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TPS Exhibtions > Members' Only Show

The 24th Members' Only Show
An exhibition juried by Dr.Clark Baker, Susan Mullary and Susan Dunerley Maguire that will open at Martin Museum of Art at Baylor Univeristy in Waco, TX in June 2010.

The 24th Members' Only Show

Click Here to view a Gallery of the Accepted Entries.
Thank you to all who entered and for your support of the Texas Photographic Society. Congratulations to the 63 artist whose work was selected for the exhibition. We look forward to an outstanding exhibition and will keep all informed about the exhibit in Waco, Texas. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Sincerely,
D. Clarke Evans
Amber Gibson

24th Members' Only Show Calendar
May 24
Prints due in San Antonio, TX.

June 08
24 MOS opens at Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

June 10
Artist Reception for 24th Members' Only Show at Martin Museum, 5-7p.

July 10
Show closes at Martin Museum.

If Your Work is Accepted:

1. Send one exhibition print for each accepted photograph.

2. Prints must be mounted and overmatted using white matte board 16"x 20" with at least 2" of border showing on all sides of the print. Maximum print size is 12"x16". Smaller prints, 3"x5" for example, are acceptable as long as they are mounted and overmatted to the 16"x20" size.

3. Include return postage for prints to be shipped back to you after the exhibition. Prints WITHOUT Return Postage will not be returned. We will not be accepting FedEx numbers because of reoccuring issues in the past. Prints will be returned in the container in which they were received. Do NOT frame the print.

4. Send $5 for each print accepted to defray exhibition expense.

5. When packing your print – Do NOT use Styrofoam peanuts or your box will be thrown away.

6. The print must reach us by May 24, 2009.

Send your print to:

Texas Photographic Society
6338 N. New Braunfels # 174
San Antonio TX 78209
Questions? Call Clarke at 210-824-4123

Sales
TPS encourages the sale of exhibited photographs. The commission charged will be 50% of the sales price. Print your name, address, telephone numbers (work and home), and sales amount on the back of each matt board. If your print is Not-For-Sale (NFS) state so, but list a dollar amount for insurance. If you do not list a dollar amount, the art work will be listed as Not-For-Sale.

Liability
TPS will exercise all due care in handling slides and prints, but will not be responsible for loss or damage or replacement. Please submit duplicate slides and prints.

Reproduction
TPS retains the right to display, project and reproduce work accepted for this exhibition for publicity and promotional purposes only. Individual photographers retain Copyrights to their individual works.

