The Art Guild announces ‘Shedding Light on the Subject’ juried exhibit

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The Art Guild invites all photographers to enter “Shedding Light on the Subject,” a juried competition and exhibition.

Angle, standpoint, viewpoint. What makes your photographic perspective special and captivating? We’re looking for creativity and originality – work that reflects your unique approach and style.

All photographers 18 years and older (high school students ages 14-18 years may enter in the student category) are invited to submit up to three photographic works for consideration.

The deadline for submissions is midnight Jan. 12. A prospectus can be downloaded at TheArtGuild.org.

Juror of awards Katherine Criss is a fine art photographer with more than sixty years professional experience in photography, painting and in creating opportunities for artists to share their vision.

After completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, she established a freelance photography business and consulted on projects such as a collection of vintage photographs for the National Board of the YMCA. 

She joined Professional Women Photographers and served as president for seven years. She is a member of the b.j.spoke gallery in Huntington, and founded the ongoing Artist Circle group that meets regularly at the gallery.

She has images in the collection of La Maison Europeene de la Photography. Her work may be viewed at katherinecriss.com.

The exhibit will be on view at The Art Guild’s home, Elderfields Preserve, 200 Port Washington Blvd., Manhasset, NY 11030, from Feb. 3 through 25. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment. An Artists’ Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held on Feb. 3 from 3 to 5 p.m.

The gallery was voted Best Art Gallery 2017, in Blank Slate Media’s annual competition. For more updates and information call (516) 304-5797 or visit their website TheArtGuild.org or their Facebook page.

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