Exhibits

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
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

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

EXHIBIT Closed on December 2nd 2011

Juror: Shane Lavalette

Juror's Choice by Rhye Tempest

As part of our community outreach, Darkroom Gallery is hosting our second Vermont High School Student only juried photography exhibit. We are organizing this effort with the help of Mt. Mansfield Union High School Photography teacher Steve Miller.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:8 November 11
Artists' Reception:11 November 11 00:00
Exhibit Closes:2 December 11
Ways of Seeing: Vermont High School Students Only
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

In his famous essay on art criticism, John Berger wrote, “Every image embodies a way of seeing.” A photographer’s “way of seeing” is reflected in his or her choice of subject, use of light and compositional technique. The final photograph is an image filtered through the artist’s unique perspective. The photograph not only communicates what we see, but what we think, believe, and feel. Juror Shane Lavalette challenges Vermont’s high school photographers to share their unique visions at this year’s student exhibition, “Ways of Seeing.”

Juror's Statement:

Jurying this exhibition brought me back to when I was in high school and fell in love with photography. I’ve always been fascinated by how a photographic print, a mechanical record of light and time, can reflect the thoughts and feelings of the maker.  Seeing establishes our place in the world, and how we see things is determined by our experience or who we are as individuals. This exhibition brings together the work of twenty-five young artists that have also discovered this extraordinary medium, and have offered their unique ways of seeing for us to behold.

SHANE LAVALETTE

 


