Amy E. Fraser
View Amy E. Fraser's paintings that showcase female sexuality, reproduction, and self-worth. Under her womanist perspective, Amy E. Fraser reinterprets aspects of female embodiment to give them new, positive meaning using a unique painting technique, fluid lines, and striking color.
Antonella iurilli duhamel
Woman artist and psycologist Her work is essentially focused on the historical specificity of sexual roles in our society
Art of Max Dashu
Max Dashu is a woman artist whose paintings and drawings envision bold and spirited women from a very internationalist perspective. She brings a rich knowledge of the hidden corners of women's history to her painting. Her art has appeared in many feminist books and publications over the past 30 years. Her latest piece is a dramatic new poster, Our Reproductive Rights!
Art on the Net
At this site, artists such as Patty Miller and Leslie Diller Zollo join together to share samples of their poetry, music, paintings, sculptures, digital art, performance art, and animation. Includes information about how artists can submit their work.
Check out this amazing pro-woman sculpture by female artist Emily Duffy. The history on the project is amazing. You can donate your bra to the sculpture or purchase postcards featuring a photograph of the huge braball (1/3 of the proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation).
Broken Tampon Memorial Fountain
In memory of victims of toxic shock, past , present and future.
Incorporating the familar shapes of tampon, string, pad and wings; the latter inscribed with the “darling daughters” of menstrual product advertising: protection and confidence.
MOLT believes the tampon industry, and especially Proctor & Gamble, should provide the “no strings attached” funding for the memorial and museum
in the amount of three million dollars,
in an act of corporate atonement for the marketplace violence it perpetuated 25 years ago, and to some degree, still does today.
D. McCarthy Mixed Media
Mixed Media Artwork and Writing from a Feminist Perspective.
Donna Burton Fine Arts
This artist is the creator of the "Courageous Woman" series, paintings, prints and cards of women in yoga postures done in vibrant colors.
Feminist Artist Resources
A list of Feminist Artists and Quotes about art.
Feminist Paintings and Prints
Painter and printmaker Nicole Maynard creates images encompassing the themes of sexual politics and domesticity. She exhibits her work at the Bowery Gallery in NYC.
The Guerilla Girls, a "group of women artists and arts professionals who make posters about discrimination," have included an email address for users who "have stories to tell about discrimination, [or] ideas for actions and online protests."
Hymn to Her
feminist collage series -- bible heroes as women using Christian art and photos of classic actresses
Thisfeminist artist exhibited her intricate and interesting Black and White Woodcut Prints atfeminist EXPO 2000. Her work includes "Feminist Landscapes" and "Famous Women in History" themes.
The home page of thisfeminist artist contains samples of her work, such as her "Power of Women" series, and accompanying poetry.
Jewish Women and The Feminist Revolution
An online exhibit focusing on the role of Jewish women in forming the feminist movement and transforming Judaism. From the Jewish Women's Archive.
View some joy-filled affirmation cards, send an e-card, or read an article on loving yourself. Find comfort, encouragement, and inspiration at this site. Download a free screensaver. Drawn by a feminist lesbian survivor of abuse, these cards are whimsical, joy-filled celebrations of girls and women.
Maria Sochaniewicz - Fine Artist
Paintings, drawings and illustrations by Maria Sochaniewicz.
Mixed media on canvas, acrylic and oil paintings on paper and canvas, works on paper. Graphic design.
Mary Baker Art
An contemporary realist painter whose studio is in Newburyport, Massachusetts. The artist is known for her crisp realistic paintings. Commentary on the creative process, creative journey and creative space--the illuminating silence.
Mary Baker Art
A contemporary realist painter. The artist is known for her crisp realistic style. Commentary on her creative process, creative journey and creative space.
Merrifield Studio Women's History Posters
Website features full-color portraits of historical women whose faces and lives have been obscured or neglected. The artist strives to reinforce the visual impact of women's history.
n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal
The only international feminist art journal in the world which concentrates on women writing about the work of contemporary women (visual) artists.
The journal is published in two editions, one online, another in print.
It is a not-for-profit, academic journal.
slice of being
interlaced lines and harmony in colors yield fantastic soft images in a slice of being
The Art of Roberta Westerberg
Transgender woman artist displaying abstract routings, engravings, paintings, drawings, and metal work. She will also be publishing an ongoing journal dealing with art, creativity, and related issues.
The DeWalt Fine Art Gallery
As this visionary artist uses creative mediums to explore lesbianism, her own bisexuality and the emotional residues of surviving incest and rape. Jaeda seamlessly weaves poetry and images into a collection of works which are stunning and contrasting revelations of beauty, anguish and serenity. The DeWalt Fine Art Gallery also includes links to resources for survivors of incest, rape and sexual abuse.
The National Association of Women Artists
Winners of the prize for the Expo 2000 exhibit booth that best expressed afeminist vision of the future, the National Association of Women Artists encourages the progress of professional women artists and educates the public about the role women have played in American art. Their site has information on the Association and its members, as well as displays of the art of the winners of their annual exhibition.
The National Museum for Women in the Arts
This private non-profit museum claims to house "the single most important collection of art by women in the world." Established in 1981 to enhance the awareness of women's creativity in all aspects of the arts, the museum is located two blocks from the White House in Washington, DC. The site contains a calendar of events and exhibits, frequently asked questions, library and research information, tips for trip-planning and more.
a historical/environmentalist e-novel for free down load. a protest struggle led by a woman around the 10th century, against the construction of a dam.
VAG (Visual Arts Girls)
Formed in May 2004, VAG (Visual Arts Girls) provides support and community for queer women artists in the Washington, DC area.
Since Sept. 2000, Alexandra Jacoby has been capturing a glimpse of women's most private selves: She's been working on vagina vérité, a book of vagina portraits - an unabashed exploration of the plain, ordinary, mysterious matter of our vaginas. vagina vérité celebrates individuality and the beauty of all women.
vaginaverite.com, the companion web site, is a forum for conversation on vagina-related subjects. It is a repository for personal stories. Its mission is to provide a comfortable environment for women to relate their experiences, propose questions to explore, and learn about services and sources of information. Its purpose is to engender respect and appreciation for our bodies by providing access to each other's experiences.
This website from Soraida Martinez, a New York-born artist of Puerto Rican heritage, features the artist's Verdadism abstract paintings, which are juxtaposed with social commentaries against racism and sexism, in order to promote tolerance and a deeper understanding of the human soul.
Woman Sculpture is a ceramic studio devoted to an artistic vision of women and men in an egalitarian world
Because much of women’s history has been absorbed in to a patriarchical framework, I create feminist sculptures that reclaim and revision women’s symbols, history, and mythology. My work is utopian, and imagines a world where women and men validate each other.
Women Artists Archive
Located at Sonoma State University in California, the online version of the archive lists women artists from the Middle Ages to the present day, displays some of their work, and describes the archive's mission.
Women Artists Links
This section from Sojourner, the Boston-based women's journal, features a small number of interesting links.
This site is devoted to young women in high school and college who are interested in music and art, whether it be choral or instrumental, pottery or drawing, and who also like math,science, and computers.