Point of View
photo-based art and books

by the
Women Photographers Collective

of the Hudson Valley

October 8 to November 13, 2022
Reception: Sat.,October 8, 5:30-8pm
also 2nd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawl

See images, artist statements and bios for
all exhibiting artists

Books by seven Collective artists

In Point of View, the Collective’s second exhibition, Davis Orton Gallery has invited each artist to present work from her own point of view. In this way, the exhibition represents personal choice and includes old and new images using a variety of processes.   

The artists of the collective are a diverse group who range from street photographers to alternative process practitioners to abstract imagemakers. They include professors, journalists, curators, published authors and fine arts exhibitors all enjoying the camaraderie and professional support the Collective provides. Artist-Writer-Teacher Kay Kenny whose studio is in Saugerties NY initiated the group and is its primary facilitator.

The growing  Collective, now twenty, was formed in early 2020 as a way for Hudson Valley women photographers to network and support each other in their creative work, especially to counteract the isolation and disconnectedness of the pandemic.

Gail Albert • Ana Bergen • Patt Blue • Karen Davis
Shari Diamond • Jill Enfield • Lori Grinker
Maria Fernanda Hubeaut • Kay Kenny • Lois Linet
Dorothea Marcus • Anne Arden McDonald • Meryl Meisler
Charley Mitcherson • Jan Nagle • Susan Phillips
Carla Shapiro • Ruth Wetzel