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The Color of Light

Deadline for submissions: Jan 23, 2017
Prints due: Feb 24, 2017
Exhibition: March 8 - April 8, 2017

Prints of most of these images are available for purchase. Please inquire.
All photographs are the copyright of the individual artists and may not be reproduced without their permission.

ARB90348_43865 - for website
Talya Arbisser / Early Morning Chores
BLA69655_43587 - for website
G.L. Blanchard / Sixty Eight
BUN50679_07687 - for website
Nancy Stalnaker Bundy / Transformation
CAV14913_28286 - for website
Honorable Mention
Jane Cave / Isla Mujeres
DIM69609_75167 - for website
Dimo Dimov / Green Sea with Birds
DYB07633_71942 - for website
Director's Award
Roy DyBuncio / Relaxing
ESC08827_02484 - for website
James Eschinger / Mexico 6
FEI76535_72851 - for website
Andrew Feiler / Rear Window
FIS95099_28149 - for website
Monique Fischer /
Bubbles, Amsterdam
FOL13517_40546 - for website
Steven Foldes /
Fireworks at the Fiesta de Santa Prisca
GAL71965_16898 - for website
Briana Gallo /
Hamer Tribe Sunset Omo Valley
GAT22502_24998 - for website
Ashley Gates /
Yellow Booth, Mississippi
GIN60649_96181 - for website
Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin /
Moon in Trees, Kauai
GOO31234_40914 - for website
Guyer Goodnow / Colors and Shadows
GRI09563_47265 - for website
Konstantin Gribov / Dreams
HAC54564_98222 - for website
Linda Hacker /
#You Can't Get There From Here
HAR25137_52877 - for website
Sally Harris / On the Road to Timbuktu
HEN44052_10609 - for website
Anne Henning / Barn Car Reflection
London City Reflections
Jocelyn Horsfall /
London City Reflection - Fall Foliage
HOW76266_03697 - for website
George Howard / Circus Lights
JAC03508_28621 - for website
Steven Jackson / Serilhac, France
KRA26611_93871 - for website
Irit Kraushar / Tangerine
LEG19686_01316 - for website
Gaye Leggat / Turquoise Bus
Japan - Basho's Path November 2016 with Sam Abell and George Nobechi
Nancy Lehrer / For Hire
Paris Lavatory, Robynne Limoges
Robynne Limoges /
Ophelia at the Hilton
MAR17734_01648 - for website
Dawn Marshall / Unsightly Flamboyant
MAY76735_44045 - for website
Lily Mayfield / Night Swim
MAZ65334_50271 - for website
Honorable Mention
Jolanta Mazur / Boxed In
MON10741_61329 - for website
Honorable Mention
Lacey Monroe / The Hammock
NAS21155_46104 - for website
Timothy Nash / Rose City Till I Die
NEW04966_11777 - for website
Juror's Award
Bob Newman / Morning Prayer
NOB82985_10643 - for website
George Nobechi /
Group Portrait, Cherry Festival, Aomori
POS67243_61385 - for website
Stuart Posner / Parade Peekaboo
PRI04198_22627 - for website
Jennifer Pritchard / City Slicker
VAN35903_34481 - for website
Tyler Vance / Procession
ACH20345_99824 - for website
Debra Achen /
Mixed Vantage, Layers
ARM40589_21911 - for website
Frank Armstrong / Hobson, Montana
CAV14913_92423 - for website
Jane Cave / Washington, DC
CIU24372_50491 - for website
Mary Ciullo / The Journey
DEL55094_18375 - for website
Chelle Delaney / Cactus Hats
DRA80728_82722 - for website
William Drake / Plaid Girls
DYB07633_88193 - for website
Roy DyBuncio / Rainbow
FIS86201_22108 - for website
Louis Fischer / Wind Blown
FOL13517_29734 - for website
Steven Foldes /
Peek - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
GOO41686_25449 - for website
Neil Goodwin /
Storm Lights, Watrous, New Mexico
Michal Greenboim / Rearview Blues
GRI09563_02855 - for website
Konstantin Gribov / Yellow
HAR25137_54252 - for website
Sally Harris / Tillie
HOW76266_02736 - for website
George Howard /
View out of the Lobby Window
JAC31836_20693 - for website
Candice Jacobus / Of a Certain Age
JEO80872_47503 - for website
Diana Nichole Jeon / Skip
Doug Johnson / Projections
KAN24326_51001 - for website
Robert Kantz / Yosemite Reflection 1
LAS15777_20383 - for website
Fedor Lashkov /
Foggy Evening in the Park
LEG19686_94392 - for website
Gaye Leggat / Havana View
LEV82997_75304 - for website
Roger Levesque / Misty Valley
MAS52487_61213 - for website
John Mastenbrook /
Cemetery at Night
During Dio de los Muertos
MAU21328_09528 - for website
Susanne Maude /
Hiding Behind All Yellow
MAZ65334_60721 - for website
Jolanta Mazur /
Geometry of Swimming
MCK61994_08221 - for website
Jean McKenna / Watercolor
Yellow pine
Danit Melman - Shaked / Yellow Pine
space... oddity...
john d moyers / Spheres
Alan Nussbaum / Standing Guard
O'S67556_22054 - for website
Melissa O'Shaughnessy /
Wedding Party, London
PET78496_64217 - for website
John Peterman / Security
RUS96867_00592 - for website
Lawrence Russ /
The Land at the Base of the Wall
SAR92553_50883 - for website
Joshua Sarinana / Between Stations
Susan Saunders / Early Morning Fog
SCO26589_22599 - for website
Wil Scott / TJ's Lunch Counter
SHA72094_53709 - for website
Katie Shaw / Benchwarming Blues
SHE95607_22654 - for website
Fran Sherpa /
In the Garden of Dreams
Lady in red, her shadow and a fire hydrant [Leica M8.2]
Michael Sullivan / Lady in Red
TUR88268_67388 - for website
Lorena Turner / Fever
VAN35903_19977 - for website
Tyler Vance / Strangers in the Rain
Ellen Yampolsky / Illuminate

