West Coast Focus with Steve Zmak
2015

Pushing the Wet Darkroom featuring Martha Casanave, Jane Olin and Robin Robinson.


Salon Jane’s Independent Presence Exhibition
2016

View the kickoff of Salon Jane’s traveling exhibition, Independent Presence. It was first exhibited at Green Chalk Contemporary Gallery, Pacific Grove, CA 2015.
Charlotte Chapman interviews artist Jane Olin, Robin Robinson and Robin Ward. Find out what inspires them to create their works of art.


Rfotofolio Gallery

My work is featured with other professional photographers.


Women in Photography International Archive
2015

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I am honored to announce that my photographic portfolio is part of the Women in Photography International Archive
Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut


CPA 2018 International Juried Exhibition

Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA
November - December, 2018
Eve Schillo juror

 
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Intimate Conversation 10 (The Surface of Meaning)


King Woman

Pen + Brush, New York, NY
October - December, 2017
Mashonda Tifrere curator

 
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Greta 8


CPA 2017 Members Juried Exhibition

Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA
July - September, 2017
Elizabeth Cordon and Jan Potts jurors

 
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Intimate conversation 4 (Dali’s Dream)


On the Edge of Chance

Viewpoint Gallery, Sacramento, CA
June - July, 2017

 
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Site Sight Unseen 21


Jane Olin + Elizabeth Opalenik: On the Edge of Chance

Center for Photographic Art, Carmel, CA
January - February, 2016

 
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Site Site Unseen 20



Les Rencontres d’Arles

Annual International Photographic Festival
Arles, France, 2018

 
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Traveling to Arles, France, for Les Rencontres de la Photogtaphie is a destination I’ve long dreamt of. This past July I made it, attending with my friend photographer, Meredith Mullins. Arles is a beautiful, historic city with deep roots in the past dating back to Roman times, with striking Roman ruins throughout the city. Pop-ups, openings, artist talks, street artists, lovely dinners and parties were all on the daily menu. I experienced everything from an impeccable exhibition of Robert Frank’s work, to donning goggles for a virtual exhibition accompanied by original poetry and music. My five photography reviews were informative and extremely positive. The week was stunning! In 2019 the festival will celebrate its 50th anniversary as a premier international festival. Go if you can. I may
see you there.