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The Ladies Network Launches Online Sales Platform For Kickass Female Artists

Now you can support local ladies and their art wherever and whenever you like.
By Jasmine Crittenden
March 24, 2016
By Jasmine Crittenden
March 24, 2016

The Ladies Network, a Sydney-based collective for female creatives, has been celebrating and promoting artists, musicians, designers and all-round girl bosses since 2015. Last week, the group launched its latest initiative: an online gallery, where you can buy artworks direct.

This move is a logical extension of the Network's bricks-and-mortar exhibition programme. Every two months, the agency gives more than thirty female artists an opportunity to show their latest works in a group exhibition titled The Ladies. Now you can lay your cash down whenever and wherever you fancy, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All you got to do is jump on the Net with your credit card in hand.

Head there right now and you'll find a stunning abstract series by Carla Uriarte, impressions of the Nevada Desert by Claire Nakazawa, fearless portraits by Jessica Cochrane, organic clay formations by Holly MacDonald and much, much more. You can browse freely or search according to medium.

To keep up to date with The Ladies Network's developments, give their Facebook page a visit. The timeline is busy with interviews and features about female creatives from all over the world, including comedians, musicians and artists. Plus, they've got one hectic event calendar, covering exhibitions, panel discussions, gigs and drinks afternoons.

Published on March 24, 2016 by Jasmine Crittenden

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