Art on View: The Nature of Things

Siblings. Photo © Becky McKenzie

Siblings. Photo © Becky McKenzie

The PhotoMidwest Women’s Group shares their visions of nature in the Steinhauer Trust Gallery during November and December.

From the artists’ statement: “People seem to have a timeless affinity for nature photography. This relationship provides the unifying theme for this exhibit. PhotoMidwest, a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization founded in 1998, formed a women’s special interest group four years ago to support and develop the talents of women in photography. This exhibit highlights the distinctive vision of women in photography and their rapport with the environment. Women through history have influenced and played a significant but often hidden role in photography, which has traditionally been considered a male-dominated profession.

Black-eyed Dew (Photo © Marcia Getto)
Black-eyed Dew (Photo © Marcia Getto)

This exhibit honors the impact that women have had on photography by showing the unique styles and voices of a group of contemporary Madison area women. The exhibit consists of photos from Wisconsin across the spectrum of nature, such as landscape, flora and fauna, or wildlife.”

Exhibitors: Denise Isnor, Marcia L. Getto, Sylvia Poppelbaum, Jennifer Bucheit, Amy Stocklein, Mary Gordon, Carolyn S. Knorr, Ann Wenzel, Kay Gundlach, Lisa Seidman, Diane Kravetz, H. Jean Azemove, Margaret Peterson, Peggy Wireman, Ann Thering, Jennifer Angelo, Annette Knapstein, Diane Hammer, and Becky McKenzie.

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