NEW HOPE, PA — The Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition is accepting submissions for the demonstrate juried by an internationally-acclaimed Nationwide Geographic and Smithsonian photographer.
The photographer Bob Krist will be in charge of accepting submissions. He’s received awards in the Images of the 12 months, Interaction Arts and Earth Push Photograph competitions, was named “Vacation Photographer of the 12 months” by the Culture of American Vacation Writers three times, and was honored at the Eisenstadt Awards for Magazine Photography.
Submissions shut Feb. 28 for the demonstrate, which will take location Apr. 2 through Apr. 22.
“This will be the 1st time since its founding that the prestigious pictures exhibit will be viewed each on website at the historic Phillips’ Mill in New Hope, Pennsylvania, as very well as on the net and obtainable to the world,” in accordance to a news release.
Proven in 1991 to boost images as a high-quality artwork, the juried exhibition celebrates “Photography as Artwork, Photographer as Artist” as its recurring concept. More than the many years, the display has grown and received around the world recognition — and is now thought of the leading once-a-year juried images exhibition in Bucks County and further than.
This calendar year, Phillips’ Mill is thrilled to have Krist as its decide. His latest guide, Old Souls & Timeless Locations, gained the Very best Journey Guide of 2020 in the Lowell Thomas Vacation Journalism levels of competition sponsored by the Journalism Faculty at the College of Missouri.
“With a digicam in hand, Bob’s infectious smile and affable demeanor immediately open doors for him,” claimed Spencer Saunders, founder of the Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition. “The stories he tells and the images he shares from inside of all those doors are riveting. Bob could make a excursion to the hardware retail outlet sound and glance stunning!”
The details of the connect with for artwork and the submissions for up to 6 images can be uncovered on the net.
The Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition will take place Apr. 2 by Apr. 22 at Phillips’ Mill, 2619 River Rd — and on the internet. There will be an opening night time reception and a meet-and-greet, with more specifics on the Phillips’ Mill web site.