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EXHIBIT Closed on September 30th 2010

Juror: Thomas Bachand

Juror's Choice: "Buffalo on Road in Lamar Valley" by
Janet Pritchard of Storrs, CT, USA

The touch of man on the natural landscape is all around us. From shimmering cityscapes and rural farms to strip mines and garbage dumps. Let's see images that show the touch of man, light or heavy, on the earth around us.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:6 September 10
Artists' Reception:TBD
Exhibit Closes:30 September 10
Managed Landscapes
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

"Contemporary landscape photography's insights and observations reach far beyond the natural environment. A close examination of the land will often reveal more about ourselves  as individuals, communities, and society at large,"  - Thomas Bachand.

Juror's Statement:

The submissions were inspiring and insightful. After careful consideration, I first selected those images that struck me on an emotional level, and then culled further based on the photographer's intent and technical execution, including composition, exposure, focus, and effects. The strongest photographs speak to the subject on many levels. The Juror's Choice, "Buffalo on Road in Lamar Valley", took my breath away. The power of this photograph lies as much with that which is unseen as seen. The bison are unaware that the land has been "saved" and placed on display. We look out from behind glass at a pristine landscape detached from its history.

Thomas Bachand


Buffalo on Road in Lamar Valley
Juror's Choice

Janet L. Pritchard
Storrs, CT USA
Balance #1. Pemigewasset River, NH
People's Choice

David Gardner
San Francisco, CA USA
Gowanus Canal
People's Choice

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

Hoover Dam

Andrew Langdal
Scottsdale, AZ United States
Landscape 0555

Anthony Korotko Hatch
Hollywood, CA USA
Solitude

Bill Kneen
Richmond, VT USA

Puerto Penasco, Mexico

Brendan Regan
Phoenix, AZ USA
Chacabuco

Brian Mohr and Emily Johnson
Moretown, VT USA
Sea

Conan Lai
Kitchener, Ontario Canada

Tattered Tennis Courts

Donna Scholl
Los Angeles, CA USA
Salton Sea Tires

Donna Scholl
Los Angeles, CA USA
Beach chairs

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA

Read Up Girl #2

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Coney Island Beach

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Dubai

Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada

Smokey Mountain 2

Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada
End of the Road

Genevieve Parker
San Francisco, CA USA
Puzzle Box

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA

Anglesea Moire

Geoffrey Agrons
Philadelphia, PA USA
launch

gregory lancaster
los angeles, ca USA
Post Constructivist Man

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA

The Island

Joe Cornett
Flagstaff, AZ USA
Grubsteak

Joe Cornett
Flagstaff, AZ USA
Rowley, MA 2009

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA

Living Roof, San Diego, CA 2009

John Steck Jr.
Jamaica Plain, MA USA
Barley

Karen Guth
Burlington, VT USA
Fenced Home In Developing Community, Shakopee, MN 2009

Keith Cich
Duluth, MN USA

Ireland

Kelly O'Neal
Burlington, VT USA
Green Ribbon - Palouse, WA

Laurie McCormick
Los Angeles, CA USA
SalisburyDumpTHREE

Lorin Duckman
Boynton Beach, FL USA

Rush

Lyndsay Shaw
Malta, NY USA
Halfmoon #4 (Grass)

Matthew Crowther
Chicago, Illinois USA
Halfmoon #2 (Trees)

Matthew Crowther
Chicago, Illinois USA

World's Largest Cow - North Dakota

Michael Middleton
Summit, NJ USA
Toward Hudson, NY

peter bruno
rutland, VT USA
Queen Anne's Lace and tarp (N. Clarendon, Vermont)

peter bruno
rutland, VT USA

Struggle to Survive (Perpignan, France)

Rebecca B. Hudson
Glen Allen, Va USA
Roswell, New Mexico

Roger Boulay
Albuquerque, NM USA
Park, Glendale, Arizona

Rosalyn Song
Chandler, Arizona USA

Wave Wall

Scott Wunderle
Chester, VT USA
RESTORATION

Sonia Melnikova-Raich
San Francisco, CA USA
Catlin Mound, Catlin, IL

Theodore William Arnold
Champaign, IL USA

James, Racine, OH

Theodore William Arnold
Champaign, IL USA
Masaya Volcano, Managua, Nicaragua

Wendy Simmons
Brooklyn, NY USA
Juror: Thomas Bachand

Thomas Bachand has been a professional photographer for over a decade, working in both traditional and digital mediums. His photography has appeared in magazines, advertisements, brochures, and textbooks - both in print and on the web. He writes on digital imaging issues for professional trade publications and lecturers on photography and technology issues.

