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Color: The Spice of Light

Juror: Bruce K. Haley, Jr.
Exhibit Open 11/16-12/10
Artists Reception 11/21 3-5PM

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Color: The Spice of Light

  • Resilience

    Glenn Williams Caldwell, Texas USA It was hot. Really hot. I could feel the heat penetrating my shoes. Light was reflecting from the ground causing everything to have an eerie red orange glow. The Coral Pink Sand Dunes where few things, such as insignificant weeds can survive.

  • tree seven

    Lisa Sheirer Thurmont, MD USA Through the use of high order, symmetry, and repetition, photographs of nature are abstracted. I use PhotoShop as a lathe, sculpting the images into a deeply personal yet universal work.

  • Liquid light

    Haydee Yordan San Juan, Puerto Rico USA Abstract close up shot of shallow water of wave arriving and meeting the sand in Puerto Rico´s tropical seashore. The images shows color reflections of clouds, sky and sand.

  • The Color Gold

    Sandra Freeman Dallas, TX USA Digital color photography of hibiscus bloom in natural light.

  • Flows Of the Mind

    Sebastian Ventrone South Burlington, vermont USA The beauty of nature with a twist of imagination. This image starts off as broken torn out tree roots, covered with snow, and ends as the twisted flowing nerves of the mind.

  • Phlorum Dansorum

    wendy james Essex Jct., Vt USA In this digital photomontage, I combined my photographs of flower parts in Photoshop to create an imaginary species.

  • Water colors

    Haydee Yordan San Juan, Puerto Rico USA Abstract shot of colors and patterns of reflections in the tropical seashores, Isla Verde Beach, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  • Aureate

    Lawrence Yeung Singapore, Singapore Singapore Against the blue sky, the lone yellow aspen stood majestically.

  • Equinox

    Lawrence Yeung Singapore, Singapore Singapore At-30 degree Celsius, standing all alone on the gigantic piece of ice, all I could hear was the chilling wind gusting past me. As I waited, in the distance, the sun lit the mountains red. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lolrence/

  • Effulgence

    Lawrence Yeung Singapore, Singapore Singapore For 3 days, Yosemite was engulfed in a thick snow storm. On the day of my departure, I decided to give the location one last chance. The storm has already cleared, and I was greeted with a breath-taking view. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lolrence/

  • Just Perfect

    Kristin Kaczmarek Cranston, RI USA Through visual manipulation,the images' 'spirit of place' was preserved and now represents that dreamlike moment of peace and tranquility that was felt when it was taken.

  • Lion Sense

    Bryan Ballinger Huntington, in USA I love finding dynamic colors and textures within nature. A mix of earthy tones and golden textures.

  • Fanning Streams

    Bryan Ballinger Huntington, in USA I love finding dynamic colors and textures within nature. Overlapping edges of orange and decay.

  • Purple Petals

    Bryan Ballinger Huntington, in USA I love finding dynamic colors and textures within nature. An image of wings and pollen.

  • tree six

    Lisa Sheirer Thurmont, MD USA Through the use of high order, symmetry, and repetition, photographs of nature are abstracted. I use PhotoShop as a lathe, sculpting the images into a deeply personal yet universal work.

  • Fall Dynamic

    Rebecca Epstein Washington, DC USA

  • Autumn Aster

    Jim Shirey Athens, OH USA

  • Flight of the Moth Mullein

    Jim Shirey Athens, OH USA

  • Admired Sunset

    Glenn Williams Caldwell, Texas USA Of course I'm sure no giraffe is capable of comprehending the magnificence of a beautiful sunset, but with those spread white ears it seems within the realm of possibility.

  • Flow

    jeffrey Sutton Istanbul, NA Turkey

  • Black Mangrove

    Paul Aho Paducah, KY USA Black Mangrove is one of 20 paintings and photographic works commissioned by Florida's Art in State Buildings Program seeking to bring greater awareness to the environmental dangers facing Florida's Indian River Lagoon. Archival ink jet print, 09

  • After the Rain Intense Preservation

    Debra Kayata Ocean City, NJ USA Digitally Manipulated Photography. Archival Digital Pigment Print. Epson UltraChrome K3 Pigment Ink printed on Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag Paper.

  • Orchid Intense Up Close and Personal

    Debra Kayata Ocean City, NJ USA Digitally Manipulated Photography. Archival Digital Pigment Print. Epson UltraChrome K3 Pigment Ink printed on Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag Paper.

