Women In Focus St. Louis

Interview on City Corner about Women In Focus!



Exciting news!

Effective September 1st, Caren Libby will be taking over as Presidnet of Women In Focus STL.






 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heard around town:



"Women in Focus was such a great group to work with at Third Degree Glass Factory. It's not hard to tell these ladies are all very passionate about their art, and you could definitely see it in the variety of beautiful artwork they presented for their show in our gallery." 
-Nick Dunne, Communications Director Third Degree Glass Factory



"What a pleasure it was to work with Women In Focus! Tiffany Weigel approached us about a show and the whole thing came together, in a very short span of time, with little or no fuss for us. The women of WIF delivered as promised, attracted lots of people to the opening reception and then came to pick up their art in a very timely fashion. WIF is a very organized, professional group of talented women -- not to mention that their photography was very interesting and well done." 
-Lynn Bozzay-Owner Grafica Fine Arts & Custom Framing.



"On June 28th, 2015, The Art Gallery Within Webster Groves Christian Church hosted the opening of the photographs of members of Women In Focus St. Louis titled “Stillness & Light”. This is a passionate, talented group of women photographers which was founded by their President Tiffany Weigel. It was a pleasure working with Tiffany and the Members of Women in Focus. Members of our congregation enjoyed viewing the photographs of this group of talented photographers."
-John Dyess ,
Curator of the Art Gallery within Webster Groves Christian Church. 


"Women in Focus is an eclectic group of passionate photographic artists with the unity of desire for self expression. Each new exhibition represents the multiple directions of the artists. Techniques range from monochromatic to color; and from limited post-production modifications to sophisticated Photoshop manipulations. Some of the artists are new to photography, while others have progressed to running their own studios. All the images are refreshing perspectives on how modern photography may be used to articulate individual voices."

-John Nagel, former executive director at the International Photography Hall of Fame Musuem and teacher at Meremac.