Atomic Moms with Ellie Knaus x artist Madeline Donahue
Madeline’s artwork considers the overwhelming absurdity and intimacy of the mother and child relationship. And Ellie’s Atomic Moms podcast explores the growing pains and personal growth sparked by the parenting journey with best-selling authors, world class experts, and tell-all friends. We hope our exclusive collaboration reminds you of motherhood itself: honest, comforting, sometimes absurd, and soft to the touch.
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About Ellie Knaus
Since 2014, Ellie Knaus has produced Atomic Moms, a modern parenting podcast and community of mamas who celebrate and commiserate the joys and complexities of caring for our children and ourselves.In 2018, she sold a multi-camera sitcom to ABC inspired by her podcast and family. For all the podcast goings on, click here. And join us on instagram @atomicmoms
About Madeline Donahue
Madeline Donahue is a painter and sculptor working in Brooklyn. She has exhibited with a variety of galleries including, The Hole, 601Artspace and Field Projects, in Manhattan; Underdonk, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, amd Spaceworks, in Brooklyn. She exhibited paintings in the recent show Making (It) Work and at Oliver Art Center at California College of the Arts in Oakland, CA- “a group exhibition of artworks made by artists during their first few years of parenthood.” She will be included in an upcoming exhibition at Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects and at the Every Woman Biennial (formerly the Whitney Houston Biennial), both in Manhattan. Madeline was an artist-in-residence at Byrdcliffe Artist Colony in Woodstock, NY and will be a May resident at The Wassaic Project in Wassaic, NY. You can read about her work at Elephant Magazine online and see her work in print in the current issue, #15, of Ginger Zine. http://www.madelinedonahue.com @madelinedonahue