Raven, Arlene
March 1988
Women Artists News;Spring88, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p7
The article analyzes the future of the women artists in the society. It states that there is a possibility for the future environment for women's work to be obscured and the future of the women's art can be reshaped by the rise and fall of the stock market. The author explains that women's act of power in behalf of herself and her art could be a step into the future that can change resignation into aspiration.


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