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EXHIBIT Closed on December 23rd 2011

Juror:  George DeWolfe

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There is boundless beauty in our natural environment, from the intimate view of a blade of grass to the vast panoramic horizon.  We need only show up with our cameras!  But, how do we translate our personal visions of the natural world, through our photographic tools, and then to our audience?

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:29 November 11
Artists' Reception:2 December 11 00:00
Exhibit Closes:23 December 11
Four Corners of the Earth
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The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Each of our relationships to nature is highly personal – we want to see yours.   From the tonal depths of an Ansel Adams expansive environment, to the quiet pictorial gestures of an Edward Steichen moment, to contemporary masters’ views, such as our Juror George DeWolfe, who’s contemplative designs on natural beauty insight envy and inspiration.  We’re looking for the kind of variety that is in nature herself.  Sky’s the limit using contemporary methods, photographic paraphernalia, and a limitless bag of tricks, so whether your landscapes display a traditional approach, leave us questioning reality, or all that is in between, we can’t wait to see your version of this heaven we call Earth.

Juror's Statement:
I found this a very enjoyable show to judge and the entries were all excellent. The ones I picked were based largely on composition and mood, with technical considerations weeding out most of the ones that were poorly exposed, over processed, blurred for lack of a tripod, etc. I always search for ones that I know were some trouble to make in which the photographer had many compositional and technical choices. Criteria for general landscape images was usually a well composed foreground, middle ground and background, but exceptions were made, especially in the case of mood.
George DeWolfe


Morning at the Lake
Juror's Choice

Dave Levingston
Springfield, Ohio USA
Mount Baker Drifts.
People's Choice

Glen Thomson
Dunedin, New Zealand
Adrift, 2011
People's Choice

Richard Allen Ashmore
Orange, TX USA

West Lake House

Brigid Gonzalez
Alpharetta, GA USA
Prairiescape #116

Bruce Morton
Bowen, IL USA
Sunset Inspirations

Celia Barenholtz
Asheville, NC USA

Oslo Fjord

Celia Barenholtz
Asheville, NC USA
Big Arroyo Creek in Spring

Cliff LaPlant
Alpine, California USA
Last Light at Cathedral Lake

Cliff LaPlant
Alpine, California USA

Morning Along the Great Ocean Road - Australia

Dan Bronish
North Miami, Fl USA
sedona meditation

David J. Griggs
Highgate Center, VT USA
SoCal Trees #18

Diane Kaye
Aptos, CA USA

Enchanted Forest

Diane Kaye
Aptos, CA USA
Lake Mattamuskeet #2

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
Lake Mattamuskeet #1

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA

Olympic National Park

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
Oregon

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
Sand Beach Rocks

Gary Tobler
Colchester, VT USA

Surfactant

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Essential Oils
SOLD

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
Still

Glenn Fay, Jr.
Burlington, VT USA

Blue Winter Morning

Herb Smith
Wimberley, TX USA
Blooming Universe

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Leaf in Winter

Jim Morse
Charlotte, VT USA

Crescent Dune

John Eaton
Aptos, CA USA
High Pond

Ken Signorello User
Essex, VT USA
The Softer Side

Kim Gifford
Bethel, VT USA

Moth on autumn fern

Krista Cheney
St. George, VT USA
Colorful Calla

Lea Foster
Lafayette, IN USA
Alhambra, Granada

Maria Santiago
Middlebury, VT USA

Verona Park Winter

Marian Rubin
Montclair, NJ USA
Sunset Stones

Michael Schertz
Eatonville, Washington USA
Rainier in Summer

Michael Schertz
Eatonville, Washington USA

Distant Oversight

Michael Schertz
Eatonville, Washington USA
Matterhorn: Sunset Clouds

Nenad Saljic
Split, Croatia
Indian Summer

Nick VanHorn
Bozeman, MT USA

Heaven on Earth

Pennie Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Bluestone Black Cat and Fall
SOLD

Philip Bobrow
Warren, VT USA
Storm, Sandoval County, New Mexico, 2009

Richard Allen Ashmore
Orange, TX USA

Moon Rise, San Jose del Cabo

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA
Kelp, Sky, Sea - Spanish Bay

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA
Fallen

Suzan Mandla
Ottawa, Ontario Canada

First Frost

Suzan Mandla
Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Oak in Fog

Tracy Farrell
Scotch Plains, NJ USA
Columbia River Coot Convo

Valentine Merriman
Issaquah, WA USA

 


Juror:  George DeWolfe

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We're thrilled to have George DeWolfe as Juror for Four Corners of the Earth.  George DeWolfe has been photographing since 1964. He studied with Ansel Adams and Minor White in the 1970’s and holds an MFA in Photography from the Rochester Institute of Technology. George is widely published, most notably At Home In The Wild, George DeWolfe’s Digital Photography Fine Print Workshop and B&W Printing – each has received wide acclaim. His work has been seen in over fifty one-man exhibitions and is part of several permanent collections.  Currently a consultant to Epson, Adobe, Hahnemühle, X-rite, and Nik, George is one of the original 15 photographers on the Adobe Lightroom team, and developed Optipix and PercepTool, both Adobe Photoshop plug-ins. He teaches “The Digital Fine Print Workshop”, “B&W Master Print”, and “Contemplative Photography” throughout the United States.  Winner of numerous awards, his most recent honor was Award for Artistic Excellence presented by The National Park Service. George has photographed for many environmental organizations over the past 40 years: Appalachian Mountain Club, Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth, Mass Audubon, National Park Service, and Friends of Acadia.  Please visit George DeWolfe at www.georgedewolfe.com

George DeWolfe

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