September 12, 2014 through October 07, 2014


An International Exhibit of Alternative Process Photography
September 13 – October 7, 2014
Juried by S. Gayle Stevens

Congratulations to all of the artists and thanks for making this such a beautiful exhibit

Award Winners

Emily Gomez • Milledgeville, Ga. • 1st Juror’s Award • Keowee Town, Salem, South Carolina, 2006 • Cyanotype on Vellum

Vicki Reed • Cedarburg, Wi. • 2nd Juror’s Award • Walking on Water • Encaustic

Sara Silks • Overland Park, Ks. • 3rd Juror’s Award • Private Moment • Gum Bichromate over Cyanotype

Sally Miller • Seattle, Wa. • Honorable Mention • The Clamdiggers • Lith Print

Adam Finkleston • Roeland Park, Ks. • Honorable Mention • Manifestation #4 • Salted paper Print over Cyanotype

Mariana Bartolomeo • Tuscon Ar. • Hydrangea • Honorable Mention • Photogram, mixed process & Solarization

Congratulations to the following photographers accepted into Altered Views

Jody Ake • Jenny Bacon • Helene Barrette • Mariana Bartolomeo • Lindsey Beal
Connie Begg • Mark Perkins Benton • Rich Bergeman • Anne Berry • Ray Bidegain
Michelle Smith-Lewis • Patricia Brown • David Brunell • Claudia Danielson • Patsy Davis
Maureen Delaney • Steve Engleman • Adam Finkleston • Emily Gomez • Brian David Griffith
Brett Henrikson • Adam Holtzman • Craig Huber • Jaime Johnson • Katie Kalkstein
Daniel Kuczynski • Liz Liquori & Jessie Mann • Ky Lewis • Erin Malone • Marek Matusz
Erin McGuire • James Mignogna • Sally Miller • Mary Ann Mitchell • Jennifer R. Myhre
Nadezda Nikalova • Michelle Rogers Pritzl • Vicki Reed • Brenda Roger • Donna Lee Rollins
Euphus Ruth • Catie Sampson • Norman Sarachek • Judy Sherrod • Sara Silks • Joan Bowers
Evan Stanfield • Judy Rowe Taylor • Kathleen Malan Thompson • Alex Timmermans
Melanie Walker • Marydorsey Wanless • Jeanne Wells • Rebecca Zeiss • Zoe Zimmerman

This Exhibit was part of the 2014 NorthWest Symposium for Alternative Process Photography hosted by LightBox Photographic Gallery in Astoria, Oregon from September 12 -14th, 2014. We are honored to have S. Gayle Stevens, photographic educator and one of the nations’ finest alternative process photographic artists, as juror for this Exhibit.

S. Gayle Stevens has worked in antiquarian photographic processes for over fifteen years. Her chosen medium is wet plate collodion for its fluidity and individuality. She exhibits extensively across the United States, United Kingdom, the Netherlands and China. Ms. Stevens received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999. She is an educator, speaker, juror, curator and an active member of the photographic community. Named one of the Critical Mass Top Fifty Photographers for 2010, she received second place in the Lens Culture International Exposure Awards in 2011 and was named a finalist for the Clarence John Laughlin Award in 2012.

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