Nov. Blog update-additional awards-Masters Cup Color Awards

World’s Leading Creatives Honor Best Images

At The Industry’s Most Watched Photoshow

Celebrating its 5th year, Photography Masters Cup is the leading international award honoring color photography. This celebrated event shines a spotlight on the best professional and amateur photographers in a prestigious annual contest and globally webcast event. Last year’s Photoshow attracted over 40,000 viewers from 154 countries who logged on live to see the Winners Gala.

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With a collective Jury of the world’s most recognized experts from National Geographic Channel to Hasted Hunt Kraeutler in New York, the Masters Cup is the industry’s most authoritative and important photographic event for color photography and brings to light the best work of the year as nominated by the esteemed international panel.

I was thrilled to be awarded 4 awards in the following categories Nature, Abstract, and Wildlife for the 3rd year in a row.

In the Category of “Children of the World” – “Penitente Children”

 

In the Category of “Nature” – “Two Yellow Mushroom”

 

In the Category of “Nature” – “White Upside Down Mushroom”

 

In the Category of “People” – “At The Jewish Museum Berlin”

 

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October Update

The International Photography Awards conducts an annual competition for professional, non- professional, and student photographers on a global level, creating one of the most ambitious and comprehensive competitions in the photography world today. Five of my images won eight professional awards in different categories in the 2011 International Photography Awards.

“Brussel Sprout with Stalks” 20011

“Hanging In The Bank” 2011

“MOMA Courtyard” 2011

 

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Thoughts about 9/11

With this sad anniversary coming up, it remains an American historical bookmark of loss, courage, regeneration, erosion of personal security/privacy, and yes, these things can happen here…

All images were taken in New York and Chicago 2001-2003.

 

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May Update

“Center Forward” exhibition, opening April 29-June 11, 2011

Opening reception June 3, from 6-9 PM.

The Center for Fine Art Photography, 400 North College Avenue

Fort Collins, CO 80524,   970. 224.1010

 

My work is included in the “Center Forward” exhibition that runs from April 29-June 11, 2011. The Center for Fine Art Photography always has wonderful and stimulating  exhibitions-if anyone is in the area, please stop by and you won’t be disappointed with any of their shows! The image included in this show is from a new series called “Edible Botanicals” which focuses on food as a world wide scarcity.  It is a work in progress and will include images of soil and water, topics of concern for raising food and supporting populations.  This particular image is of “Bitter Melon,” a vegetable I was not familar with, but I found the warty, textured skin fascinating.

 

 

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Future Forward Juried Members showcase

My work has been selected for the Future Forward Juried Members showcase on Silver Eye’s New Works Gallery Online. Starting at the end of February, for two month my portfolio will be available. Silver Eye is located in Pittsburgh, PA.

 

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One of the Top 100 International Photographers

One Life selected me as one of the top 100 international photographers.

One Life is an international call for photography that delves into the lives of the global community. Artists Wanted and PDN Magazine have partnered to bring photographers together to submit images illustrating their lives, loves and passions. The world is changing, but the power of images is constant. Photography allows us to transcend barriers and demonstrate that, with all our differences, we are one community, one world, One Life.

 

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photo la 2011

Women In Photography International will have a booth at photo la +artLA Projects 2011 from Jan. 13-17, 2011. My photograph “Little Eve” will be included in the show.

2011 “black & white & color”

Nature/Scenic Category

First Place-”Last Days of Summer”, Joyce P. Lopez

Last Days of Summer

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SOHO Photo Small Works International Competition 2011

15 White Street
New York, NY 10013
212.226.8571
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 1 – 6 pm

Exhibition dates: Feb. 1-Feb.26, 2011

My piece, “Dark Object” was selected for this competition and received an Honorable Mention. This is from a new series about monolithic objects.  These images are printed on matte archival paper which gives the surface a velvet quality.

In an era when large prints, really large prints, are in vogue, there is still a group of photographers who enjoy the discipline of creating small masterpieces. To afford them a measure of recognition, Soho Photo is initiating its Annual National Small Works Competition in February, 2011.

The Competition has no limit as to subject matter or technique, but the finished print size cannot be larger than 6 inches in each direction. Mattes and frames cannot exceed 12 inches in each direction. Our juror will be selecting the images to be exhibited and will award prizes as well.

The Juror: Richard Klein Exhibitions Director, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art Ridgefield, CT. Richard Klein is a Connecticut-based artist, curator, writer and Exhibitions Director of The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT.The Aldrich is one of the few non-collecting contemporary art museums in the United States.

Soho Photo Gallery is the oldest artist-run photography gallery in New York City. It was established in 1971 by a group of photojournalists and avant garde photographers who were seeking an alternative gallery space in which to exhibit their work.

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The Worldwide Photography Awards-The Dominant Color competition

The Worldwide Photography Awards-The Dominant Color competition

Lifeguard House-Blue

Gold Honorable Mention

WPGA recognizes artists’ talent through competitions juried by industry leaders, exposing their work in the media, publishing their work, hosting  collective exhibitions, and by exhibiting their work to an extensive international audience through WonderPick Gallery, an art portal where selected artworks can be viewed online and purchased (to be launched shortly). WPGA believes that its competitions cannot avoid recognizing photography’s history. As such, WPGA strongly feels it has a social responsibility to the most needy throughout world. To help in fulfilling its social responsibility, WPGA has chosen the nongovernmental organization Save the Children as beneficiary of ten percent of the proceeds from the contest revenues.

2260 images received from 38 countries http://www.thegalaawards.net/

Participating Countries: Argentina, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Greece, Hungary, India,  Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, United States, and Venezuela.

Lifeguard House-Blue

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Photocenter NW exhibition Dec 2010

IN THE GALLERY…
15TH ANNUAL MEMBERS’ JURIED SHOW
DEC. 3 – JAN. 15

900 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

Juror: Crista Dix, wall space gallery

Artists Reception & Awards: Friday, Dec. 3, 6-8 PM

Artists:
Julie Barnofski, Anita Bingaman, Brian Buckley, Minh Carrico, Ineke de Lange,
Yvette Marie Dostatni, Doug Ethridge, Elizabeth Fleming, Dave Kennedy, Jamie Kenningham, Scott Kuehner, Larry Larsen, Joyce Lopez, Kerry Mansfield, Landon Nordeman, Rosanne Olson, Zoe Perry-Wood, Doug Plummer, Kate Pollard, Sarah Pollman, Stan Raucher, Ron Reeder, William Rugen, Michelle Sank,
Thomas Schworer, Gopal Seshadrinathan, Michael Stojanovich, Cass Walker,
John Wilmot

Juror Bio: Crista Dix is the Founder and Director of wall space gallery in Seattle, Washington and now in Santa Barbara, California.  She has been a member of numerous panels and discussions, juried creative competitions, most recently for Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, and has participated in major portfolio reviews across the country in Houston, Portland, Los Angeles, Santa Fe and New Orleans.

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