Earth, Air and Water:A Celebration of Tri-State Wildlife and Nature
Juried Photography Show
Juror: Andrew Darlow
This reception has been rescheduled to Friday, Feb 19th 6-9 PM
The opening is friday February 5, 6-8pm and the show runs through February 27, 2016 at the Main Street Gallery, 213 Main Street Huntington, NY 11743. All are welcome to attend. This is a free event.
Congratulations to the following photographers whose work has been chosen to appear in this show: Talia Amorosano, Irene Andreadis, Debra Baer, Amy Bisagni, Holly Black, Winifred Boyd, Laura Rittenhouse Burke, Terry Canavan, Dorothy M. Chanin, Tom Colligan, Joseph Cutolo, Leonard Digiovanna, Jessie Edelstein, Monica Friedrich, Jay Gammill, Shannon Gannon, Susan Geffken Burton, Phyllis Goodfriend, George Gough, Jovanna Hopkins, Patrick Keeffe, John Killelea, Susan Kozodoy Silkowitz, Julia Lang-Shapiro, Mark Lefkin, Matthew Levine, Elizabeth Milward, Vera Mingovits, Trish Minogue Collins, Howard Pohl, Tom Reichert, Burt Reminick, Spencer Ross, Max Schauder, Harry Schuessler, Ruth Siegel, Don Thiergard, E. Beth Thomas, Susan Tiffen, Mac Titmus, Pamela Waldroup, Joan Weiss.
“Photography is like magic. In a fraction of a second, a moment can be captured that will never be repeated exactly the same way again. This is especially true when our images include wildlife and nature.
The entries for this show truly showcased the natural beauty and splendor of NY, NJ and CT. In addition to many spectacular images of animals, flowers and breathtaking water scenes, I selected some photographs that include people and man-made structures. This balance between the human and natural worlds fascinates me, and I really look forward to viewing the exhibition on the gallery walls.
I’d like to sincerely thank the Huntington Arts Council for the honor of being the juror for this show, and thank you to all who entered.” Juror Andrew Darlow’s statement.
About the Juror: Andrew Darlow is a NJ-based photographer and digital imaging consultant. His photography has been exhibited internationally and has been featured in numerous magazines and websites. He has lectured and conducted seminars and
workshops around the world including The Arles Photo Festival (France), School of Visual Arts, Columbia University and the International Center of Photography (ICP in New York).