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Congratulations to Jill Mudge for having seven photos accepted into the New Jersey Photography Forum International Photography Exhibit and for having one of her photos, Swamp Cypress (shown above), chosen to receive an Award of Excellence. The exhibit is on display November 1 - December 3, 2023 at the Watchung Arts Center.
Gallery 14 currently features the work of 3 PPC Members in an exhibit entitled, "Out There." Bennett Povlow presents moody infrared images of Taos, NM and Greenbackville, VA. Barbara Warren pairs thought-provoking images made years and miles apart but linked by concept or content. David Ackerman's daytime and nighttime images of southern Utah capture the colors, scope and scale of otherworldly landscapes. The exhibit is open Saturdays and Sundays, 12 to 5pm now through July 16, with a Meet the Artists Event on July 8, 1 to 3pm. Gallery 14, 14 Mercer St, Hopewell, NJ.
Congratulations to Samuel Vovsi, whose image, In the Shadow of Wall Street was published in the Black & White magazine's 2022 Contest Winners Issue and won a People Choice Award. Samuel's photo, A Walk in the Woods received first place in the Friends of Princeton Open Space 2023 Photography Contest, and two of his photos were accepted for the 2023 Annual Photography Open in Salmagundi Club in NYC.
Gary Saretzky will be giving a lecture via Zoom on 19th Century Princeton Photographers for the Somerset County Library on Aug. 24 at 7pm.  Registration at
Congratulations to Dutch Bagley, for acceptance in the Architecture Amateur category of the international 9th annual Fine Art Photography Awards.  Click here for info.
Congratulations to Ann Darlington on her new solo landscape and nature photography exhibit highlighting the beauty of Joseph Bonaparte’s Point Breeze and the Abbott Marshlands. The exhibit is at the Tulpehaking Nature Center, 157 Westcott Ave. Hamilton NJ.
Congratulations to Rob Mathewson on his new wildlife exhibit, The Backyard and Beyond, at the Wayrick Wildlife Art Gallery of the New Jersey Audubon Scherman Hoffman Sanctuary, 11 Hardscrabble Road in Bernardsville, NJ. Rob extends a cordial invitation to attend the opening reception on Sunday, February 5, from 2-4 pm. Light refreshments will be provided, and a matted print will be given away as a door prize to one lucky winner. The show runs from February 1 to April 30 and admission is free.
Congratulations to David Anderson's series, Recent Abstracts, was awarded second place in New Brunswick Art Salon's Refracted: Shade And Light exhibition at Alfa Art Gallery, and he is exhibiting a series of abstract images at Boro Bean in Hopewell through the month of March.
Congratulations to Ken Hess, who had two photos accepted into the Artists’ Guild of the Cape juried art show to be held at the Mad Batter Restaurant in Cape May from December 1 through January 15.
Congratulations to Sandy Overton and Joan Lasota, who each had two photographs accepted into the Documentary Photography Juried Exhibiton - Jack Rosen Commemorative at New Hope Arts. Sandy's photos are titled Honoring Chief Crazy Horse and Protecting Our Species, and Joan's photos are titled Free Speech and 4-H Fair Favorite.
Congratulations to Mary Rigby, whose photograph, Nostalgia, was accepted into the Elarslie Open 39 exhibit. Also, a special exhibit of Mary’s "Barn Quilt Photographs - NJ and Beyond" will be displayed at the Quilts in the Mill show at Prallsville Mills, Stockton, NJ from September 30 to October 2.  Also included in the Quilts in the Mill show will be examples of art quilts based on Mary's photographs.
Congratulations to Coleen Tyler, who had two images accepted in the 2022 New Jersey Arts Annual: Reemergence at the NJ State Museum in Trenton.
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.
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 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.