Art against misogyny

   "Bees with Honey'' (fiber), by Kimberly Becker,  in the group show "A Woman's Place,'' at the Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, Mass., through March 10.     Kimberly Becker , a painter and embroider who is also the curator o f  "A Woman's Place."     Becker explains  on her Web site,  kimberlybecker.com ; "My work speaks to current political and social issues that I believe need a loud voice. Women must tell their stories, and insist that the misogyny stop."    

"Bees with Honey'' (fiber), by Kimberly Becker,  in the group show "A Woman's Place,'' at the Belmont Gallery of Art, Belmont, Mass., through March 10. Kimberly Becker, a painter and embroider who is also the curator of "A Woman's Place."  Becker explains on her Web site, kimberlybecker.com; "My work speaks to current political and social issues that I believe need a loud voice. Women must tell their stories, and insist that the misogyny stop."