Preparations continue for my solo show, Women's Work, which opens in May and the timing could not be better. Almost daily I come across references of women in leadership roles or women who are trail blazers. Women who are creative and focused. Women who persist. Truly energizing and exactly what I want to celebrate with my show.
I was intrigued to see an article in TIME Magazine entitled "The Female Gaze" which marks women's History Month. "It's never been more critical for us to have a woman's visual perspective," explains Kira Pollack, TIME'S director of photography. I could not agree more! Here's a link to the online story about female photographers.
And photographs of the female gaze will also be part of my show in the form of selfies. Here's a peek.
Karyn Healey is an oil painter observing life in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Her subjects include figurative, landscape, and still life paintings in a variety of styles. Exploring social issues through collage, acrylic and oil paint are a current focus.