Wilda Gerideau-Squires

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Wilda Gerideau-Squires, born June 21, 1946, is an African-American fine art photographer noted for her distinctive style of photography which includes abstract images created through the interplay of fabric and light, as well as her poignant photographs of women. In 2008, Women In Photography International named Gerideau-Squires among the world’s most Distinguished Women Photographers. Her photographs are included in the Peter E. Palmquist Collection at Yale University’s Beinecke Library, the State House Office Building in Boston and private collections in the United States and Canada.

Gerideau-Squires is a graduate of the College of DuPage. Her professional affiliations include the National Association of Women Artists, Cambridge Art Association, Professional Women Photographers, Pen and Brush, Women In Photography International and the Royal Photographic Society. She is a resident artist at Western Avenue Studios in Lowell, MA and serves on the Board of Advisors of the Brush Art Gallery and Studios.

Awards[edit]

In 2008, Women In Photography International[1] named Gerideau-Squires to their prestigious List of Distinguished Women Photographers[2] that honors the accomplishments of dedicated working women photographers around the globe. In addition, she has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards.

See also[edit]

1. Royal Photographic Society 2. Wilda Gerideau Squires

References[edit]

External links[edit]

1. Official Website 2. National Association of Women Artists 3. Professional Women Phoyographers 4. Western Avenue Studios 5. Women In Photography International 6. Photography Masters Cup 7. Prix de la Photographie Paris