Accepted Artists

Name City ST
Image Number
Title Process Award
Jan Anderson-Paxson Lufkin TX
9
Angles and Curves Digital pigment print.  
William Anthony, MD Amarillo TX
1
Shadows Digital pigment print.  
Richard A. Ashmore Orange TX
9
Hurricane Ike Debris Fields, Port Bolivar Community Cemetery, 2008 Digital pigment print on cotton rag paper.  
Angela Bacon-Kidwell Wichita Falls TX
1
Devotion Digital pigment print on Crane Museo Silver rag paper. Honorable Mention
Marti Belcher Vienna VA
1
Young Monk Digital pigment print.  
Tami Bone Austin TX
4
Barrettes Digital pigment print on cotton rag paper.  
Al Braden Austin TX
1
El Paso Triptych 1–Border Images 2009 Digital pigment print on rag paper.  
John Bridges Little Rock AR
2
Levitate #2 Silver gelatin print.  
Patricia Brown Austin TX
4
Stevenson Avenue Digital pigment print.  
Bill Bruzy Austin TX
1
Red Gloves Sorcerer Type C-print.  
Chris Burt Plano TX
6
Futuro House Digital pigment print. Honorable Mention
Joel Butler Las Vegas NV
5
Mail Box Selenium toned silver gelatin print.  
Polly Chandler Austin TX
1
Redemption Giclee print.  
Margo Cooper Nashua NH
3
Latisha and Twins Silver gelatin print. Honorable Mention
Francis Crisafio Pittsburg PA
2
The Children of Manchester #2 Digital pigment print.  
Carol Crosthwait Waco TX
3
Two Old Crones Sepia toned silver gelatin print.  
Karen Divine Boulder CO
4
Pig Digital pigment print.  
Estelle Dougier Boulogne France
6
Sur le fil du temps Type C-print.  
Desiree Edkins Scottsdale AZ
1
Paper Type C-print.  
Yolande Eliezer Paris France
4
The Young Boy, Oklahoma Digital pigment print on fine art paper.  
Mary Farmilant Chicago IL
1
Room 1107, 2004 Digital pigment print.  
Amy Holmes George McKinney TX
5
Bologna, Italy Platinum/palladium print.  
Paul Greenberg Dallas TX
1
Dog and People Walking, Seattle Silver gelatin print.  
Aubrey E. Guthrie II, MD Hurst TX
2
Illusions Digital pigment print.  
Gray Hawn Austin TX
3
Mayan Prayers Infrared digital pigment print.  
Susan Hillyard Santa Cruz CA
3
Gladding McBeau #3 Digital pigment print.  
Sharon Joines Wharton TX
7
Mack, Genoa, NV Digital pigment print.  
David Keenan Austin TX
2
Boots+Dog Digital pigment print.  
Herman Krieger Eugene OR
3
Wingding Silver gelatin print.  
Andrea Land Springfield MO
4
Sophie Type C-print. Honorable Mention
Sarah-Marie Land Saint Louis MO
5
Elizabeth Digital pigment print.  
Nellie Large Portland ME
3
Dress Up, 2009 Digital pigment print.  
Susan Lirakis Center Sandwich NH
4
Faith & Renewal Digital pigment print on rag paper.  
Wayne Loucas Garland TX
1
Elvis and Green Balloons Digital pigment print.  
Elliott McDowell Santa Fe NM
1
Storm Eye Digital pigment print.  
Barry McNew Greenville TX
1
Lost Thoughts Digital pigment print.  
Blue Mitchell Portland OR
2
Subaqueous Canopy Type C-print.  
Jill Tucker Moore St. Francisville LA
1
Jayce, St. Francisville, Louisiana Type C-print.  
Maylee Noah Redmond WA
4
Touch Digital pigment print  
Donald E. Norris Hattiesburg MS
4
Baptist Church, Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi, 2009 Digital pigment print  
Blake Ogden Cambridge MA
1
A Moment Shared: My Grandmother as a Young Woman Digital pigment print.  
Nancy Pasel Longview TX
2
Cubby Digital pigment print.  
Emma Powell Middlebury VT
1
Two Trees Digital pigment print on rag paper.  
Sandy Powers San Antonio TX
3
Pacific Paradise Digital pigment print.  
Stan Raucher Seattle WA
6
Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn Digital pigment print.  
Ellen Rennard Groton MA
10
Ponce, 2007 Silver gelatin print. Third Place
Paul Rose Lakewood CO
4
Gammaglobulin 2 Digital pigment print.  
Lee Saloutos Richmond VA
3
Gas Chamber, Wyoming Frontier Prison, #2 Digital ultrachrome pigment print. Honorable Mention
Jenny Sampson Berkeley CA
5
Three Blue Dogs, Mardi Gras, New Orleans, 2009 Selenium toned silver gelatin print.  
Zev Schmitz Baltimore MD
3
Tactile Horizon, 2009 Platinum/Palladium print.  
Debora Schwedhelm Lansing KS
5
Through the Clouds Digital pigment print on cotton rag velvet paper.  
Amanda Stahl Johnson City TX
3
The Birdcage Digital pigment print.  
Jim Stanton Lubbock TX
5
Encasement Digital pigment print.  
Steve Strom Sonoita AZ
1
Haleakala Crater, Maui, HI Digital pigment print from 4x5 transparency.  
Tom Urgo Brooklyn NY
1
The Matriarch, from the Secrets of the House series Photo montage print.  
Bill Vaccaro Chicago IL
5
Locker Room Jesus Digital pigment print.  
Michel Verhoef Netherlands  
2
Tango II Digital pigment print. First Place
Paul Wainwright Atkinson NH
10
Box Pews, Looking Down, Rocky Hill Meeting House 1785, Amesbury, Massachusetts, 2004 Selenium toned silver gelatin print.  
Jacqueline Walters San Francisco CA
3
Trying to Keep Dry Digital pigment print.  
Marydorsey Wanless Topeka KS
5
Of Ebbs and Flows #5 Tintype.  
Kristin Ware Austin TX
4
Narrow Streams Digital pigment print on fiber paper.  
Sandra Chen Weinstein Lake Forrest CA
4
Strangers in a Strange Land #4 Giclee print. Second Place
Jack Wills Philadelphia PA
6
The Snake Digital pigment print.  
Linda Winski Dallas TX
3
The Train Giclee print.  

