Land and Sea- Fall 2018

Twenty-five Guild members submitted forty-two images for consideration for the gallery exhibit.  With only twenty four places in the room at the Edward King House there is not space for them all. 

Thank you to every member who participated in this exhibit.

Frank Leith, curator of the exhibit, selected the images as indicated below for the gallery and we are pleased to share them all online.   


Comments from Frank-Thank you for submitting images. It is your participation that makes these exhibits successful.
Please be aware that the comments are my personal thoughts and that someone else would probably have different ideas. The images are yours; my comments may be accepted, modified, or completely rejected by you. I hope the comments are helpful; please don't take offense at any of my "suggestions".

These images were selected for exhibition in the Edward King House gallery. 
The name of the photographer is listed next to each image.

Bill Shea

First Place: Very nice.  The ghostly images of the sailboats fading away has a sense of mystery.


Sylvia Hampton

Second Place: Nice composition with leading lines of the road and curve drawing the eye to the ruined house in the distance.


Daniel Forster

Third Place : Beautiful fiery sunset.  The offset dock leads your eye nicely into the sky and the anchored boats.


Rich Hudson

Honorable Mention: Nice pastel with an almost water color feel to it. Good composition with the tree and barn balancing each other.


 Bill Shea


Carol Chabot

 


Carol Chabot

 


Molly Robinson

 


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Peter Cinner

 


Jack Renner

 


Ben Buglio

 


 

Sue Ohama

 


Daniel Forster


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Don Heymann

 


 Don Heymann

 


  Jim Gedney

 


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  Jane Viti

 


  Jane Viti

 


Sylvia Hampton

 


Leslie Hollis

 


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  Carole P. Kenny, Autumn Aspens in Colorado

 


  Carole P. Kenny, A bit of Maine

 


Barbara Renner

 


  Barbara Renner

 



We are pleased to share these images as part of our online exhibit. They are not exhibited in the gallery.

Jim Gedney

 


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Andy Lowen

 


Andy Lowen

 


David Pinkham

 


Peter Cinner

 


Molly Robinson

 


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Howard Rotblat-Walker

 


 

George Lowell

 


George Lowell


Debbie Filkins

 


Debbie Filkins

 


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Hilja Bergey

 


Hilja Bergey

 


Kathleen Caswell


Kathleen Caswell


These images were submitted after the deadline for inclusion in the gallery.

Cindy H. Wilson

 


Jody Brown

 


Jody Brown

 

 

Welcome to highlights of the 2017-2018 season of online images from Guild members.

Displayed are those images selected as outstanding by each judge.


Highlights of the Spring 2018 exhibit

Comments by Paul Murray

1st place image by John Jordan


2nd place by Kathy Caswell


3rd place image by John Jordan

complete spring exhibit here


Fall 2017 comments by Jack Renner

image by Steve Bienenfeld
FIRST PLACE.  Tells a great story!  The proprietor obviously bored out of his mind, and the photo not only captures where he is working but his reaction as well!


 

image by Carol Chabot
SECOND PLACE.  Very nice with leading lines from canoes.  Some slight highlight burnout, but not a deal breaker.


image by Carol Chabot
THIRD PLACE.  Nice black and white.  Tells a story, but would have been better to crop in closer on the person.  Too much “other” stuff in the image.


To view the entire Fall exhibit, select this link.

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Winter 2018 comments by Frank Leith

image by Sandi King

First Place- Lovely photo that the more I look at it the more I like it. Excellent colors and tones. Very simple and elegant.


image by Richard Perry, Avon Window

Second Place -Very nice abstract with strong lines and shadows. The square opening nicely balances the lines from the upper left.


image by Richard Perry, Linens

Third Place- Very nice photo that makes you stop and speculate.  Straightening the pillar on the left would help as the tilt is distracting. I think there is some detail in the large window that might be brought out to reduce the grey blob effect.


image by Patty Weiss

Honorable Mention- The eyes have it. Great placement of subject and background. Straightening the image would help as the non-vertical line is distracting.


To view all the images from the Winter exhibit, select this link.


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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