Press Release: SF Women Artists Gallery Launches Annual Photo and Digital Arts Exhibit in the Sunset

From SFWA:

San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA) Presents its Inaugural Annual Photography and Digital Art Exhibit.

Support Local Artists!

SFWA gallery, located in the Inner Sunset, displayed its first-ever “Photography and Digital Art Exhibit.”

Juror Diane Fenster has selected 50 outstanding works, which present an interesting and unique show. Committed to a sustained effort to foster positive social change through art, SFWA has throughout its history been at the forefront, challenging both cultural and social hierarchies to effect positive change. It is celebrating its 131st year.

“San Francisco Women Artists is an historic nonprofit arts organization,” SFWA Board President Pam Borrelli said. “It believes the creative and transformative power of artists inspires us, provides needed insight and connects the human family. SFWA hosts monthly themed juried exhibits and features hand-crafted jewelry, ceramics and sculpture.”

A presence in the San Francisco arts community for more than a century, the continuing mission of San Francisco Women Artists is to support, empower, and expand representation of women in the arts and to encourage a diversity of aspiring artists.

SFWA’s first annual Photography and Digital Art Exhibition is on display through March 4.

The SFWA Gallery is located at 647 Irving St., at Eighth Avenue.

For more information, call 415-566-8550, email or visit SFWA’s website: SFWA website and online shop

“Fairy Tale” by Chase Roberts
Chase Roberts
“Ocher” by Anas Gadish-Linares
“Blue Cap” by Jude Pittman
“Broken Heart” by Stephanie Moore
“Pincers” by Kishore
Gallery Director Janice Rumbaugh, Kelly Page and Debbi Cain
Roy Tahtinen
Board President Pam Borrelli
“Hummer Fun” by Rafael
“Oscar Jonesy” by Pam Borrelli 
“Lakeside Spring” by Stephen Kane
“Where Time Went” by Michele Sixta

Link to more artwork on display at the exhibit:

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