Women in the art world have come a long way; but unfortunately, there is still more work to do. According to Artnet, even today female artists make up just two percent of the art market. And many institutions and auction houses still mostly cater to male artists. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways to connect with talented female artists and support their work.
Fine Art America, for example, has a large roster of talented female artists who have made it easy for the public to purchase their work. This includes beautiful framed prints that are an affordable option for most buyers. Framed prints are the perfect way to bring quality art into your home without breaking the bank. Luckily, Fine Art America has a ton of customizations that mean you'll get the perfect piece of art for your home; and this makes it easier than ever to find and support incredible female creative talent.
From photographers to watercolorists, each female artist featured on the site has a strong vision and perspective that translates into an easily recognizable style. We've gathered 10 of our favorite female artists from Fine Art America and shared a few framed art prints that will help you support women in the arts while enhancing your own art collection.
Here are some incredible framed prints from 10 independent female artists.
Self-taught illustrator Soosh has an impressive following on Instagram. Her nearly 500,000 followers watch her feed closely for her touching illustrations of family life. Among her artwork available on Fine Art America are illustrations from her picture books Dad by My Side and Mermaid and Me.
Canadian graphic designer and illustrator Amy Hamilton is greatly inspired by the outdoors. She mixes digital and traditional mediums like graphite, gouache, and ink to create dreamy depictions of animals and wildlife.
Specializing in landscapes and cityscapes, photographer Nina Papiorek principally works in black and white. Her masterful use of contrast and lines shines through in the stunning compositions that are so aesthetically pleasing that they hang beautifully on the wall of any room.
Known for her portraits, Seattle-based artist Olga Shvartsur has also begun experimenting with other styles. We're particularly in love with her abstract alcohol ink paintings, with their soft and delicate layers of color.
Russian photographer and painter Anka Zhuravleva currently lives in Portugal, where she creates her surreal fantasy images. Inspired by classical art, her work tells a strong narrative.
Anna Rose Bain
Oil painter Anna Rose Bain draws on classical roots while infusing her paintings with her own experiences. She often paints women and children in moments of bonding, joy, and intimacy.
New York-based artist Beverly Brown worked for many years as a photographer before trading in her camera for paintbrushes. Passionate about watercolors, she often captures the magical buzz of New York City in her paintings.
Fine art and experimental photographer Dorit Fuhg uses her camera to capture the essence of her subjects. Each photograph is filled with moody emotion, as she explores the world around her.
Swiss artist Priska Wettstein doesn't like to define herself strictly as a photographer. Inspired by the Yukon landscape in Canada, where she now resides, she uses her photographs as a canvas and paints them in Photoshop.
Brazilian-American artist Patricia Ariel merges human figures with expressionist abstracts in the hopes of blending reality with the immaterial. Primarily focusing on the female figure, she views her work as a look at the female experience according to her own vision of femininity.