Louise Fishman's wall of funny, ferocious drawings, each asserting feminist outrage ("Angry Yvonne," "Angry Jane," "Angry Jenny") reinforces the notion that we're all in this together. Think of what a departure that is. For the better part of their millennia-long history, artists have traded on their shamanic ability to strike fear and inspire awe, be it with elaborate guardian figures, loaded brushwork or overbearing intellection. The feminist revolution broke that chain with a body of work that sought not to overpower, but to embrace. Forty year gone, yet still sinking in.
— From WACK! : Art and the Feminist Revolution by Thomas Micchelli, The Brooklyn Rail.