Women at Work

A Barbara Vaughn photograph over the fireplace in a Martis Camp residence. Photo via Luxe Interiors + Design.

It’s International Women’s Day! This year, we’ve scoured the market to bring you a cross-section of some of the most interesting women artists working today. From Canadian photographer Jessica Eaton to American mixed media artist Mickalene Thomas, these women represent the international vanguard of art and culture.

Our curated selection covers artists working in a variety of mediums, palettes, and styles. If anything catches your eye, don’t hesitate to reach out, and be sure to keep an eye on our Instagram page where we’ll be highlighting women artists all month!

Mickalene Thomas, Interior: Zebra With Two Chairs and Funky Fur, 2014, Multi-media collage, 44 x 53 inches, Edition of 24.
Painting by Beverly Fishman in the dining room of Ashley Stark’s Upper East Side home. Photo by Douglas Friedman via Architectural Digest.
Zipora Fried, A River South of Home, 2019, Colored pencil and archival museum board, 65 x 54 inches. 
Deborah Roberts, One History, Two Versions (Bullet Points), 2012, Screenprint on somerset, Edition of 100, 23 x 16 inches.
Tacita Dean, LA Magic Hour 14, 2021, Hand-drawn, multi-color blend lithograph, Edition of 42, 29 x 29 inches. 
Sara Genn, Moon Woke Me Up Fifteen TImes, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 67.5 x 93.5 inches.
Erin Shirreff, Maquette (Double Curve), 2022, Bronze, Edition of 5, 39 x 12 x 3 3/4 inches.
Artwork by Jamie Nares in a living room designed by Aaron Rambo. Photo via Aaron Rambo Creative. 
Geneviève Cadieux, Roses (Petite Version Palladium), 2022, Inkjet print on paper and palladium, 24 1/4 x 32 1/4 inches, Edition of 5. 


Jessica Eaton, cfaal 2233, 2019, Pigment print, 60 x 48 inches. Photo by Kevin Belanger. © Image courtesy of Mason Lane Art Advisory (@masonlane_art).
Katherine Takpannie, Autumn Peltier #6, 2020, Archival pigment ink print, 24 x 36 inches, Edition of 5 + 2AP/ 36 x 54 inches, Edition of 3 + 2AP. © Image courtesy of the artist and Olga Korper Gallery.
Photographic print by Candida Hofer in the dining room of a house in a Paris suburb. Photo by François Halard via Architectural Digest. 


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