Photogrammetry
Juror's Choice

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA
Onward
People's Choice

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Swings

Alyssa Stetson
Alburgh, VT USA

Small Town Girl
SOLD

Andrew Becker
Montpelier, VT USA
Sharecropper
Honorable Mention

Andrew Becker
Montpelier, VT USA
Ground and Sky

Andy Tuttle
South Burlington, VT USA

Mountain of Hair

Anna Mechler
Essex Jct., VT USA
Desert Needles

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Music

Braden Lalancette
Williston, VT USA

Life

brandalynn Spaulding
colchester, VT USA
Death of Life

brandalynn Spaulding
colchester, VT USA
Nature on the Move
SOLD

Danielle St-Pierre
Essex Jct., VT USA

The Last Flowers

Ella Hill
Burlington, VT USA
Helen

Ella Hill
Burlington, VT USA
Serenity Glass
Honorable Mention
SOLD

Eric Boutin
Essex jct., VT USA

Liquid Marbles

Eric Boutin
Essex jct., VT USA
Chamonix
Honorable Mention
SOLD

Isabelle Unger
Charlotte, VT USA
Max

Jordan Davis
Williston, VT USA

Through My Eyes

Katy Trahan
Essex Jct., VT USA
Sea Shell At Night

Keegan Cummings
underhill, VT USA
Capable

Lara Musaefendic
williston, VT USA

Matted River

Max Erickson
Williston, VT USA
White Lines

Max Erickson
Williston, VT USA
Bold, Quiet Halls

McKenzie Silk
Essex Jct., VT USA

The Flower Girl
SOLD

Megan Marchant
South Burlington, VT USA
Emerging Wallflower

Mikayla Grace
Essex, VT USA
Moving Shadows

Mikayla Grace
Essex, VT USA

A Glimpse of Hell and Hungry Ghosts

Moya Cavanagh
Underhill, VT USA
The Water Flows East

Moya Cavanagh
Underhill, VT USA
Santorini

Olivia Ferro
South Burlington, VT USA

Untouched

Rhye Tempest
San Francisco, CA USA
Midnight Glow

Samantha Ward
Jericho, VT USA
Cow
SOLD

Sophie Rodenbush
Putney, VT USA

Pigs

Sophie Rodenbush
Putney, VT USA
The Fallen Branch

Stephano B.
Essex Jct., VT USA
The Other Angle

Stephano B.
Essex Jct., VT USA

Wayfaring
Honorable Mention

Taylor Drake
Essex Jct., VT USA
Mantra
Honorable Mention

Taylor Kingston
Charlotte, VT USA
Constructs Drumsticks

Tuan Nguyen
Essex Jct., VT USA

Harvest

Zoe Shamis
Burlington, VT USA


Juror: Shane Lavalette

Shane Lavalette is originally from Essex Junction, VT and currently lives and works in Somerville, MA. He received his BFA from Tufts University in partnership with The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Lavalette’s photographs have been shown widely, including national and international exhibitions at Aperture Gallery, Montserrat College of Art Gallery, The Carpenter Center for Visual Arts at Harvard University, The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Chelsea Art Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Musée de l’Elysée, Les Rencontres d’Arles, Galerie Azzedine Alaïa, Caochangdi PhotoSpring Festival and The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Lavalette was commissioned by the High Museum of Art to create a new body of work as part of the “Picturing the South” series, from which a selection of photographs will be exhibited in 2012. His editorial work has been published in various magazines, including The New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, Vice Magazine, Pig Magazine and SLASH. Lavalette is the founding publisher and editor of Lay Flat.

Our normal rules are modified as follows:

  • This exhibit is open to Vermont High School Students only.  Please specify your school in the comment field of your application.
  • There will be a small entry fee of $5.00 for the first three images entered.
  • We depend heavily on email - make sure your email address will receive email from us.
  • We are assuming most entrants into this competition are minors and are doing so with the permission of your parent or guardian. Entering without permission may result in disqualification.
  • We will not be providing printing services for this exhibit.  It is up to each selected participant to produce their own prints conforming to our standard sizes (if using our frames and mats) or provide framed work.
  • Our sponsor for this exhibition, PhotoGarden, is offering a 50% discount on prints for this exhibit only. Print out and bring your selection notification email with you when you you pick up your prints to get the special rate.
  • There will be awards and prizes for Juror's Choice and People's Choice.
  • Any questions - please initially contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., before contacting the gallery.
  • Submissions will open on 8/28/11

 

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Juror: FotoVisura  

Juror's Choice:"Nora" by Chloe Hotaling Charlotte, Vermont USA

Darkroom Gallery is excited to hosting our Fourth Annual Vermont High School Student Photography Exhibit. Only current Vermont high school students are eligible. You don't have to be enrolled in a photography course to enter this show. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Technology Education/Comolli Center for Technology and Arts of South Burlington High School Art teacher, is helping us organize this year's effort.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:3 April 14
Artists' Reception:11 April 14 18:30
Exhibit Closes:20 April 14
Into Focus: Vermont High School Students
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

As photography students and hobbyists we actively dissect pieces of our world through our viewfinders.  What we choose to focus on holds a power. We can entice our viewers with a fleeting moment or draw them into a specific corner of the image depending on what we keep in focus versus what we decide to be left out. This technique is not the only way to direct a viewer's attention: a dynamic composition, shapes, repetition, and tonal qualities can also serve. These days, mobile device images and apps for post processing are popular ways of exploring one's visual voice. All archival and digital photographic processes are eligible submissions.

For this year's high school exhibition we want to see how you use focus as a creative tool in your photography. It can be crisp and clean or muddy and soft. What have you chosen to pull into focus?

Juror's Statement:

This exhibition presents a selection of images by students attending Vermont High Schools. Bringing together a collection of individual visual voices, these photographs reveal the excitement of an unfolding future as it celebrates life and its many visible and intangible idiosyncrasies. In Shakespeare's words: “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves."

 

Adriana Teresa and Graham Letorney, co-founders, FotoVisura Inc.


