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Samuel Vovsi's portfolio's Urban Dreamscapes received a Merit Award from B&W Photography magazine's 2022 Portfolio Contest and several images from there were published in issue #154. Also, Samuel's image Hands Up! was selected among the winners of B&W Photography magazine's Digital Manipulation Contest and appeared in issue #153. In addition, his image In the Shadows of Wall Street received Honorable Mention in "The Streets" exhibition at Praxis Gallery in Minneapolis.
Congratulations to Coleen Tyler, who had two images accepted in the 2022 New Jersey Arts Annual: Reemergence, which will be on view from June 18, 2022 through April 30, 2023.  The exhibit is being held at the NJ State Museum in Trenton and an opening reception is scheduled for June 23, 6-8 pm.
Gary Saretzky will be presenting Preserving Family Photographs on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 7 pm via Zoom. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to our members, Anita Bhala, John Clarke, Daniel Goldberg, Summer Pramer, Frank Sauer, Julie Tennant, Ginny Veltre, and Samuel Vovsi, who have had their images accepted into the 2022 Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition.  The exhibit will be on display at the Mill from April 3 through 22.  Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Mary Rigby, whose photograph, Dry Run Creek Frog, was included in the juried Perkins Photography 41 exhibition.  Mary will also be exhibiting Hydrangea Monarch in the upcoming Spring Salon Exhibition at New Hope Arts (March 12 - April 30).
Frank Sauer's new exhibit of photographic impressions of the Abbott Marshlands through the four seasons will open with a reception on Sunday, February 27, 2-4 pm and will run through May 22.  Included are landscape, wildlife and aerial images.  The reception is free but registration for timed-entry is required.  Click here for more information.
Congratulations to John Stritzinger, who had an image accepted in the fotofoto Gallery's 17th National Photography Competition, one of 30 prints selected out of 552 submitted. The exhibition will be open February 3-March 5 at the gallery in Huntington, NY, on Long Island. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Julie Tennant for receiving the winning Gold Award in the Tokyo International Foto Awards for her photo, Smokey, and an honorable mention for her photo, Portrait of a Spanish Dancer.
Congratulations to Dutch Bagley for receiving the First Place Award in the Michael Day International Competition 2022, which is a competition amongst 5 photo clubs:  Auckland Photographic Society in New Zealand, Berks Photographic Society in the U.S., Chalfonts & Gerrards Cross Camera Club in the U.K., Circolo Fotografico Arno BFI in Italy, and the Photo Club Vision in Finland.
Congratulations to George Stein for having two images selected for the cover page and back page of a new lit magazine in England, Mausoleum Press #2.  The images are of model Lilly Rose in the abandoned City Methodist Church in Gary, Indiana.
Congratulations to Sejin Chung for receiving an Honorable Mention Award in the International Photography Awards 2021 competition for her photograph Blue Hydrangeahttps://www.photoawards.com
David Anderson's image All Joy Had Gone was recently accepted into the Trees Stir in Their Leaves exhibition, a community art project in a collaboration between the Center for Creative Photography and the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the University of Arizona, Tucson. The exhibition will run February through July 23, 2022.
Eileen Hohmuth Lemonick's new solo exhibit, Traces Of Time, opens on January 8 and runs through February 5 at the Arts Council of Princeton. Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Connie Cruser for being the featured artist in the February Hamilton Post newspaper. "Fight in the Museum: 10 Questions with artist Connie Cruser" can be found in the newspaper as well as on the Community News website:  click here.
Congratulations to our members, Marlene Mendez, Ellen Rosenberg, Frank Sauer, John Stritzinger, Samuel Vovsi and Dave Burwell, who have had their images accepted into the LensWork's Our Magnificent Planet 2021, which was published in December.  The book contains 300 photographs - one each from 300 photographers - and is available on LensWork's website: https://www.lenswork.com
Mary Rigby's Goshen Pond Tranquility, a quilt inspired by the Princeton Photography Club Pinelands Project, was chosen to be included in the Perkins Center for the Arts and Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge 2022 Calendar.  Proceeds from the sale of this calendar will be shared equally by both of these organizations.  Click here for more information.
Congratulations to Ann Darlington who had two images accepted to Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge's 2021 Juried Photographic Exhibition Competition, and received an Honorable Mention and an Artistic Achievement Award.
Congratulations to our members, David Anderson, Dutch Bagley, Terry Donofrio, Marty Golin, Peter Hewitt, Joan Lasota, Joyce Manowitz, Marlene Mendez, Dennis Miller, Natalie Morawsky, Santford Overton, Christine Stadelmeier, John Stritzinger, Martin Schwartz, Samuel Vovsi and Barbara Warren, who have had their images accepted into the 2021 Transformations Exhibition at the Pennsylvania Center for Photograph. The exhibit will be open August 13 through Labor Day at the New Hope Arts Center.