First and foremost, Happy International Women’s Day to all amazing women throughout the world, especially those in the NFT world.
“I’m both surprised and ecstatic to learn that I’m the #18 all-time best-selling artist on SuperRare, and I believe the highest-selling woman?” In a tweet, Simard said. Her achievement was lauded by the crypto community, who said it was well-deserved. We agree with you. Her photos are very gorgeous.
Aside from Simard, there are other female NFT artists, such as Yam Karkai, who created the NFT Collection Women by Yam, who are having an impact. There is, however, still a need for more. According to a November poll, women account for just 16 percent of the NFT art market. The industry should be more open and diverse because we know there are still many clever and strong women who deserve recognition and attention.
Simard is a Canadian-born photographer, digital artist, and educator. “Carefully mixing reality with her art,” she states on her website.
With her immense affection for the outdoors and wildness, she captures the world. After that, she shows her audience iconic composite graphics that leave them panting for breath.
Her work has appeared in periodicals such as Sony Alpha Universe, DP Review, Art of Visuals, Open Skies Magazine, and Patagon Journal, and you may have seen some of it on social media.
Cath also hosts multi-day lectures and trips to various destinations, all while sharing her work with her audience. She aspires to inspire others to go outside of their comfort zones and explore a world full of endless possibilities.