17 (Totally Incredible) Female Artists You Should be Following Right Now

16 Incredible Female artists You Should Be Following #femaleartist #artist #artwork

When it comes to women in the art world, there is aveo much talent out there it hurts. And with today being International Women’s Day, I’m celebrating with a list of 17 amazingly talented female artists, that I’ve had my eye on lately.

The former artist/art teacher in me swoons over the work that so many of these female artists are producing right now. And the future art collector in me hopes to own pieces from all of them someday. So, in no particular order, here are 17 incredible female artists, from around the globe, you should be following…

The work of Melbourne artist, Bobby Clark. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

1. The balanced, geometric compositions of artist Bobby Clark satisfy all my minimalist dreams. Her use of white space paired with rich yet muted tones makes her an obvious favorite and, in my opinion, an obvious pick for a variety of design styles. Also, can we just talk about her incredible studio space? Follow Bobby Clark on Instagram.

Jesse Chamberlin Marble. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #coolphoto

2. My love of art goes well beyond paint and paper. Photographer Jesse Chamberlin Marble has a unique way of capturing and composing colorful imagery with incredible spacial awareness and quirk. If I’m looking for inspiration before a shoot, she’s definitely a go-to. Follow Jesse Chamberlin Marble on Instagram.

How unique is the work of artist Tammy Kanat? So incredible. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart #fiberart

3. I am dying to own a piece by Australian fiber artist, Tammy Kanat. Aside from just being all around talented (she started as a jewelry designer), Tammy creates every piece entirely by hand with extreme attention to movement, texture, and color, which I can always appreciate. Follow Tammy Kanat on Instagram.

Beautiful work by Jen Garrido (who you may know under her alter ego Jenny Pennywood). Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

4. Textile lovers may know artist Jen Garrido by her alter ego Jenny Pennywood, a small batch textile brand making amazing napkins, pillows, tea towels, and more. Follow Jen Garrido on Instagram.

Drawn into the work of Austin-based artist, Claire Oswalt right now. #artwork #art #femaleartist #abstract

5. I immediately feel drawn into the work of Austin-based artist, Claire Oswalt. It’s simultaneously calming and captivating, and her mixed media process makes me want to reach out and touch each piece. Don’t worry, I won’t press my greasy little paws to it, but I want to! Follow Claire Oswalt on Instagram.

Jessalyn Brooks. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

6. Jessalyn Brooks’ work epitomizes the celebration of females, so of course she made the list! Her take on the human form has a tasteful, modern cubism vibe, which I love. Follow Jessalyn Brooks on Instagram.

Long time fan of Kirra Jamison. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

7. Long time fan of Kirra Jamison over here. All the colors, and all the love for this lady artist. Her work is an instant mood booster in any space. Follow Kirra Jamison on Instagram.

The collaborative work of sister artists that together make up NG Collective. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

8. Sister artists Laura Naples and Kristin Giorgi create NGCollective Studio. They layer in a variety of colors and forms to create soothing, neutral feminine pieces. Follow NGCollective Studio on Instagram.

Textile artist and fashion designer, Laurence Leenaert. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart #faces

9. Textile artist and fashion designer, Laurence Leenaert of LRNCE, is based in Marrakech and her unique style speaks for itself. As someone who is currently obsessed with Laurence’s work (just bought this pillow set from her shop actually), she is at the top of my list for female artists to know, if you don’t know her already. Follow Laurence Leenaert on Instagram.

Heather Day! Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

10. If you’ve ever seen Heather Day’s process, you’ll understand why she is a favorite. Heather converts landscapes and scenes from her travels into organic color-blocked creations. The final product is super unique, and probably why she has been gaining such popularity these days in the world of interiors. Follow Heather Day on Instagram.

Samantha Totty! Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

11. If you’re into cooler tones, you’ll definitely be into Samantha Totty. She creates simple but statement-worthy collages with all the right pops of cobalt blue. Follow Samantha Totty on Instagram.

Soaking up these neutrals from painter Hannah Fox. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

12. Give me all the natural tones of Aussie Hannah Fox’s work, please. I love her interpretations of nature, use of texture, and overall essence. Also, I think it’s time to move to Australia so I can be surrounded by beautiful work like this all the time…Follow Hannah Fox on Instagram.

Kristin Texeira! Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

13. As someone who spends a lot of time thinking about the way colors work together, I’m a big fan of the paintings of Kristin Texeira. Her color palettes really grab me.  Follow Kristin Texeira on Instagram.

This isn't a photo! Look closely. Artwork by Anna Roberts. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

14. Don’t let Anna Roberts’ work fool you upon first glance. She’s not a photographer, she’s actually a creative with a knack for turning colorful still lifes and street scenes into realistic yet whimsical pastels. In a world bursting with abstract art, I find her portfolio to be a breath of fresh air. Follow Anna Roberts on Instagram.

The work of Cheryl Louise Humphreys. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

15. Obviously, I love paper projects over here, and Cheryl Louise Humphreys takes her love of paper to a whole new level. Her embossing technique is mind blowing (which you can also spot on Tappan Collective). Follow Cheryl Louise Humphreys on Instagram.

Artist Raven Roxanne. Click through for all 17 female artists you should be following right now. #artwork #femaleartist

16. Loving the paintings and mixed media work of Charleston artist, Raven RoxanneFollow Raven Roxanne on Instagram.

Photo series by Victoria Zschommler. Click through for more incredible female artists you should be following right now. #artist #femaleartist #artwork #abstractart

17. Photographer Victoria Zschommler nails it when it comes to creamy tones, surprising color combos, and still life compositions. Not to mention, her instagram feed kindly reminds me that I should consider trading my yoga pants in for something a little more out there. Follow Victoria Zschommler on Instagram.

So now that I’ve shared my must-follow female artists, I’d love to know what females you’re following right now that you find inspiring. Let me know who your fave artists are in the comments below!

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9 comments | Click here to reply

Kirra’s work is really pretty. There is a couple other good ones too. I’ll have to check out these ladies.
http://sugarcoatedbears.blogspot.com/

Courtney | March 8th, 2018 at 10:16 am

I love Kirra’s work too, Courtney.

Brittni | March 8th, 2018 at 10:45 am

The Danish artist Helle Mardahl.
http://www.hellemardahl.com

Pernille Rasmussen | March 8th, 2018 at 11:00 am

Oh! Very unique pieces, Pernille. Thanks for introducing me to Helle’s work.

Brittni | March 8th, 2018 at 11:25 am

Amazing women
https://thepinkpineappleblog.blogspot.com/2018/03/PFWSS18day2.html
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The pink pineapple | March 8th, 2018 at 11:29 am

Glad to hear you like the list, Pink Pineapple.

Brittni | March 8th, 2018 at 4:36 pm

Fantastic post! I Love discovering new artists. You should write more artist posts in the future xx

-Jacqueline
Jackieomy.com

Jacqueline | March 10th, 2018 at 4:45 pm

Thanks Jacqueline! I’d be happy to write more posts like this in the future, if everyone is interested. 🙂

Brittni | March 11th, 2018 at 12:47 pm

Jessie Smith Larson is a Chicago based artist. She has beautiful mixed media works and also encaustic paintings. Check her out. https://www.jessiesmithlarson.com/

Susie | September 1st, 2018 at 7:15 am
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