is a group of Sacramento women photographers who began meeting monthly in 1983 to show and critique each other’s work. Originally five in number, the group has grown to include more women who share a passion for creating photographic art.
Diversity of style is a strong connection for each of the members and fosters each individual’s artistic growth. The group’s common bond encourages the women of Ten Eyes to be varied in individual styles and approaches to photography. While some work in black and white and in color, hand coloring and alternative processes are also mediums of choice. And, all have incorporated digital processes into their workflow.
Ten Eyes on the World
is a collaborative effort to present images taken by each member of places visited and objects acquired during her travels. Subjects include those that have engaged each artist to represent places and cultures inside and outside our own borders. The images presented here illustrate the group’s individual interests and styles on a common theme.
As individuals, all of these women have shown widely in solo shows, group shows, and juried competitions, both in Northern California and nationally. All have won awards and recognition for their work.
The women of Ten Eyes exhibiting are:
|Liz Welsh Abad||Dolores Frank||Victoria Ruderman|
|Karen Connell||Francine Moskovitz||Ilse Spivek|
|Anita Frimkess Fein||Shirley Plant||Judy Yemma|
Liz Welsh Abad: Castillian Storm
Karen Connell: Tulips
Anita Frimkess Fein: Buddhist Monk
Dolores Frank: Iceland Fjord
Francine Moskovitz: Day
Shirley Plant: The Eye
Victoria Ruderman: Beached Boat
Judy Yemma: Hofburg Carriage