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Emerging Women Artists Whose Work You Can Actually Collect

Now that we've entered March, it's officially Women's History Month, an annual celebration of women's achievements around the world throughout history. This Women's History Month is especially significant, as 2020 marks 100 years since women in the United States first earned the right to vote—and, if you haven't noticed, it's currently an election year. To help celebrate, one company is making it easier than ever to support the next wave of female artists. On Sunday, Saatchi Art launched its 100 Voices 100 Artists program, a catalog spotlighting 100 female artists hailing from everywhere from Austin to Abu Dhabi. The best part? All of these artists are working today—meaning you can directly support them by collecting their work, much of which is fairly affordable.

"Like the vote, art is a powerful means of expressing one’s voice and vision. In recognition of this landmark centennial, and in the spirit of correcting the gender imbalance in the arts, Saatchi Art is celebrating 100 of our most talented women artists," explains the company's chief curator, Rebecca Wilson. By spotlighting these artists, Wilson hopes new and longtime collectors find emerging talent to support—ensuring a more gender-balanced art world in the future. House Beautiful selected 10 of our favorites to help you get started.

Emerging Women Artists Whose Work You Can Actually Collect

In honor of Women's History Month, support some female artists—whose work is available online.

From House Beautiful