For articles, see f2 eZine Archive #13 - January 2003- March 2003

Archive 13 - January - March 2003
Exhibition Highlights Also See Featured Galleries

  photo l.a. 2003 . WIPI Photographs  

AUCTION NOW CLOSED as of 10AM, Sunday Jan. 19th

Women In Photography International promotes the visibility of women working in the photographic arts

The photographs on the following pages will be available to collectors
12th Annual photo l.a. 2003, Jan. 16 - Jan. 19 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
WIPI Booth #42


Cat Jimenez, WIPI booth #42, photo l.a. 2003

Joan Almond, book signing below left

Also see Peter Palmquist Historical





WIPI Artist photographs and biographical clips.

Listed below are Women In Photography International member images exhibited, photo l.a. 2003

Images 1 - 10

Joan Almond, Jane Fulton Alt, Winter Bell, Candace Biggerstaff, Liza Botkin Michele Dugan, Jean Ferro, Stephanie Flack

Images 11-20

Lauren Gabriele, Shelly Gazin, Carol S. Gee, Wilda Gerideau-Squires, Cat Jimenez, Kenna Love, Freyda Miller, Orah Moore, Elizabeth Opalenik, Elizabeth Rassiga

Images 21-30

Marcia Reifman, Juanita Richeson, Susan Scafati, Tracy Jean Shields, Elizabeth Siegfried, Eva Skold Westerlind, Jill Specht, Carrie Villines, Joanne Warfield, Judith Diana Winston

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WIPI Press, photo l.a. 2003

WIPI Exhibits - revisit photo l.a. 2002

Stephen Cohen Gallery - photo l.a. 2003


Exhibition Highlights - upcoming in 2003

Joan Almond

Joan Almond is a Professional Photographer member of Women In Photography International, Her work is featured this month in a solo show

January 23 - February 28, 2003

June Bateman Gallery
560 Broadway, Suite 309,
New York, NY 10012 . Tues-Sat.  11am-6pm

Proceeds of her prints will be donated to "Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children." For more information see or

Photographs in the WIPI F2-eZine #13, Jan Quarterly 03 article are from, Joan Almond: The Past in the Present, and are available in limited edition of 65 copies (including five artist proofs) with a folio containing two platinum prints, Casbah Street and Granddaughter with Tobacco Leaves, each hand coated, printed and signed by Joan Almond. For more information, please contact St. Ann's Press, or visit

Dar Spain - Handcolored Photographs

Dar Spain's large format studio compositions of wood, stone and botanical elements evolve into contemplative photographic images evocative of the mysteries and rhythms of the natural world. Her technique of coloring gelatin silver prints with photo oil colors and oil paint, ranges from luminous, vivid layers of hue to opaque neutral color fields. The photographs in the exhibit are selected from the Primary Content a series begun in 2001 and recent works from the Botanica series.

March 13 - April 6, 2003

Patricia Rovzar Gallery
118 Central Way Kirkland, WA 98033 (425) 889-4627 (800) 889-4278
Gallery hours: Mon-thurs, Sat. 10:30 AM - 6:00 PM Friday 10:30 AM - 9:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

 Serene, restrained images bearing a sometimes Eastern sensibility have evolved from almost thirty years of artistry. Working with a wide variety of cameras and processes, both antique and comtemporary, Dar Spain imbues ordinary objects with suggestion of the silence of meditation or the enigma of ritual. Hand painted.

For articles, see
f2 eZine Archive #13 - January 2003- March 2003