So, it turns out that the real trick to having one's work shown in adjudicated, national exhibitions is to submit works to adjudicated, national exhibitions. Happy to announce that work from my Suwannee River expedition is still finding an audience at the national level. This week, work was accepted into PhotoSpiva 2016, which is the longest running national photography competition in the nation.
We've had a great deal of rain in the region and I'm waiting for the rivers to go back down a bit before heading out to shoot. On a positive note, the WayDown work created on the Suwannee River continues to be accepted into National exhibitions, which is very exciting. Currently there are pieces from the portfolio in the New Hampshire Art Institute 2015 Biennial Exhibition, the 5th Annual Armstron National 2-D Competition, and in March there will be a piece in the 2nd Biennial Wings and Water Exhibition. Karen and I are pulling together information to submit our application for Backcountry Wilderness permits for our upcoming trip to Yosemite in July. Anyone in the local area, I will be making some small, silverprints for auction by the WWALS Watershed Coalition February 27th at Valdosta State University.