The Ridgefield Guild of Artists
February 27 to March 28, 2021
In the Gallery and online
To view Cameraworks online, please click here
So much is happening in the world these days — mostly changes that are beyond our control. Perhaps in 2020 you had the chance to explore and see your creativity explode and were inspired to try new paths of artistic endeavors. CameraWorks 2021 seeks to show many types of photographic processes and methods and is open for all photographic mediums – film, digital, pinhole, lomography, photograms, encaustic, disposable, iphoneography, lenticular, photo transfers, videography. Surprise us with your talent and genius. Press the button and see where it takes you. Nothing is off limits as long as a camera is used in the process.
Andrew ‘Dizz’ Delaney
Director, Head of Creative and Production, Custom Solutions, Getty Images
Dizz currently overseas the creative execution of Getty Images bespoke content business in the Americas and APAC. Responsible for ensuring clients get the imagery and video they need from Getty Images global network of photographers.
For the last thirty years he has been part of the team responsible for the creation and development of Getty Images’ creative content. Working closely with photographers, filmmakers and art directors from across the globe, Dizz plays a critical role in ensuring that Getty Images and iStock continually evolve to meet the changing needs of Creatives around the world.
Dizz began his career in 1989 with Tony Stone Images in London moving to the U.S. in 1998. In 2006, he became Director of Photography for Getty Images’ Creative stills, based in Los Angeles. Now located in NY, he works across all Getty Images’ commercial Video and Photography collections.
Photography is a broad church. Anything and everything goes. When you are faced with such a beautiful range of perspectives and executions, choosing ‘the best’ is tough. Where to start? I always begin with ‘visceral reaction’, move on to ‘clarity of message’, hover over ‘sheer beauty of execution’ and end with ‘was anything funny?’.
Why funny? Because it’s the most difficult.
This year’s entries hit all of my touch points and some. From the considered silver? halide-based execution to the impromptu digital rendition, it was all there. Some were deliberate and some were accidental; all were supremely creative.
– Dizz Delaney
- Exhibition Dates at the Guild (no reception): Saturday, February 27 to Sunday, March 28
- Gallery will be open for viewing during regular hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 12-4pm with limited capacity in the galleries.
- Exhibition Closing: Sunday, March 28, 4 pm
- Pick-up of all unsold work*: Monday, March 29, from 5 to 7 and Tuesday, March 30, from 2 to 4 pm
*All work must be picked up during your appointment or a $20 late fee will be applied. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you cannot make your appointment, please make arrangements with a friend or family member to pick up your work for you. The Guild cannot be responsible for works left behind.
RGOA Policies/Sales & Indemnity
We reserve the right to refuse any accepted entries that are 1) improperly framed and/or 2) were misrepresented in the photo submission.
Terms: 1) Sales Commission: 60% to artist, 40% to RGA. 2) The Ridgefield Guild of Artists (RGA) agrees to handle all exhibitors’ work with care and caution; however, RGA is not responsible for damage to or theft of any work brought for exhibit or left at the Guild after the duration of the show. 3). By submitting online, you agree to RGA’s terms and conditions, which is required for participation in an RGA exhibit. 4) Sale of any work that has hung in the gallery as a part of this exhibition must be processed through the Guild for a period of 60 days following the conclusion of the show if the buyer saw the work during the exhibition.