2024 FBRP Juried Photography and Art Exhibition Entry

3/26/2024 ends at 11:59 PM ET



2021 First Place Photography – Joe Reidl, Frozen Bog
 


Show Off Your Best Photos & Artwork of Black Run Preserve!

BLACK RUN PRESERVE 2024 JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY AND ART EXHIBITION

The Friends of Black Run Preserve (FBRP) are pleased to announce the Black Run Preserve 2024 Juried Photography and Art Exhibition designed to illustrate and promote the unique and serene beauty of this precious portion of the New Jersey Pinelands. Photographs created within the boundaries of Black Run Preserve, depicting its landscape, flora, wildlife, and visitors will be accepted, as well as 2-Dimensional artworks in any medium that are either based on photographs of the Black Run Preserve or inspired by visits to Black Run. The exhibit will hang in the Center for the Arts of Southern New Jersey in Marlton, NJ from April 26-May 27, 2024.
 


2021 First Place Artwork – Marge Taylor, Basin Sky


CONTEST PRIZES

More than $500 in cash prizes will be awarded.


ENTRY FEE

$40 for up to 4 works
(When registering, please indicate quantity as 1. That will cover all 4 photos and/or pieces of art.)
Payment to be made online prior to submitting images. Entry is not complete until paid in full.
Entry is open to individuals 18 years of age or older.
 

SUBMISSION OF ENTRIES

Each participant may submit up to 4 photographs or works of art. Email digital files as attachments following the specifications below to: entries@blackrun.org. Each image file must be labeled with your name and image title. Example of the image file name: Joe Smith_Frog in the Bog. The body (message) of the email must include: artist name, artist mailing address, artist telephone number, title of the images submitted and selling price of your work. Please keep in mind this is a fundraiser and Black Run Preserve will retain 30% commission on all sales.

We recommend that digital image files be submitted in the following format. If you have no idea what this all means, don't sweat it. Just send the highest quality images you can and we'll let you know if there's a problem and help you correct it.

  • Jpeg format
  • Minimum of 1400 pixels on longest side
  • High quality screen resolution
  • sRGB color profile
  • File not to exceed 4MB.
  • All artwork needs to be photographed (a phone image is acceptable for artwork) to be submitted to the show.


DELIVERY OF ACCEPTED WORK

Successful entrants will be notified via email by April 2.  All accepted work must be framed in a professional manner; wired and ready for hanging. The wire must be securely fastened to the actual frame, not the backing. No clip frames are allowed. The accepted work may not be larger than 36’’ horizontal or vertical. Images may be color or monochrome. Image tags must be attached to the back of the artwork, on the upper right corner. The organizers of the exhibition will have the right to disqualify an image based on the quality of the print, frame, or mat.

Awards will be given in separate categories for photography and artwork.
 

RIGHTS

All photographers and artists retain all copyrights to their images. The Friends of the Black Run Preserve reserve the right to use your images with credit, for the purpose of promoting the exhibition and for the promotion of the Black Run Preserve in print or on social media without financial compensation.
 

LIABILITY

By entering this competition, the entrant agrees to hold harmless the FBRP, CFASNJ, all agents, officers, and volunteers from any claims of damage or loss that might occur to the art submitted for this exhibition.
 

KEY DATES

Call for Entries Ends:           March 26, midnight
Acceptance Notification:      On or about April 2
Delivery of Accepted Work: April 23, 10am - 3pm and April 24, 10am-3pm, 7-9pm
Exhibition Open:                  April 26- May 27
Artist Reception and Awards Ceremony: May 17, 7-9 pm
Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey
123 S. Elmwood Road, Marlton, NJ
Pick up Unsold Work:           May 28, 10am - 3pm or May 29, 10am -3pm, 7-9pm
 

JUDGES

Photography: Michael Pillows

"Many people during the course of their lives, have experienced moments that remain imprinted on what I like to call our photographic senses. We often catch glimpses of pictures and visuals that help reawaken the images in our mind. Even though each one of us views a picture differently, for some it can help rekindle and bring back to life a special moment or at least give shape to a future journey.

I was brought up to pursue my dreams, and work hard towards my goal, which has always been in education. While pursuing my B.S. degree, I chose to take photography 101 as an elective, never thinking it would change the way I viewed life.

Through a great instructor, and hours of trial and error, I was able to gain experience in the darkroom. With this strong foundation, the way I viewed the world was forever changed.

I have judged in person – and now over zoom – many varied competitions, ranging from abstract to portraiture and everywhere in-between. Part of what makes me who I am as a judge is that I still compete in my local club and have made the rounds of juried shows. I really enjoy seeing and experiencing live gallery exhibitions and doing so keeps me both grounded and current."

 
Artwork: Diane Emerson
Diane is a longtime resident of Burlington County and works from her home studio in Medford, NJ. She received a BA in Art Education from Rowan University and earned a Certificate in Illustration from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. After a 30-year teaching career, she chose to follow her passion and work at her art full time.

The artist creates handmade tiles and mosaics by using impressions from nature and manmade objects. Diane also uses still life photography as another way of expressing her love for art. Her admiration for 17th Century Dutch Still life paintings is evident in her digital work.

Diane’s tiles and photographs are part of The AtlantiCare Healing Arts Program and private collections throughout the United States. Her tile work has been published in Lark Book’s “500 Prints on Clay” and featured on HGTV.

The artist serves as Exhibition Co Chair at the Medford Arts Center in Medford, NJ. She is also a member of Strobe and The South Jersey Camera Club.

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