Joanne Lowery

Joanne Lowery

I am a photographer who has been following horses around since I was old enough to carry a camera. I like to think I have a “quiet eye” with a style ranging from the photo-journalistic to the imaginative. My early influences included the classic “Painterly School” of photography, most especially Julia Margaret Cameron. Books, animals and humor figure prominently in my life and I strive to include the dry sense of humor and visual wit of photographer Elliot Erwit in my own work.

My husband/best friend of forty years and I live on an animal farm in Fayetteville, Tennessee where we are all retired and sometimes bake cookies for lunch.

Past Activity:

“Work That Women Do”, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C. This exhibit included 10 black and white images documenting a disabled rider’s program in Monte Verde, FL.

“Dog Stories” exhibit, featured in Canine Images magazine. This group of 25 black and white images toured Florida as a one-woman show in venues such as the Orlando City Hall Mayor’s Gallery and The King Center in Melbourne.

1998: First and third place in Photography and Best In Show, Art Show At The Dog Show, a national juried competition held annually in Wichita, Kansas. “Water Dance” was purchased as part of the permanent collection of the AKC Museum of the Dog in St. Louis.


January,  2018: joined Huntsville Art League as an Exhibiting Artist. “Balance” received an “Award of Merit”, Collector’s Draw, 2018.

September,  2018: Two pieces were included in the Horse Crazy Artists Exhibit, WHAM Art Association, Surprise, Arizona.  “Light As A Feather” received “Honorable Mention”.