  • Sandstone

    Yiannis Logiotatides Athens, Attiki Greece The photo demonstrates the stratification of rock, in detail, which has been created during the centuries, at the ancient city of Petra in Jordan. The richness of natural colors on this particular stratification, creates an amazing aesthetic result.

  • Moonrise

    Susan Spong Monroe, Washington USA

  • Transition

    jeffrey Sutton Istanbul, NA Turkey

  • Middle Earth

    Jenn Grossman Brooklyn, NY USA South Island, New Zealand. Chromira Digital C Print, Kodak Ultra Endura Paper. 11X14 Limited Edition Print; no. 1/20.

  • Great Basin Sunset

    Nick Roberts Louisville, KY USA

  • Arizona's Canyon

    Andrew Langdal Scottsdale, AZ United States Thank you! For about 25 minutes just after sunset the clouds in the eastern sky made this pattern resembling the state flag of Arizona.

  • The Morning Colors

    Andrew Langdal Scottsdale, AZ United States Thank you! The pre-sunrise colors shine through a lone tree in the high desert of northern Arizona.

  • THE BLUE POOL

    CATHERINE MORRIS PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA Taken at Yellowstone National Park in June this year.

  • CANYON

    CATHERINE MORRIS PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA Taken in Yellowstone National Park 2010 in the Yellowstone Grand Canyon area.

  • FEATHERS

    CATHERINE MORRIS PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA Taken at Taronga Park Zoo Sydney, Australia January 2010.

  • Freedom

    Britt Nielsen Jericho, VT USA All images archival: printed on archival acid free paper and framed using archival mats and glass to ensure they last 100 or more years. Standard darkroom processing of digital images.

  • Revealing II

    Britt Nielsen Jericho, VT USA All images archival: printed on archival acid free paper and framed using archival mats and glass to ensure they last 100 or more years. Standard darkroom processing of digital images.

  • Watercolor Dream

    Britt Nielsen Jericho, VT USA All images archival: printed on archival acid free paper and framed using archival mats and glass to ensure they last 100 or more years. Standard darkroom processing of digital images.

  • Glowing Agave

    Samara A. Holbrook Plano, TX USA

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    Kelton Bumgarner Drayden, Maryland USA archival pigment print on dibond and waxed, in artist's frame

  • The Color of Spring

    Emilio Lovisa Vancouver, British Columbia Canada The out of focus effect draws the viewer’s attention to parts of the image other than the overpowering yellow and orange of the tulips in the foreground. The intent is to engage the viewer’s own imagination to the less obvious.

  • Through the Tulips

    Emilio Lovisa Vancouver, British Columbia Canada While nature grows and transforms with a pure intent, people rush through their lives with confused purpose.

  • Fire and Light

    JD Brummer Buffalo, NY USA An abstract, macro photograph highlighting intricate and artistic floral details presented exclusively by As Eye See Photography.

  • Whist 'n Weary

    JD Brummer Buffalo, NY USA The imagination could lead you into a distant horizon of despair and desolation. Only to discover instead, an abstract, macro photograph showcasing the artistry of a decaying Agave leaf presented exclusively by As Eye See Photography.

  • Reflections of Autumn

    Erik S. Lieber Brooklyn, NY USA Autumn colors in reflection melt together like crayons heated between sheets of wax paper.

  • Leaves in Water

    Erik S. Lieber Brooklyn, NY USA Water brightens the lost leaves of autumn and allows the colors to radiate forth.

  • Vigor

    Robin Ward Monterey, CA USA

  • Lulling Rhythms 18

    Robin Ward Monterey, CA USA

  • Summer Sunset

    Gerry Davis Williston, VT USA Winooski River, Richmond, Vermont

  • Green Forms # 3

    Dri Reynolds Athol, MA USA One in a series of 35mm negative photos about the possibilities of change, renewal and growth through the details of a Passion Fruit plant in Brazil. Awards: 1st Special Micro at IPA 2010 and 2nd at Viva El Arte - ArtsWorcester 2007. Edition 2/20.

  • Goliad In Spring

    Jon Holiday Fort Worth, TX USA Goliad is the spot of a historic battle in the Texas War for Independence from Mexico. The grounds surrounding this mission mark the actual battle, and I couldn't resist shooting this image with this foreground of rare springtime color.

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    Amy Fichter Menomonie, WI USA A few of my artistic intentions: to coax wonder out of the unassuming places of the world, to delight in the magic of light on film, to insist on finding the best point of view to tell my story.

