is a show of four women photographers: Heidi Kirkpatrick, Anna Daedalus, Jayna Conkey and Jan Cook presented in conjunction with Portland Photo Month.

See Kirkpatrick’s prussian blue cyantypes on vintage clothing (above); Cook’s photograms of lightbulbs and chromoskedasic painting; Conkey’s Withdrawn, embodying the responses of censorship and voyeurism; and Daedalus’s Enfolded series folding, sculpting and re-photographing riparian hollows, wetland and woodland.

Opening night is First Friday April 5 at Roll-Up Gallery, 1715 SE Spokane St at 5 pm. See rollupspace.com.