Last fall, I was notified that my submission for the Trilogies book from Lenswork magazine was accepted. Since I’m usually so bad at making deadlines, I was very grateful to be in this book. I have my copy (and maybe a few extras). The three images I submitted were taken in the mechanical room at Carrie Furnace near Pittsburgh, PA. It is a an old steel mill that was abandoned for several years and is now being run as a historic site by Rivers of Steel.
I am pleased to announce I had two images juried into You Are Here Gallery’s Anniversary Show. This show is up and open to the public (check the gallery’s website https://www.yah406clay.org for hours) until August 22, 2020. Please go see the show! Yes, masks are required.
The shows were virtual this year, but I had one image juried into both of the shows for the Westmoreland Art Nationals. The image was “Upper Jonathan Run Falls.” The falls is one of my favorite spots to hike to in Ohiopyle State Park. The trail isn’t too tough and goes through rhododendrons, past vernal ponds, and crosses the stream a few times.
So, back in September, I had three prints shown in the Ninth Annual Mister Fred Rogers Juried Fine Art Exhibition at the Latrobe Art Center. https://www.latrobeartcenter.org/events-all/ninth-annual-jas
It was an honor to be included and it was fantastic to be shown next to many incredible pieces of art. Here are the three of mine that were accepted:
I’ve never been great with deadlines. But I finally got files together and entered a few photos for the B&W Magazine contest for traditional methods last year. And one of my Mordançage images got in! Woo hoo! So it was in the October 2018 issue (#129) on page 31. The original is a little smaller than 8×10 and is on Ilford fiber paper.
Lonsdale Gallery in Toronto, Canada is hosting an International Juried Exhibition of photos made using traditional methods – silver gelatin and alternative methods like lith, platinum, cyanotypes, and more. I’m thrilled to have two photos included and really wish I could be there this weekend.
I’m building my new site, so check back as I add more photos. I might even remember to blog about where I’ve been shooting and what I’ve been up to!