Throughout history, women have been involved in making art, however, because of gender roles and biases in historical times, most of the art forms they dominated were dismissed as "crafts" as opposed to fine art. It has only been in recent years that women in art have been gaining proper recognition and can get the training they need to travel and trade their work. Their recognition can be credited to the 'Feminist art movement' that began in the late 1960s and 1970s and helped by addressing the role of women in the art world and exploring their significance in art history. The purpose of this exhibit is to continue to explore, study, and appreciate the works of these female artists in history at a time when they struggled to produce their own art and be recognized. Women who practiced art began to blossom in Europe, especially during the Renaissance, which is where this exhibit begins and will span through to modern day where their important journey that brought them to this point in time can be understood.