Tom is the author of  Lake Tahoe: A Fragile Beauty. In addition to private collections, his photography can be found in the Bancroft Library and the California Historical Society.

Thomas Bachand's photography is a consideration of the land and the competing visions that inform our interaction with the world at large. Core to the work is its accessibility to the viewer. The use of color and a documentary style allow for an open and immediate connection to the subject. By embracing a historical perspective, the photography captures a sense of honesty characteristic of the medium's early pioneers. Whether creating a single, evocative image inviting reflection or a series conveying a sense of time and place, Bachand's exploration includes the role of storyteller. He seeks a convergence of the ordinary - extraordinary only in so much as it is revealing, offering both possibility and contemplation.

The Vermont Photo Space Gallery helps photographers grow by providing opportunities to have their work evaluated by a qualified juror for display in our Vermont gallery with very little expense or hassle. We provide free archival quality matting and framing of accepted entries for each of our exhibitions, subject to standard sizes. Photographers retain the rights to their work and set their own prices for sale in the gallery.

EXHIBIT Closed on September 1st 2010

Juror: Graham Gordon Ramsay

Juror's Choice: "Glass Barriers" by Maria Elena Gioka
of Athens, Attica Greece

The juror for our portrait exhibit will be looking for portraits that "bring the viewer into a visual dialogue with the sitter". It's a challenge to have such rapport with your subject that they let down their guard and suddenly you know that you have an extraordinary Portrait - with a capital "P"!

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:8 August 10
Artists' Reception:TBD
Exhibit Closes:1 September 10
Interactive Portraits
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Have you got portrait shots that draw out your subjects in ways that reveals personality, character, emotions?   How does this happen?  This is what earned early photographers the title of "spirit catchers"!

 

 

 

Juror's Statement:

A portrait captures a moment in the life of the sitter.  If the portrait speaks to us clearly, we come to understand something new about the person represented, and through the process of seeing the portrait we learn something new about ourselves.  We see these pictures and have our own personal reactions to them--feelings, emotions, memories.  We create narratives in our minds about who these people are, what they feel, where they come from, and how they see their world.

I made the selections for this exhibition based on the premise that an intimate portrait is a revelation.  I chose a first round of images that were well executed from a technical and compositional standpoint.  From that subset of images, I looked for portraits that draw the viewer into the stories of the people being photographed.  I favored images that evoked an element of the personal and the truthful about their subjects.

GGR


Glass Barriers
Juror's Choice

Maria Elena Gioka
Athens, Attica Greece
Annie, packing
People's Choice

Nicholas Shepard
Brooklyn, NY USA
Self portrait: the faces of a personality

Adriano Castelli
Milan, Lombardy ITALY

Curtis "Thunder"

Bert Halstead
Belmont, MA USA
Chris

Blake Dieters
Fort Collins, CO USA
The Painter

Brent Harrewyn
South Burlington, VT USA

The Painter's Brother

Brent Harrewyn
South Burlington, VT USA
Chloe

Brook Hewitt / Rose Riot Photography
Roswell, GA USA
George, morning (2008)

Charles Rozier
Westport, CT USA

Faces On The Street #24, Los Angeles 2007

Dick Sanders
La Quinta, CA USA
Black Angeles #15, Los Angeles 2009

Dick Sanders
La Quinta, CA USA
Inquietude
SOLD

Drew Hoffman
Blacksburg, VA USA

Katie's Dad

Elspeth Maxwell
Brooklyn, NY USA
Brant

Erica Brown
Burlington, VT USA
from the series My Ethiopian-American Portraits

Eyakem Gulilat
norman, OK USA

Nicole & Diana

Hila Vugman
rehovot, israel Israel
People of Hoi An Vietnam 1

Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Self-Portrait, Chemo 4th Cycle, 03.2006 (Aftermath series)

Kerry Mansfield
San Francisco, CA USA

Homeless Mike

Leroy Allen Skalstad
milwaukee, WI USA
Kenny, 15 year old American Catcher from the All Star Series

