Tracy has a three month long solo show coming up at The Triton Museum of Art, in Santa Clara, California, running from Feb 10 to May 13, 2018. You are cordially invited to drop by at any time.
For those of you in the show at the CPA: Your image is due there in the next three days (Feb 15 – 19 are the delivery dates.)
The CPA says:
“They can deliver their ready to hang, framed work on the following days:
Noon – 4:00pm, Wednesday, February 15 through, and NO LATER than, Sunday, February 19 (absolutely last day!).
For those requiring return shipping, please have them ship in secure reuseable packaging (NO PEANUTS) and
include a FedEx/UPS prepaid, insured return label.
Pickup work starting from:
Sunday, April 9, during gallery hours or by appt.”
As a reminder: either traditional black metal photo framing, if at all possible*, or canvas. No outside dimension more than 24″. Wired and ready to hang. Plexiglass – NO GLASS!
Please address specific questions about the show requirements to the CPA, and not to Tracy.
*yes: this means that if you can’t do traditional black metal, you can do something else.
If you’re in the CPA show, and have not yet sent your JPG for the book..
Please make and upload a jpg of your selected image for the exhibition’s catalog.
The specifics required for submission to the exhibition catalog, as stated by the CPA:
7″ long side @ 300PPI – SRGB color space (2100 pixels)
Include: artist name, title, date, medium, sales price. Dimensions are not necessary.
All images MUST be titled – no untitled.
And all caption data will be printed >as submitted< so have everyone PROOF READ their info.
Please get these catalog images and label info to me no later than January 13th, 2017.
Email them to Tracy, or upload them to the website at the location listed in the previous several emails.
Three emails; three postings here. You have no excuse.
Susan Hillyard has a Nikon D700 body for sale for $500. Please contact her if interested.
Reminder: One week from tomorrow is the deadline for making your payment if you want to go to the IM Christmas party. A week may seem a long way away, but tempus fugit. I’ve noticed as I get older that it fugits a lot faster than it used to.
Annual Christmas Party with guest speaker Ted Orland (Ted Talks)
Bayonet-Black Horse Golf Course
Full course holiday meal with turkey, ham & all the fixins’
Music provided by Rick Forschino
Sunday, December 11th at 4 pm
Cost $37 per person ($38 if using PayPal)
You are welcome to bring a paid guest
You can pay thru our website, click on members, click on money page ($38)
Or: Send a check made out to Jack Wasserbach, 213 Naples Road, Seaside 93955 ($37)
Payment must be made by December 5th.
Thanks to everyone who submitted images to be considered for the February 25 – April 2, 2017 show at the Center for Photographic Art. We hope to have the final selections before the end of the year, and Tracy will let everyone know which image of his/hers was selected promptly thereafter. The criteria for the print will be included in that email, and will also be posted in this blog.
(on behalf of your Steering Committee)
Our new member, Mark Wainer, is having a 5 decade retrospective show of his photographic work at the R. Blitzer Gallery in Santa Cruz.
Opening reception, Friday, Sept 2, 5-9 PM.
The following email was sent out to all participants in the show on August 31, 2016.
This is how you will submit your images for consideration for the CPA show.
Thank you for agreeing to participate in the Feb 25 – April 2, 2017 show at The Center for Photographic Art.
(If you have changed your mind about showing, please let us know immediately.)
As noted before, you should submit 6 images for review. Your steering committee, along with Brian Taylor and Rick Murai of the CPA, will select one of your images for inclusion in the show.
All images MUST be submitted for review by midnight, September 30, 2016. If you fail to submit between now and the end of September, you will NOT BE IN THE SHOW. No excuses. No exceptions for any reason whatsoever.
NO ONE WILL CHASE YOU DOWN AND REMIND YOU !!! -THIS- IS YOUR ONLY NOTIFICATION.
Your submissions for consideration must be jpg files. To present the best images for review, we suggest that they be 1200 pixels on the longest side, and if you know how to do it, set to the sRGB color space. (If that confuses you, try this link for how-to instructions: http://tvalleau.clarify-it.com/d/rhfqq4 ).
ONLY photographs will be allowed. No paintings, drawings etc.
There is no theme to the show, other than “my best work” – which your submissions must exemplify.
Images must be named as your first initial and last name and a number between 1 and 6. (ie LTolstoy1, LTolstoy2 and so on.)
We’d prefer that you put all your images in a folder with your name (LTolstoy), and then compress the folder (zip it) for uploading, but if that boggles your mind, then submitting images individually will work as well. (You can enter all 6 images with drag and drop to the web page, before you hit the upload button.)
You may submit your images online, here:
(redacted: please check your email for this actual post, or send an email to Tracy to request the upload URL.)
After the selection has been made, you will be notified which one of your images was chosen, and the details about framing and submitting for the actual exhibit will be sent at that time.
That said, and so you’ll know what you’re getting in to, here’s an overview: Photographs only. Gallery wrapped canvas is acceptable without a frame or glazing, otherwise it’s a traditional frame, not wider than 30″, and plexiglass glazing (NOT glass!) is required.
More details will come in your acceptance letter, as noted.
Thank you again for participating.
Your steering committee
OH.. here’s a PS. The CPA will print a catalog of the exhibit. We’d be interested in knowing if you’d want one.
IM members, Mary Aiu, Susan Hillyard, Oliver Klink, and Robin V. Robinson are featured in “Wildlife Beyond Borders,” a photography exhibition that shows animals in their natural state. Some images in the exhibit are enabled with a technology called “Augmented Reality.” When the viewer points their smart device at an image, behind the scene stories created by the artist start playing. The viewer gets to know the artist and discover what it takes to be a fine art and wildlife photographer. The show at the Pacific Grove Art Center runs September 2nd – October 27th, with the opening reception on September 2nd, 7-9pm.