Cameraworks 2019

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Cameraworks 2019

March 2 – 24, 2019



Thanks to everyone who entered the Guild’s CameraWorks 2019 Exhibition. Congratulations to our accepted artists. Please look over the list below and let us know of any discrepancies by emailing by Wednesday, February 20. Remember the Important Dates below. We’ll see you at the opening!

Drop Off of Accepted Works: Saturday, February 23rd, 12 to 4 pm and Sunday, February 24th, 12 to 4 pm.

Opening Reception:  Saturday, March 2, 4 to 6 pm (Snow date: Sunday, March 3, 4 to 6 pm). Reception is free and open to all.

Show Closes: Sunday, March 24th at 4 pm.

Pick up of all Unsold Artwork:  Monday, March 25th, 12 to 4 pm and Tuesday, March 26th, 3 to 7 pm.

There will be a $20 storage charge for any piece picked up late.

First Name Last Name Title Material Price
Ralph Baskin Marshall Light Archival Inkjet Print $375
Lisa Berger Malfunction Junction Digital photo on Archival Paper $500
Paul Berger Zabriskie Point archival paper, acid free matte, metal frame and glass $525
Luke Boylan Blink And You’ll Miss It Framed photograph on archival paper. $75
Luke Boylan Ecuador by Horse Framed photograph on archival paper. $75
Luke Boylan Mexico Coast Line Framed photograph on archival paper. $75
Nancy Breakstone Changing Photograph $250
Nancy Breakstone His Day Photograph $250
Janine Brown The Wallflower at the Dance Crochet wire teardrops, crocheted acrylic dress, wallpaper, sound, lighting $850
Susie Buckley Silence is Violence photograph $150
Susie Buckley Families Belong Together photograph $150
Miggs Burroughs Newdigliani Lenticular – NOT a video entry $850
Miggs Burroughs The Journey Lenticular – not a video entry $850
Miggs Burroughs Letting go Lenticular $1,800
Sarah Corbin Two On The Beach Photograph $450
Lisa Cuchara Frog Doing Yoga photograph $400
Lisa Cuchara Lunar Eclipse photograph $400
Dianne Daskam Not All Hearts Are Red print $40
Patti Goldberg Ettinger Ephemeral arches paper $350
Rich Feldman A Day in the Old Quarter Fuji Crystal DP II under acrylic glass gallery framed $900
Madona Giorgadze Summer in a bowl E-surface $160
Madona Giorgadze Turkish Coffee E-surface $160
Phil Goldberg Fisherman on Foggy Reservoir Digital Photography $250
Jonathan Gordon Primrose Droplets Archival Digital Print $300
Jonathan Gordon Echeveria Digital Archival Print $300
Jonathan Gordon Spring Rain Archival Digital Image $300
Jonathan Gordon Pink Tulip Archival Digital Print $300
Ellen Gould Ripples digital print on metal $350
Andrew Graham Heartache Mat Archival Paper $475
Mary Harold Gingerbread Doll Photography processed on metallic paper $395
Ann Hermann Acrimonious American Red Lustre Print $250
Ellen Hoverkamp July Souvenirs Archival Inkjet on Matte Photo Paper $825
Ellen Hoverkamp Late Spring Still Life Archival Inkjet on Matte Photo Paper $825
Chuck Jennes Pardonnne-moi Acrylic $350
Elisa Keogh Scene from a Train: Blue House Digital Photography $350
Thor Krebs Reflections of fall Archival Digital Print $400
Phyllis Marcus Winter Photography $100
Fruma Markowitz Tikkun Olam: Winter Sparks I Archival digital print remnants of iPhone images, gold machine stitching $450
Fruma Markowitz Tikkun Olam: Winter Sparks II Archival digital print remnants of iPhone images, gold machine stitching $450
Fruma Markowitz Tikkun Olam: Winter Sparks III Archival digital print remnants of iPhone images, gold machine stitching $450
Carmen Martin Wood Facets Photograph matted in black frame $195
Beth McCoy The New Normal Mixed media – acrylic paint, gel medium and ink on canvas $400
Ron Mellott ‘Washington Lilypads’ Photographic print, mounted to 3/16′ Gatorboard, matte lamination $700
Ron Mellott Waterlily photograph, matte lamination mounted to Gatorboard, wood frame + liner $575
Ron Mellott Blueberry Fields Photographed, matte lamination, mounted to 3/16′ Gsatorboard, wood frame + liner $575
Ron Mellott Sheltering Arms 4×5 film capture $700
Michael Mielech San Biagio, Montepulciano Epson glice print $400
Barbara O’Shea Gays Against Guns Photography $400
Hank Paper Wild Horses of Dartmoor framed aluminum photograph $650
Fredy Perojo New Orleans Wedding Parade digital image $350
Barbara Ringer Window metal print, recycled wood $600
Lawrence Russ Lunar Eclipse Fine art photo paper $700
Robert Sachs Lao Chai Village, Vietnam 2018 Archival Pigment Print $600
Robert Sachs Ma Cha Village, Vietnam 2018 Archival Pigment Print $600
Robert Sachs Thanh Ha Village, Vietnam 2018 Archival Pigment Print $600
Steve Sholinsky Road Taos Archival pigment print $250
Steve Sholinsky red house Archival digital print $200
Steve Sholinsky orvieto archival digital print $200
Lisa Silberman The End of the Road? Black and White Photograph on Aluminum $425
Debbie Smith Railing Archival pigment print $450
Rick Tango Impression of Mamanasco Lake Printed on canvas paper mounted onto a wrap around frame $400
Richard Ventre Kat / From Botticelli’s the Birth of Venus, 2 The painted nude, photography, photomontage. $1,250
Jackeuline Walters Friendship Print on Canvas $200
Lee Walther Scene/Unseen Glossy Archival Paper $295
Roy Weinstein vintage german etching paper $400
J Scott Williams Myakka Road digital infrared on paper $250
Caren Winnall Roadside Archival Digital Photograph $450
Carmile Zaino Re-Mix | Mannequin Series | Naked Photo Collage | Archival Print $850
Carmile Zaino Re-Mix | Mannequin Series | Boy in Tux Photo Collage | Archival Print $850
Carmile Zaino Re-Mix | Mannequin Series | Straw Hats Photo Collage | Archival Print $850