Lisa Levine
Alameda, CA USA
Jeffrey

Lisa M Jones
Jefferson Township, PA USA

Pete Knows

Lorin Duckman
Boynton Beach, FL USA
The Young Man and the Sea

Maria Elena Gioka
Athens, Attica Greece
Unique Luisito

Maria Elena Gioka
Athens, Attica Greece

Helena

Maria Elena Gioka
Athens, Attica Greece
Daniel

Mary Economidy
Chicago, Illinois USA
The Regular

Mica McCann
New York, NY USA

Bye-Bye Baby

michelle sank
Exeter, Devon United Kingdom
Birds of a Feather

Monica April West
Coopersville, MI USA
At The Races With Jim

Nick Roberts
Louisville, KY USA

Draining Love

Pere Ibañez
Barcelona, SPAIN
Chris in a Hotel Room, Queens, NY

Rebecca Finley
The Woodlands, TX USA
A Man Selling Fox Skins, Huntsville, TX

Rebecca Finley
The Woodlands, TX USA

Tearing with Joy

robert c. anderson
chicago, IL USA
The Space Between

Sarah Balch
Shaker Hts, oh USA
Sissy and Pup
SOLD

Sarah Balch
Shaker Hts, oh USA

Megan

Sita Mae
PIttsburgh, PA USA
Jessalyn

Sita Mae
PIttsburgh, PA USA
My Father at 78 Years Old

sue lezon
chazy, ny USA

Cluj, Romania

Wendy Simmons
Brooklyn, NY USA

Juror: Graham Gordon Ramsay

Our Juror, Graham Gordon Ramsay , has had his photography published in Atlantic Monthly, Time Magazine, Science magazine, La Figaro (France), Die Weltwoche (Switzerland). Technology Review, and many others.  When not photographing around the world, he is a photography instructor at MIT.

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A portrait captures a moment in the life of the sitter.  If the portrait speaks to us clearly, we come to understand something new about the person represented, and through the process of seeing the portrait we learn something new about ourselves.  We see these pictures and have our own personal reactions to them--feelings, emotions, memories.  We create narratives in our minds about who these people are, what they feel, where they come from, and how they see their world.

 

I made the selections for this exhibition based on the premise that an intimate portrait is a revelation.  I chose a first round of images that were well executed from a technical and compositional standpoint.  From that subset of images, I looked for portraits that draw the viewer into the stories of the people being photographed.  I favored images that evoked an element of the personal and the truthful about their subjects.

 

GGR

EXHIBIT Closed on July 7th 2010

Juror: Cliff Mautner

Juror's Choice: "Hora Horror" by Andy Bishop
of Williston, VT, USA

Future Brides and Grooms: Where will you get the chance to see the work of 10 wedding photographers all in one place, and in print rather than on a screen?

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:13 June 10
Artists' Reception:13 June 10 00:00
Exhibit Closes:7 July 10
Wedding Story
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

Wedding photography can tell a story. It may be the bread and butter for many photographers but it can still offer creative opportunities. We want images that go beyond the standard posed shots and artistically capture those special moments that only an attentive photographer sees and can capture. Those shots that tell the unique story of that particular wedding.  Show us your best wedding shots that tell a wedding story.

 

Cliff Mautner’s career in professional photography spans 28 years. After 15 years and 6000 assignments as a photojournalist with the Philadelphia Inquirer, and working for an eclectic array of commercial clientele ranging from Comcast to Subaru, Cliff launched his wedding photography career. After 750 weddings, he hasn’t looked back.

Cliff was named one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world by American PHOTO magazine. He won the 2009 WPPI Grand Award for photojournalism, and he's the global wedding photography spokesperson for Nikon and Nikkor. He’s been recognized by WPPI as “one of the top photographers and educators in the world” and has shared his concepts and ideas across the country speaking for Nikon, Photoplus, WPPI, PPA, Digital Wedding Forum, and other photographic organizations. He’s perhaps best known for his ability create quality images in some of the most difficult lighting conditions encountered. Rangefinder magazine describes him as having “a freshness and imagination that is new and important” and is the founder of the highly successful "Lighting and Skillset Bootcamp.


Hora Horror
People's Choice

Andy Bishop
Williston, VT USA
Keepin' It Light
People's Choice

Brian Coon / Saint Phalle Photography
Johnson, VT USA
No Words

Andre de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA

Too Much Fun

Andre de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA
Come On

Andre de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA
Another World

Andre de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA

Intensity

Andre de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA
Heaven and Earth

Andy Bishop
Williston, VT USA
Single Riders Only

Andy Bishop
Williston, VT USA

Wedding March

Andy Bishop
Williston, VT USA
You're Mine Now

Brian Coon / Saint Phalle Photography
Johnson, VT USA
We Are The Champions

Brian Coon / Saint Phalle Photography
Johnson, VT USA

Don't Stop Believing

Brian Coon / Saint Phalle Photography
Johnson, VT USA
white light embracing

cyndi freeman photography
south burlington, VT USA
Erin and Andrew

Dane Sponberg
Atlanta, GA USA

silly snapshot

Daria Bishop
Williston, VT USA
soul mates

Daria Bishop
Williston, VT USA
the roast toast

Daria Bishop
Williston, VT USA

sisters

Daria Bishop
Williston, VT USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA



Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA



Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA



Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA


Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA



Elizabeth Etienne
Marina Del Rey, CA USA
Untitled 1

Judson Lamphere
Burlington, VT USA
Rain Rain Rain

Ken Signorello User
Essex, VT USA

Midsummer kiss

Monica Donovan
Burlington, VT USA
Golden Moment

Veronica de Saint Phalle
Johnson, VT USA

EXHIBIT Closed on August 4th 2010

Juror: Dave Watts

Juror's Choice: "Elephants Silhouettes At Sundown" by
Jim Irwin of Kirkwood, MO, USA

As today’s wildlife faces unprecedented challenges, the wildlife photographer has the opportunity to act as chronicler as well as advocate.  With extreme patience and dedication photographers have the ability to present images of such striking natural beauty that they have been able to influence lawmaking and future human behavior. Many have dedicated their lives to this.  All in the power of an image…

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:11 July 10
Artists' Reception:TBD
Exhibit Closes:4 August 10
In the Wild
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

From insects to big game, from songbirds to salamanders, we are looking for your photographs, taken anywhere in the world, of wildlife in their habitat.

Juror's Statement

"When evaluating a series of photographic images I am looking for a sense of a shared experience through the beauty and composition of the subject. Lighting is extremely important and can make or break an image. To hold the attention of the viewer the image needs to be technically correct, that is correctly exposed with the important details such as eyes being sharp. All these various criteria can come together to create an image with the quality of a masterpiece in oil."

Dave Watts


Elephants Silhouettes At Sundown
Juror's Choice

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Eyes of the World
People's Choice

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA
Angel Wings
People's Choice
SOLD

Kathy Cline
Pompano Beach, FL USA

Black Swan Lake

Bruce Gilbert-Smith
Jericho, VT USA
Fussy Falcon
SOLD

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA
A Delicate Balance

Ashley Snizek
Ft. Myers, Florida USA

Marsh Song - Yolo Bypass, CA

Avery Cook
Woodland, CA USA
Raffe

Carri-Anne Carmichael
Pontyclun, RCT UK
Looking for Dinner

Chuck Ginsburg
South Burlington, VT USA

Elephant Tails

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Elephants Walking Out of The Chobe

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Elephants Walking In The Chobe River

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA

Fall Gathering

John Monn
Woodbridge, Va USA
Scared Fishless

John Monn
Woodbridge, Va USA
The Lion King

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA

Puffin at Sumburgh Head, Shetland

Karen Guth
Burlington, VT USA
Baby Spat

Kathy Cline
Pompano Beach, FL USA
Lone Elie

Kelly O'Neal
Burlington, VT USA

Free Range Deer

Kelsi Doscher
Wellington, Wellington New Zealand
Moose

Kyle Myers
Johnson, VT USA
Common Loon

Kyle Myers
Johnson, VT USA

Keeping Warm

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA
Ducklings On An Outing

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA
Double-Take

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA

Eye of the Gator

Matthew Yeoman
Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Harold and Maude

Matthew Yeoman
Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Flight

Nipun Mathur
Albany, CA USA

Ibis

Paul Haverstick
Waterbury Center, VT USA
Curious Little One

Randy Langenberg
Alma, Nebraska USA
Under Moms Wing

Richard Seeley
Gloucester, MA USA

Lynx Love

Richard Seeley
Gloucester, MA USA
Female House Finch Fluffing Feathers

Sarah Treanor
Dallas, TX USA
Buffalo Portrait

Sarah Treanor
Dallas, TX USA

Western Rattlesnake

Sheri Larsen
Essex Jct., VT USA
Immature Bald Eagle

Sheri Larsen
Essex Jct., VT USA
At Home

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA

Spring Ptarmigan

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA
The Dance

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA
Pronghorn - Lamar Valley

Stephen Beattie
Burlington, VT USA

Delicious!

Stilson Snow
Eureka, CA USA
Balancing Act

Tom Foster
FT. Collins, Co USA
Tigress at Tadoba

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India

Tigress at Bandhavgarh

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India
Rhino in Kaziranaga

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India

The Juror for this exhibit is Australian based conservationist and photographer Dave Watts, who has been published by National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Geo (Germany), Geo (Australia), Australian Geographic, Airone, Nature Australia, and many other publications.  By going beyond the ordinary to get his shots he has created beyond ordinary images that capture the entire feeling of atmosphere (and I mean sounds and air temperature!) surrounding his subject!

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After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 

 

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