The Rhonda Schaller Studio is pleased to curate an exhibition Access: A Feminist Perspective and publish a color catalogue & artist journal – opening January 18 thru February 10 2007.

This exhibition explores feminist critique, beginning with work by artists inspired by women or feminist analysis as pertains to the word "access" and extending to its impact on subject matter as in the use of body parts and image; territory, place and space; and identity/spiritual re-gendering.

Our purpose is to bring another voice to the public’s cultural record of art made by or inspired by women past, present and future. The exhibiting artists work in a variety of media from oil to video to digital , reside in the U.S., and define their work and/or ideology as currently feminist or based on feminist principles or having grown from the influence of our foremothers in art history.