Juror: Joe McNally

Joe McNally is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning photographer whose prolific career includes assignments in nearly 70 countries. McNally is known world-wide as not only one of the top, technically excellent photographers of his generation, but his charming demeanor, confidence and humor make him a sought-after choice from CEO’s to celebrities to commercial and magazine clients alike. He is among the rare breed of photographer who has bridged the world between photojournalism and advertising, amassing an impressive commercial and advertising client list including FedEx, Sony, ESPN, Adidas, Land’s End, General Electric, Epson, MetLife, USAA, New York Stock Exchange, Lehman Brothers, PNC Bank, and the Beijing Cultural Commission. McNally is equally comfortable climbing buildings or lighting a telescope to capturing quiet, sensitive subject matter with confidence in medical surroundings. He has shot numerous cover stories and highly complex features for the National Geographic, LIFE, and Sports Illustrated, where his research skills and unmatched preparedness were highly valued.

McNally won the first Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Journalistic Impact for a LIFE coverage titled, “The Panorama of War.” He has been honored numerous times by Communication Arts, PDN, Graphis, American Photo, POY, and The World Press Photo Foundation. He has also adapted to the Internet driven media world, and was recently named as one of the “Top 5 Most Socially Influential Photographers” by Eye-Fi and one of the “Top 20 Influential Photographers” by, in addition to winning “2015 Photographer of the Year” by PMDA. McNally’s combined social media following is more than a ½ million to date and his popularity continues to grow as he pursues directing a variety of film projects.

Home is a quiet town in Connecticut which he shares with his wife, and Sammy the cat, where he remains enthusiastic about the next assignment.

View/download full prospectus here.