Nora
Juror's Choice

Chloe Hotaling
Charlotte, Vermont USA
La Pomme
Honorable Mention

Joji Roth
Shelburne, Vermont USA
Wellspring Hearts
Honorable Mention

Paige Schoppmann
Huntington, Vermont USA

lonesome happiness
Honorable Mention

thomas
Morissville, Vermont USA
Pencil Twist
People's Choice
SOLD

Audrey Dawson
Westford, Vermont USA
Time Passing

Alex Esposito
Essex, Vermont USA

Reflective Preception

Alicia Wheeler
Richmond, Vermont USA
Long Island Inn
SOLD

Alicia Wheeler
Richmond, Vermont USA
Winter Apples

Allyson Jacob
Essex, VT USA

Schovaná

Anna Wulfson
South Burlington, VT USA
Isolation

Bentley Wilking
South Burlington, Vermont USA
Growth

Chloe Hotaling
Charlotte, Vermont USA

Toy Plane
SOLD

Cody
Richmond, Vermont USA
Morning

Danilo Salgado
Essex Junction, USA
Jump to the future

Derek Pham
Essex Junction, Vermont USA

Nose

Fiona Higgins
Charlotte, VT USA
From the Inside

Gwen Robinson
Jericho, Vermont USA
Trapped in Consciousness

Heather Jacobs
Hinesburg, Vermont USA

Frostbite

Jasmine Douglas-Hughes
Richmond, VT USA
Sam Wants to Leave

Jeffrey Schultz
Essex Junction, Vermont USA
Pipe

Jonny Beauregard
Jeffersonville, Vermont USA



Josina Munson
Westfrod, vermont USA
Rain Drop Zoom

Kathryn Macone
Underhill, VT USA
Man On A Hill

Katie Polhemus
Shelburne, VT USA

Touch
SOLD

Katy Trahan
Essex Jct., VT USA
Cinderella's Book of Dreams

Kourtney Ann Chilcote
Essex Jct, Vermont USA
Untitled 1

Lauren
Essex, VT USA



Liam Jennings
Underhill, Vermont USA
A Passed Time

Lukas Armstrong-Laird
Essex Junction, Vermont USA
Black On Green

Madison MacMahon
Hinesburg, Vermont USA

Barely There

Megan Krause
Underhill, Vermont USA
Untold Stories

Meghan Hanley
Shelburne, Vermont USA
I Came in Like a Wrecking Ball

Michaela Earle
Greensboro, Vermont USA

Farmer

Miles Scanlon
South Burlington, VT USA
Kitty's Sunset

Nicole Bouffard
Williston, VT USA
Rose

Nina Mollo
Charlotte, Vermont USA

iSpy

Rachel Morse
Westford, VT USA
Cover

Shelby Cross
Richmond, Vermont USA
Barn Spider

Sherri Collins
Johnson, Vt USA

Jasper

Spencer
Underhill, USA
Hydrangea in Ice

Sunniva Dutcher
Jericho, VT USA
serenity.

Sydney Lalancette
Williston, Vermont USA

Well Worn
SOLD

Tatum Turner
South Burlington, VT USA
The Brothers

Zachary Uerz
Jericho, VT USA
A Study in Dead

Zoe Frolik
Essex Jct., VT USA

Our normal Submission Rules are modified as follows:

  • This exhibit is open to Vermont High School Students only.  Please specify your school in the comment field of your entry;
  • Until February 12th entry is free! From Feb 13th thru Feb 26rd entry fee: First 4 images/$6.00; From Feb 26th thru Mar 5th entry fee: First 4 images/$12.00. 
  • Final Deadline is March 5th Midnight
  • Each additional image after the first 4 is $5.00.
  • You can change your entry images right up till the final deadline.
  • Juror's Choice, Honorable Mentions, and People's Choice will each get a free fotovisura account to start building their portfolio
  • Juror's Choice receives a 20x35" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image.
  • All selected entries are included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • We depend heavily on email - make sure your registered email address will receive email from us.
  • We are assuming most entrants into this competition are minors and are doing so with the permission of your parent or guardian. Entering without permission may result in disqualification.
  • It is up to each selected student to produce their own prints. PhotoGarden, is offering a 50% discount on prints for this exhibit only. Print out and bring your selection notification email with you when you you pick up your prints to get the special rate;
  • For selected works we do offer free framing and matting for the duration of the exhibition but prints must conform to our standard sizes, or you may provide already framed work.
  • Any questions - please initially contact Philip Galiga, before contacting the gallery.
  • Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