To view the accepted images, click here.

Juror's Pre-Jurying Comments:
When I was younger, I wondered why anyone would feel compelled to write when they could photograph. My stance has softened somewhat over the years but I still appreciate the magical and transcendent work of photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ernst Haas and Robert Frank, the spontaneous street photography of Helen Levitt and the starkness of a Walker Evans’ landscape.

Dr. Clark Baker
Chair, Department of Jounalism, Baylor University

As an artist I am interested in the broad contemporary discourse that photography provides and as a viewer and juror, I look for images that ask me to participate and to engage in that visual dialogue in a new way. I look for work that touches my senses and tests my understanding; strong, articulate photographs that compel me to seek and consider another’s vision, to be informed by beauty and truth, challenged or transformed. We know the iconic images and I search for a unique vision and inquiry as the practice of photography evolves.

Susan Mullally
Assistant Professor of Art, Baylor University

Thank you Texas Photographic Society, for giving me this opportunity to look at some of the best work being produced in photography today. When I begin the difficult task of narrowing my selection I will look for images that possess the visual power to engage me viscerally, intellectually and/or emotionally.

Susan Dunkerley Maguire
Assistant Professor of Art, Baylor University


About the Jurors:
Clark Baker serves as associate professor and chair of the Department of Journalism at Baylor University where he teaches media photography, the history of photography and documentary methods. He holds the MA in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and the PhD in Mass Communication from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Documentary photography is his primary focus and he is particularly interested in topics that contain strong spiritual and social content as evidenced by his grant-supported documentary work on the fair trade movement and the social landscape of the American South. His photographic work is featured in Rock Beneath the Sand: Country Churches in Texas published by Texas A&M Press.

Susan Mullally’s work addresses ideas of class, race, value, ownership, cultural identification and faith. Her current work What I Keep, has won awards and recognition in national and international exhibitions. Mullally’s portfolio was recently selected for publication in Portfolio Showcase Vol. #3 by Stella Kramer for the Center for Fine Art Photography and received a top award at the 6th Photographic Image Biennial Exhibition at the Jenkins Fine Art Center, East Carolina University, juried by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison. This year her work was included in the Kentucky National 2009 Exhibition of Contemporary Art, juried by Mark Masuoka Chief Curator of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and The Biennial Bailout at the Golden Belt Gallery, Raleigh, NC, curated by Elin O'Hara Slavik. Her work was also seen in the 2009 Perspective Exhibition, Center for Fine Art Photography. In February 2009, What I Keep was exhibited as a solo exhibition with a panel discussion at Christopher Newport University.
In 2010, What I Keep is scheduled for exhibition at the Louise Jones Brown Gallery at Duke University, the Robeson Gallery at Penn State and the Fine Arts Gallery at Guilford College. Mullally also participated in the national juried review, PhotoAlliance, in SF and looks forward to a three-month residency at The Beijing Studio Center this summer. www.susanmullally.com.

Susan Dunkerley Maguire was born in Galveston, Texas and grew up in Columbia, Missouri. She studied at Pratt Institute (MFA), and at the University of Missouri – Columbia (BFA, BS ed.). Susan lives in Waco, TX where she is an associate professor, teaching in the department of art at Baylor University. Susan Dunkerley Maguire’s photographs have been published and exhibited nationally and in Europe. She is known for her black and white photographs documenting temporary collages and sets she constructs in her studio windows. More recently, Susan has expanded her practice to include mixed media installation and works on sandblasted glass. Dunkerley’s photographs have been recognized with a number of awards, including a Fellowship from Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh, PA, and the Carol Crow Memorial Fellowship Award from the Houston Center for Photography. Her photographs are represented in many private and public collections, including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

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