Claire Ankenman's work has been featured in two solo exhibitions with Moody Gallery since 2008. Her exhibition titled Phase that was on view in 2010 consisted of mixed media works created from translucent materials, such as mylar, that explore illusion and light. Her work has been exhibited extensively in Texas and throughout the United States and is also included in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Pat McEnery uses transparent watercolor paints to create representations of objects, animals and people. During her first career as a psychotherapist, her main preoccupation was the internal world of others although she was always making things as a little girl and throughout her life. Honoring her past in the present, she likes to make pieces that incorporate her own internal world, and her interest in the effects of time on the world around her experience.
Jean Karotkin became a nationally recognized and groundbreaking working photographer after surviving her own experience with breast cancer. Connecting with others, she began using a medium-format camera to bring her unique look into life and photograph survivors around the country. Based on her affirmative vision for an about women, she published"Body and Soul: The Courage and Beauty of Breast Cancer Survivors" in 2004. Her photography was published nationally, including O Magazine and Rosie Magazine and she appeared on the NBC Today show with Anne Curry.