Photo courtesy of Hot Chicks

The Grackle Art Gallery in Fort Worth is doing Spring Gal Night right with an all-women photography show, celebrating 11 talented Texas women photographers.

The show explores the stereotype, the science, and the psychology of how women photographers differ from their male counterparts. The women in this exhibit all take very different types of photographs. They weren’t chosen based on their subject matter, their age, or even their years of experience. They were chosen because their photos grabbed our attention. Their photos engaged us, made us want to know more.

In talking to the women, they all had a story that was influencing their work. Stay-at-home-mother. Working two jobs. Divorced. Single parent. Laid off. College student. Starving artist. Retired. Teacher. Nurse. No one had the same story, or the same photos. Or even the same reason for taking their photos.

The Grackle Art Gallery in Fort Worth is doing Spring Gal Night right with an all-women photography show, celebrating 11 talented Texas women photographers.

The show explores the stereotype, the science, and the psychology of how women photographers differ from their male counterparts. The women in this exhibit all take very different types of photographs. They weren’t chosen based on their subject matter, their age, or even their years of experience. They were chosen because their photos grabbed our attention. Their photos engaged us, made us want to know more.

In talking to the women, they all had a story that was influencing their work. Stay-at-home-mother. Working two jobs. Divorced. Single parent. Laid off. College student. Starving artist. Retired. Teacher. Nurse. No one had the same story, or the same photos. Or even the same reason for taking their photos.

The Grackle Art Gallery in Fort Worth is doing Spring Gal Night right with an all-women photography show, celebrating 11 talented Texas women photographers.

The show explores the stereotype, the science, and the psychology of how women photographers differ from their male counterparts. The women in this exhibit all take very different types of photographs. They weren’t chosen based on their subject matter, their age, or even their years of experience. They were chosen because their photos grabbed our attention. Their photos engaged us, made us want to know more.

In talking to the women, they all had a story that was influencing their work. Stay-at-home-mother. Working two jobs. Divorced. Single parent. Laid off. College student. Starving artist. Retired. Teacher. Nurse. No one had the same story, or the same photos. Or even the same reason for taking their photos.

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WHERE

Grackle Art Gallery
4621 El Campo Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.grackleartgallery.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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