Juror: FotoVisura

We are so pleased the creators of FotoVisura have offered to jury and sponsor the High School exhibit this year! FotoVisura is a creative firm dedicated to publishing, production, design, and online media. Co-founded by Adriana Teresa and Graham Letorney, FotoVisura Inc. produces Visura MagazineThe FotoVisura PavilionFotoVisura.comThe FotoVisura Grant, The FotoVisura Panel Discussions, The FotoVisura Portfolio Consultation and Review, The Editing Sessions at the Visura Lodge in Stowe, Vermont, as well as Visura Exchange, a marketplace for photography.

fotovisura inc’s mission is to develop a model that facilitates the career and creative development of student, alumni and emerging art and documentary photographers.

Vee-su´-ra: an examination made by the eye.

 

 

 
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EXHIBIT Closed on December 9th 2012

Juror: Jordan Douglas

Juror's Choice:"The Time of Our Lives" by Maya Stoller Brattleboro, VT

As part of our community outreach, Darkroom Gallery is hosting our third Vermont High School Student only juried photography exhibit. We are organizing this effort with the help of Mt. Mansfield Union High School Arts teacher This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What makes your photography unique and different from others? What techniques or approaches energize your work?

Part of the growth and development of any artist is to develop a personal style that is uniquely their own. Style may include subject, perspective, composition, depth of field, lighting, post production treatment (darkroom or digital) and printing.

Exhibit Calendar (Subject to Change)
Exhibit Opens:22 November 12
Artists' Reception:2 December 12 15:00
Exhibit Closes:9 December 12
Personal Style: VT High School Photography Student Exhibit
Exhibit Catalog now available at PrestoPhoto

The Darkroom Gallery Difference

For this year's high school exhibition we seek creative images, work that goes beyond the expected, the typical, and that applies the tools of photography through one's own individual sensibilities. For inspiration look to these great photographers: Diane Arbus, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Cindy Sherman, Richard Avedon and Aaron Siskind.

Juror's Statement:

“Placed between the eye of the photographer and the world, the camera reveals both man and the outside world.” Lisette Model

Juror's Choice to receive a set of Douglas Beasley's Vision Quest Assignment CardsA photograph is simultaneously an image and the result of a long series of decisions. At the point of capture, the photographer chooses the subject, the moment, distance, camera angle, depth of field (range of focus), shutter speed, and composition. The exposure may then be interpreted, in the darkroom or on the computer. Editing and printing techniques run the gamut from simple to complex, and from general to highly refined.

The images chosen for this exhibition were those that demonstrated both control of the medium and a sense of individual creativity. Some reveal an expressive instant or subject; some were produced with deliberation and intention; and some gained creativity through the translations of editing or printing.  

In assessing “personal style,” I selected images that were less common, or expected, and those where the photographer’s distinct vision was made visible. 

It was my pleasure to share in the endeavors of these rising young photographers.

Thank you and enjoy!

