The Femme Fatales of the North are abstract painters Rebecca Klementovich, Kristen Pobatschnig, and Victoria Sager, all of who partner abstract art with their own unique understanding of the local New England landscape. The New Hampshire artists enjoy showing their work in non-traditional ways. By hosting shows outdoors in unique settings, they bring the viewer outside of traditional gallery space to see the art in the natural habitat, amongst the trees, grass, and snow. By pairing contemporary art with the outdoors, they offer a gallery experience to be enjoyed by art goers and non-art goers alike, and invite their viewers to see art as an everyday luxury, part of the natural world, as opposed to a niche pleasure only for those who can afford it. They are known for promoting the presence of women in the arts with their photographic endeavors.
The Femme Fatales started collaborating with photographers (Orion Kugel, Violet Webster, Joe Klementovich to name a few) to combine their paintings with photography. The results offer a glimpse of the artist behind the canvas, and become art in and of themselves, creating photographs that are at times as abstract as the paintings themselves.