Olive Free Library’s Exhibitions

Beneath the Surface by the Women Photographers Collective of the Hudson Valley
The Olive Free Library Association is very pleased to present the exhibition Beneath the Surface featuring the works of the members of The Women Photographers Collective of the Hudson Valley. The show will run from May 13 through July 8 with a reception on Saturday, May 20 from 3 – 5 pm. The Women Photographers Collective of the Hudson Valley was formed in 2020 as a way for Hudson Valley women photographers to network and support each other in their creative work, especially in the face of the isolation and disconnectedness of the pandemic. Beneath the Surface, a juried selection of work at the Olive Free Library, is their third public exhibition. Photographs were selected by a curatorial group from among those submitted by thirteen members of the collective: Gail Albert, Ana Bergen, Shari Diamond, Jill Enfield, Lori Grinker, Maria Fernanda Hubeaut, Kay Kenny, Dorothea Marcus, Meryl Meisler, Charley Mitcherson, Susan Phillips, Carla Shapiro, and Ruth Wetzel. Joan Barker, a new member of the collective, assisted with the selection and installation of the show.
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