2020 Winter Exhibit

Juror: Ron Rosenstock- a photographer and a teacher who has studied photography for more than 50 years and has had 150 exhibitions of his work in museums and galleries in the United States and abroad. He has published six books featuring his photographs and has written numerous articles for photography magazines.

First Place:  Midnight in The Lamaire

Paul M. Murray

I was immediately drawn into the image as if It were my own personal experience of being there.  The photograph is straight forward and beautiful.

Second Place: Moonrise in Venice

Serena Charlebois

The photograph is grounded by the boat man and then my eye travels along the highlights reflecting off the water in the canal. Slowly I begin to see the details in the shadows as the image opens up for me

Third Place:  It’s snowing In the Greenhouse 

George Lowell

 A wonderful, playful image of color and design.

Honorable Mention:  Shadows on ‘Epiphany’

Alyce Athay-Croasdale


The sun’s light on the red sails creates an emotional response of warmth and well-being.

Honorable Mention: Green Apple #1 

Jane Viti

A wonderful play of light creates the chiaroscuro effect, the strong balance between light and dark.