As fine art nature photographers, we create emotions, feelings and memories. Sometimes Mother Nature gives us the perfect light, the perfect composition, the perfect colors, and we are able to present our experience exactly as the lens captured it. Unfortunately, most of the time, She doesn't. This doesn't lessen the excitement, the drama, we experienced at the moment of capture. At times like this, we have to go deep within ourselves to discover the colors, lines, and shapes that not only express what we experienced, but also transfer that emotion to the viewer.

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Juror's Statement:
Color: The Spice of Light
is an exercise in portraying nature, not necessarily in a realistic manner, but in a manner that portrays the excitement and creativity of the photographer at the moment of capture....expressing and portraying nature, in ways that the viewer hasn't seen or thought of. As a juror, I looked for images that I could emotionally relate to as well as images that expressed the creativity of the artist.


While I was given the opportunity to award two Juror Choice Awards, I feel that all the selected photographers expressed their creativity and emotional attachment to their work. I applaud them and I hope that you, the viewer, are able to see nature in a different light.


Bruce K. Haley Jr.

Exhibit Panorama


Resilience
Juror's Choice

Glenn Williams
Caldwell, Texas USA
tree seven
Juror's Choice

Lisa Sheirer
Thurmont, MD USA
Freedom
People's Choice

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA

lake eau galle

Amy Fichter
Menomonie, WI USA
Arizona's Canyon

Andrew Langdal
Scottsdale, AZ United States
The Morning Colors

Andrew Langdal
Scottsdale, AZ United States

Revealing II

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA
Watercolor Dream

Britt Nielsen
Jericho, VT USA
Lion Sense

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA

Fanning Streams

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA
Purple Petals

Bryan Ballinger
Huntington, in USA
THE BLUE POOL

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA

CANYON

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
FEATHERS

CATHERINE MORRIS
PYMBLE, NSW AUSTRALIA
After the Rain Intense Preservation

Debra Kayata
Ocean City, NJ USA

Orchid Intense Up Close and Personal

Debra Kayata
Ocean City, NJ USA
Green Forms # 3

Dri Reynolds
Athol, MA USA
The Color of Spring

Emilio Lovisa
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

Through the Tulips

Emilio Lovisa
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Reflections of Autumn

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Leaves in Water

Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

Summer Sunset

Gerry Davis
Williston, VT USA
Admired Sunset

Glenn Williams
Caldwell, Texas USA
Liquid light

Haydee Yordan
San Juan, Puerto Rico USA

Water colors

Haydee Yordan
San Juan, Puerto Rico USA
Fire and Light

JD Brummer
Buffalo, NY USA
Whist 'n Weary

JD Brummer
Buffalo, NY USA

Flow

jeffrey Sutton
Istanbul, NA Turkey
Transition
SOLD

jeffrey Sutton
Istanbul, NA Turkey
Middle Earth

Jenn Grossman
Brooklyn, NY USA

Autumn Aster

Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA
Flight of the Moth Mullein

Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA
Goliad In Spring

Jon Holiday
Fort Worth, TX USA

what I am I will be (1003001103_0001_0001)

Kelton Bumgarner
Drayden, Maryland USA
Just Perfect

Kristin Kaczmarek
Cranston, RI USA
Aureate

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore

Equinox

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore
Effulgence

Lawrence Yeung
Singapore, Singapore Singapore
tree six

Lisa Sheirer
Thurmont, MD USA

Great Basin Sunset
SOLD

Nick Roberts
Louisville, KY USA
Black Mangrove

Paul Aho
Paducah, KY USA
Fall Dynamic

Rebecca Epstein
Washington, DC USA

Vigor

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA
Lulling Rhythms 18

Robin Ward
Monterey, CA USA
Glowing Agave

Samara A. Holbrook, age 16
Plano, TX USA

The Color Gold

Sandra Freeman
Dallas, TX USA
Flows Of the Mind

Sebastian Ventrone
South Burlington, VT USA
Moonrise

Susan Spong
Monroe, Washington USA

Phlorum Dansorum

wendy james
Essex Jct., VT USA
Sandstone

Yiannis Logiotatides
Athens, Attiki Greece

Juror: Bruce K. Haley, Jr.
Bruce uses the camera lens as his paint brush. His bold and colorful presentation of nature has made his work much sought after throughout the United States. Since November of 2002, Bruce’s award winning art has appeared in over one-hundred exhibitions in West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Colorado, North Carolina Michigan, and California. His work is included in many corporate and private collections including six pieces purchased by the state of West Virginia for their permanent art collection. In Bruce’s words, “Photography isn’t about f/stops, shutter speeds or equipment. it’s about living, feeling, seeing. It’s about opening my mind to learning, not only about the people, places and things around me, but also, about me. Photography, for me, is life living, life giving.”

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