All-Female Photographic Exhibit to Open in Art Salon March

Hosted by Ebell Art Committee

February 8, 2023

To celebrate Women’s History Month in March, The Ebell is proud to present an all-female Fine Art Photography exhibit: The Power of the Female Lens, featuring Janna Ireland, Johanna Siegmann, and Jane Szabo.

Opening Reception Wednesday, March 22 5.00-8.00 pm
Exhibit ends Sunday, April 23
Viewing by appointment after March 22

Los Angeles-based conceptual artist Jane Szabo‘s work has been featured in solo shows at Danforth Art Museum, The Griffin Museum of Photography, Foto Relevance Gallery, John Wayne Orange County Airport, Museum of Art & History in Lancaster, CA, Foto Museum Casa Coyoacán in Mexico City, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Yuma Fine Art Center, and Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. Szabo’s art is included in the permanent collections of Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Art & History, Arte al Limite Santiago, Chile, and in private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. She holds an MFA from Art Center College of Design.

Jane Szabo: Silver Cloud

Jane Szabo: Still Standing






Janna Ireland was born in Philadelphia in 1985 and now resides in Los Angeles. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Occidental College. Her photographic work is primarily concerned with the themes of family, home, and the expression of Black identity in American culture. She has had solo exhibitions at Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, Schneider Gallery, Chicago, and WUHO Gallery, Los Angeles.

Janna Ireland: Objects for Women

Janna Ireland: The Spotless Mirror







Johanna’s interest in photography began in 2008, in the aftermath of a bout with breast cancer. As part of her journey she joined DPChallenge, which served as her “education”. It was the creation of an image for one of the site’s challenges which prompted her into a career in photography. In the first few years, she had four solo shows and seven group shows; was selected as the artist in residence by the National Park Service for a project in the Mojave National Preserve; was both a finalist and received honorable mentions from over 18,000 entries two years running for the Urban Photographer of the Year photo contest. Her images have been featured in numerous magazines and publications, including the Royal Photographic Society Journal, Los Angeles Times, and Vogue Magazine.

Johanna Siegmann: Bunker

Johanna Siegmann: Dog Fairy