Emma Amos Was born in 1937 and grew up in Atlanta Georgia. Her parents owned a drugstore. She attended a segregated public school in Atlanta. She started painting and drawing at the age of six. At the age of sixteen she attended a five year program at Antioch University in Yellow Spring, Ohio.She spend her fourth year abroad at the London Central School of the Arts. When receiving a BA from Antioch she returned to the Central school to earn a diploma in etching in 1959. Her first solo exhibition was in Atlanta gallery in 1960. she now creates work on her studio in New York City. Emma Amos usually paints in lines of feminism. The picture that Emma Amos painting shows to different genders and skin color loving each other. A women looking upon them in disgust. The colors are popping to the eye. she use many contrast color in the window. Blue and Orange. The texture of the black women in her hair and the other black women in the window with straight hair to show she does what society tells is right. The pillows have design to show what was in style at that time. It was painted in 1973. The shape of the painting is rectangle but the shapes in the painting of the window is different a circle.