Jordan Douglas


The Time of Our Lives
Juror's Choice

Maya Stoller
Brattleboro, VT USA
Fallen
Honorable Mention

Mikayla Grace
Essex, VT USA
Motions of a Layered Mind
Honorable Mention

Zivah Solomon
Worcester, VT USA

River Goddess
People's Choice

Jasmine Douglas-Hughes
Richmond, VT USA
Okavango Sunset

Alvaro
jericho, VT USA
Barbed Wire
SOLD

Amanda Vincent
New Haven, VT USA

Silo Silhouette
SOLD

Amanda Vincent
New Haven, VT USA
Passing By

Anna Wulfson
South Burlington, VT USA
Bird Storm

Anna Wulfson
South Burlington, VT USA

Fresh Tracks

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
Wings of Delicacy
SOLD

Annavitte Rand
Richmond, VT USA
hallway

Brooke St.Onge
Montgomery, VT USA

Out of the Darkness

Cole Hughes
Essex Junction, VT USA
Self Portrait 307

Elizabeth
Essex Jct, VT USA
Industrial

Ian Smith
St. Albans, VT USA

White Flower

Ian Smith
St. Albans, VT USA
Low Tide

Jen Hayes
Jericho, VT USA
Untitled

Jen Hayes
Jericho, VT USA

Running Water

Katy Trahan
Essex Jct., VT USA
Suspension Bridge

Katy Trahan
Essex Jct., VT USA
rocks

lucille
enosburg falls, VT USA

Table

Megan Rose
Enosburg Falls, VT USA
Reach

Mikayla Grace
Essex, VT USA
Dancing in the Light

molly
Underhill, VT USA

Escape Deception

molly
Underhill, VT USA
Eye

Morgan Eppley
Georgia, Vt USA
Elemental Collision
SOLD

Nathan Ertle
Essex Junction, VT USA

Hanging by a Thread

Nathan Ertle
Essex Junction, VT USA
white pipes

nicole gregoire
Enosburg, VT USA
Woodpecker Silhouette

Timothy Mueller-Harder
Cabot, VT United States

Rest Stop

Timothy Mueller-Harder
Cabot, VT United States
Auditorium Steps

Zoe van Vlaanderen
East Fairfield, VT USA
Lines

Zoe van Vlaanderen
East Fairfield, VT USA


Juror: Jordan Douglas

Jordan Douglas has been an adjunct professor of Fine Arts at Saint Michael’s College since January of 2004. He is also currently an adjunct professor of photography at Burlington's Champlain College. Teaching is nothing new for Douglas, his father was an art professor so leading a class always came naturally. He has taught drawing and photography through out Vermont at Burlington High School, Burlington City Arts, the Springhouse School of the Arts, and at Artspace. Douglas received his B.A. in Studio Art at the University of Vermont and has been involved in the art world ever since. He has had exhibitions throughout Vermont, in places such as Burlington, Shelburne, Waitsfield, and Rutland. Art has always been a part of Douglas’s life and that interest soon grew into a love for photography. Although photography is the focus of his career, he still remains creatively involved in both painting and drawing and often combines the artistic forms in his works, blurring the lines between what is created and what is real. Current projects: Jordan is recontextualzing found antique photographs using alternative analog techniques.


Our normal rules are modified as follows:

  • This exhibit is open to Vermont High School Students only.  Please specify your school in the comment field of your entry;
  • Until September 26th entry is free!; From Sember 27th thru October 10th entry is $5.00; From October 11th thru October 24th Entry is $10.00.
  • You can change your entry images right up till the final deadline.
  • Juror's Choice, Honorable Mentions, and People's Choice will each get a free fotovisura account to start building their portfolio
  • Juror's Choice receives a 20x35" vinyl exhibit banner featuring their image.
  • All selected entries are included in a full color exhibit catalog.
  • All submissions are limited to 4 images or less;
  • We depend heavily on email - make sure your registered email address will receive email from us.
  • We are assuming most entrants into this competition are minors and are doing so with the permission of your parent or guardian. Entering without permission may result in disqualification.
  • It is up to each selected student to produce their own prints. PhotoGarden, is offering a 50% discount on prints for this exhibit only. Print out and bring your selection notification email with you when you you pick up your prints to get the special rate;
  • For selected works we do offer free framing and matting for the duration of the exhibition but prints must conform to our standard sizes, or you may provide already framed work.
  • Any questions - please initially contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., before contacting the gallery.
  • Photographers set their own prices if they wish to sell their work and retain all rights to their photographs.

 

 

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