She Inspires Art is a project supporting two of Women for Women International’s initiatives helping women in Nigeria affected by extreme poverty and rising instability, and Syrian refugees recovering from the trauma of conflict in Iraq. The charity has worked with Artsy – the online resource for art collecting – with the Patrons for She Inspires Art commissioning new and original art works from sought-after international contemporary artists including Zaha Hadid, George Shaw, Massimo Izzo and Sevan Bıçakçı.

she inspires art

It’s an exceptional opportunity to invest in some highly collectable art from acclaimed artists, as well as raising funds for  Women for Women International’s essential work restoring the hope and future of women survivors of conflict. For more information, see Women for Women International’s website.

Zaha Hadid Courtesy of David Gill Gallery Two “Liquid Glacial” stools, 2015

Zaha Hadid: Courtesy of David Gill Gallery: Two “Liquid Glacial” stools, 2015

George Shaw Courtesy of Wilkinson Gallery The Painter on the Road in Summer

George Shaw: Courtesy of Wilkinson Gallery: The Painter on the Road in Summer

Zhu Jinshi Courtesy of Pearl Lam Galleries Everybody’s Thick Quilt, Oil on Canvas

Zhu Jinshi: Courtesy of Pearl Lam Galleries: Everybody’s Thick Quilt, Oil on Canvas

Massimo Izzo

Massimo Izzo: A unique necklace from the “Dances of Aristeas” collection using Brazilian Aquamarine and precious Coral from Sciacca 1887

Etel Adnan Courtesy of Galleria Continua Sans Titre, 2014, Oil on Canvas

Etel Adnan: Courtesy of Galleria Continua: Sans Titre, 2014, Oil on Canvas

Sevan Bıçakçı Laledevri (Tulip Period) Ring, Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Rubies and a Rock Crystal with inversely engraved tulip flower intaglios

Sevan Bıçakçı: Laledevri (Tulip Period) Ring, Gold, Silver, Diamonds, Rubies and a Rock Crystal with inversely engraved tulip flower intaglios

Jonathan Trayte

Jonathan Trayte, a recent graduate of the Royal Academy,  two of 12 food-inspired painted bronze sculptures