Juror's Statement

In the call for entries for The Color of Light exhibit, I stated that the three themes that interest me the most in photography are light, color and moments. Any one of those elements can yield a strong photograph. Any combination of two of them might produce something special and a mixture of all three can lead to something extraordinary.

In selecting the photographs for this exhibit, I was looking for those elements along with some original seeing as well as craftsmanship. Not manipulated photographs that were about effects, but photographs that were effective. Those that make us stop and look. Those that keep us coming back for more. Those that stay with us.

Judging an exhibition is an honor as well as a responsibility and obligation. To all the participants, my thanks for allowing me the opportunity to review your work. For those who came up short, do not be unhappy. This is not a competition — it’s an exhibition. Learn from this one and move forward. And to those who’s work was accepted, my sincerest congratulations! Enjoy the moment and then go out and make some new work.

- Arthur Meyerson

About the Juror

Arthur Meyerson travels the world photographing for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients. His fascination with light, color and the moment culminated in 2012 in his highly acclaimed book, The Color of Light. His photographs are in the public collections of several major institutions and have been exhibited internationally. His photographs are exhibited internationally and appear in such periodicals as Communication Arts, Rangefinder, and Graphis. His newest book, The Journey, published in 2017, is now available.

A photographer with a strong commitment to his profession, Arthur teaches photography workshops, does individual mentoring and participates in speaking engagements throughout the U.S. and abroad. He is a member of the Advisory Council for the Santa Fe Center for Photography as well as serving on the Board of Advisers for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and the Houston Center for Photography.

Learn more about Arthur Meyerson and his work at his website:

Call for Entries

“Three themes interest me most in photography: light, color and moments.

“Light produces color. Light can be soft or intense; color can provoke or excite. It can also inform. At their best, light and color can come together at a moment in time to create an atmosphere, an emotional response and/or a sense of place. And for me, that is the power and joy of the color of light.”

- Arthur Meyerson

For this call for submissions, we seek images that demonstrate the power and joy of the color of light. All capture methods and processes are welcome.

We are honored indeed that Arthur Meyerson will be the juror for The Color of Light. He will select 35 images for exhibition in our Middlebury, Vermont gallery and another 40 for our Online Gallery. All 75 images will be reproduced in the exhibition catalog and promoted on social media. Cash awards will be offered:

Juror’s Award: $300
Director’s Award: $200
Up to three Honorable Mentions will be given.

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