February 11, 2017 through March 08, 2017

The Photographic Nude 2017

Thomas Robinson – Salt and Shadow

Dedicated in Memory of Ruth Bernhard and her Creative Spirit

Juror: Kim Weston

Juror’s Award : Thomas Robinson • Bend, Or. • Salt and Shadow

Honorable Mention : Beamie Young • Dickerson, Md. • Kafka Light

Honorable Mention : Karen Hymer • Tuscon, Az. • Food and Flesh

Honorable Mention : Barbara Hazen • Mill Valley, Ca. • Nude with Dogwood


The Photographic Nude 2017 Exhibit has been featured in Blur Magazine and a Show Catalog has been published.


Congratulations to all the Photographers exhibiting in The Photographic Nude 2017

Daniel Grant • Debra Achen • Donald MacDonald • David Tucker • Allan Barnes
Felix Martin • George Johnson • C. Joseph Gough • Milan Sabata • Håkon Røisland
Scott Stillman• Barbara Hazen • Dan McCormack • Thomas Robinson • Scott Foltz
Steve Lease • Dave Aimone • Jim Hamstra • Alex Davis • Melanie Jane Frey
Da’Rrell L. Privott • Antal Szaszko • Gene Newell • Vienne Rea • William Earl
Ray Bidegain • R W Hawkins • Behram Decosta • Ralph Mercer • Andrew Janjigian
Eric McCollum • Dave Rudin • Alice Di Certo • Lauryn Hare • Jeffrey Graves
Beamie Young • Lance Pressl • Karen Hymer • Robert Dutruch • Dave Foss
Gary Schubert • Trey Squire • Marcie Rich • Michael Duncan • Jana Wallace
James Walker • Kristopher Dahl • Magnus Snorrason • James Arzente • Greg Hensel
J W Purdy • Marianne McCoy • Michelle Magdalena • Michael Datoli • Michael Puff

The Photographic Nude is a juried exhibit exploring the artistic and creative view of the body and its form, celebrating the nude in photography by embracing a variety of styles. We welcome the timeless elegance of a classical study as well as alternative and provocative styles. Studies of the whole or partial human form, nude or semi-nude are eligible.

We are honored and excited to have Kim Weston as juror.

“I find it a great challenge to jury other photographers’ work. Influenced by the classical nude study, I always keep an open mind while I am jurying a show. My objective was not only to pick what I saw as the strongest images, but also what the overall show would look like, which is a difficult task. There were many wonderful photographs to choose from and I thank everyone for participating. I think the show has a wonderful diversity of work and inspiring examples of the nude figure.” ~ Kim Weston

The Photographic Nude 2017 Exhibit will be published in Blur magazine in the Spring of 2017.


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