Throughout the year members are invited to display their photographic prints in a variety of events and exhibits. Each event has specific print display requirements as outlined below.
FEATURED ARTIST SHOWCASE
A small wall showcase featuring up to 10 prints of a single artist on display for one month during the winter season.
Photographers' Showcase Wall
This venue is the large wall exhibit area that features individual member displays throughout the year. During the winter, the exhibit is coordinated with the Featured Artist showcase and is a stand-alone showcase during the summer.
March 18, 2022 – Brady Conn: Given
April 22, 2022 – Judy Brockett: Horses
October 21, 2022 - Pieter Burggraaf: Entitled to a Title
November 18, 2022 - Richard Coles
December 16, 2022 - Judy Helderman
January 20, 2023 - Sue Penney
February 17, 2023 - Margaret Maione: Salt Flats Racing
March 17, 2023 - Cokie Lepinski
April 21, 2023 - Mel Whaley: Historic Barns of Cache Valley
Interested in becoming a Featured Artist in the 2022 – 2023 season? Contact . It’s never too soon.
May 20, 2022 - Still Life: The portrayal of inanimate subject matter, typically a small group of objects. Still life challenges your compositional skills as it is entirely about form and creating a pleasing, balanced arrangement of these forms. Consider artfully creating your own still life arrangements as well as photographing them as they naturally occur in real life scenes.
June 17, 2022 - Travel: Photos of any place in the world including local destinations. Consider any subject matter that expresses “sense of place” to you including people, the land, celebrations and events, architecture, and unique cultural expressions.
July 15, 2022 - Nature: Nature includes anything living outdoors – both flora and fauna. Consider close-ups, patterns, texture, as well as “big picture” landscape and wildlife photos.
August 19, 2022 - Monochrome: Traditionally black and white but any single-color scheme will do. Consider high key, low key, and high contrast graphic treatments as well as full gray scale renditions of any subject matter.
September 16, 2022 - Abstract: Lots of possibilities including non-objective (“straight” shot creations from unrecognizable subject matter), abstract expressive (selected fractions of recognizable subject matter), and conceptual - highly manipulated digital images created on any after-the-shot manipulation software.
October 21: Wildlife: A challenging area of photography capturing animals in and out of their natural or manmade habitats. Images might include animals in movement or action or interacting with their environment. Consider insects, reptiles, and fish as well as mammals as photographic subject matter.
November 18: Perspective: Try a new angle on subject matter – low, high, sideways, through, framed or with strong leading lines (among other perspectives you might explore) to present viewers a new way of seeing the world. Consider daring and bold as your guiding principles.
December 16: Close to Home: Extensive travel is not a prerequisite for creating good photographs. Whether you call Arizona or elsewhere home, wonderful subject matter is directly in front of you or close by. Take time to explore and capture subject matter that expresses an idea of “home” to you.
January 20: Nighttime: As the sun is going down or is just coming up, the camera comes out to play. Catch subject matter in the last or first rays of light; under streetlights, moonlight, or starlight; or under indoor lighting to create images of evening/nighttime mood, magic, and mystery.
February 17: Auto Parts: The automobile as subject matter for unexpected beauty? See your “ride” – or any vehicle – in an expressive image that reveals unusual, beguiling, or mysterious abstractions of that functional icon of mobility, transforming metal and chrome into an artist’s palette.
March 17: People: Portraits or candids; carefully posed and staged studies or spontaneous shots of people in public places; people you know or strangers – you decide. Consider close-ups or long shots but don’t be shy, just be kind and courteous to your subject matter.
April 21: Architectural Details: Abstracted portraits of certain parts of buildings - inside or outside – that you find especially eye appealing or unique. Consider the fortuitous arrangement of design elements such as line, shape, and color that create hidden beauty within the design of the building itself.
Window Gallery: A display of member ready-to-hang prints on any subject.
Requirements: Prints for display are attached to 16” X 20” black or white backing boards and encased in plastic sleeves for viewing. This is an excellent opportunity and venue for members to display their competition prints which are properly formatted for this display.
When: Change-out occurs approximately every six weeks with print submission during the week prior to the change-out. Watch the club newsletter e-Blast for updated information as submission dates approach.