We thought that it might be time to go back and show some of the past competitions held by Exhibitions Without Walls. Each month we will feature one past competition and to start off we would like to show IMPRESSIONS 2014 which ran from May 17 thru July 2014. This competition asked photographers and digital artists to make submissions to this competition based on their work in gathering impressions from all facets of our lives including nature, urban settings, architecture, and people around us.
(Left to right: Louise Williams- Best In Competition- Tree of Thorns; 2nd Place- Armineh Hovanesia- Take My Breath Away; 3rd Place- Hansa Tangmanpoowadol – Kindness)
Over 400 plus images were reviewed coming from many states as well as many countries. The three images appearing in this newsletter are Best In Competition, 2nd Place and 3rd Place. You can see more of this finalist exhibition by going to IMPRESSIONS, 2014
Patterns – Observed and Created – new competition
submissions period: July 5 – August 23
Finalist Exhibition: September 3 – October 15
Theme description: Everyone experiences patterns in life whether observed in nature, architecture, urban settings, crowds, flowers or when they are created.
more Information to come . . .
Bringing Simplicity to My Life and My Work
Ryn Clarke, Photography
” . . . I tend not to “limit” myself to one particular style. My landscapes are usually quiet meditations of nature, while my “close-ups” are fragmentary glimpses: partial branches, layerings of flower petals, things that wait patiently to be discovered. I am experimenting with iPhonography with great success.
Interview . . . .
Variety & Styles
Terry Pellmar, Photography/Digital Art/Mixed Media
“I began as a photographer but was captivated by the software tools that allowed me to alter the reality of a photo to convey what I saw in the scene. As I gained proficiency with digital paintbrushes and expanded my artistic skill sets, my work has become more expressive. My recent work incorporates mixed media approaches; I use acrylics and/or pastels to enhance the digital print. I am now experimenting with printing on unconventional papers and using acrylic skins to adhere an image to a surface that won’t feed through my printer.
Interview . . . .
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