“To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.” ― Georgia O’Keeffe

In celebration of Women’s History Month, this week, explore the artists who, drawing from their own unique outlook on the world, have used their work to convey the gamut of universal truths, emotions, and experiences.

“The inconvenient spectacle of Frida Kahlo”

“Kara Walker’s Next Act”

“The Art of Louise Bourgeois” (read about Louise Bourgeois on the Journal)

“A Fresh Look at Diane Arbus”

Abstract Expressionist, Joan Mitchell

“The Praise and Prejudices Vigée Le Brun Faced in Her Exceptional 18th-Century Career”

“Uniting politically divided quilters, stitch by stitch” Inspired to create your own quilt? (Find inspiration on the Journal here , here, and hereor design your own throw through our Custom DIY Kit)

“What the world misunderstands about artist Agnes Martin and how her biographer unearthed her story”

In Alabama: “Fabric of Their Lives:” the quilters of Gee’s Bend

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