Female Intuition 

Photography by Tricia Koning

Acrylic Paintings by Amy O. Woodbury


On display at:

Apollo Theatre

2540 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL

Free Opening Reception: 

Friday, September 6, 2002 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

There is no charge for viewing the artwork.

Regular viewing hours:

 Tues - Sat (10 am - showtime) 

Sun (12 pm - showtime) 

through October 6, 2002.

This art exhibition is in complement to The Vagina Monologues.



Leisure, Leisure


Mother & Child

Blue Girl Meditations Nymph Eros

Tricia Koning (Manipulated Photography)

"I have tried to push beyond the boundaries of the traditional 'precious' negative. This experimental process began as a reaction against my pure straight B/W photojournalism, which I was studying in school. I begin by photographing figures and other subject matter with different color filters and films. With painting, drawing and scratching, I evolve the figures and different subjects into unusually beautiful and abstract photographs. The technique continues in the darkroom where I manipulate the outcome by adding or subtracting yellow, magenta and cyan. Often I add or fill in certain color with photo retouching dyes. Often I create negative colleges using 2-7 negatives for one piece. Using this technique, I am trying to expand people's ideas of what photography can be. I've tried to push beyond the title of 'photographer' and instead use 'photographic artist'." Tricia has exhibited her work through Anatomically Correct at Steppenwolf Theatre and at Eastwick Gallery, Baci, Webster's and Gallery Park West. Also, she has shown her work in Lifestyles Gallery in Valparaiso, IN and Corners Gallery in Arcadia, Michigan. Her work has also appeared in Psychology Today.  Images are available in 8 x 10", 12 x 12", 11 x 14" and 24 x 24" matted and framed.  Unframed is also available.     Phone for information.






Amy O. Woodbury (Acrylic on Canvas)

A self-taught artist, Amy began her second career in painting after working for 22 years as a professional dancer and choreographer. Amy has had two exhibitions with Anatomically Correct (at Steppenwolf Theatre and Apple Tree Theatre), and also through Anatomically Correct, her artwork has appeared on the cover of the theatrical program Footlights. In addition, Amy's paintings have been exhibited at the Judy Saslow Gallery in Chicago.



Blue Venus   30 x 36"

Acrylic on Canvas

by Amy O. Woodbury



Blue Geisha in Autumn  30 x 40"

Acrylic on Canvas

by Amy O. Woodbury




Fruit Snack  36 x 48"

Acrylic on Canvas

by Amy O. Woodbury



Founded in 1991, Anatomically Correct is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to showcasing works by artists in alternative spaces in a combined effort to educate, diversify, and promote community awareness of the visual and performing arts.   

For more information, please contact:

Anatomically Correct