Juried Fine Art Photography Exhibitions in a Dedicated Gallery
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In the Wild
Exhibit Dates July 11-August 6th 2010
EXHIBIT Closed on August 4th 2010

As today’s wildlife faces unprecedented challenges, the wildlife photographer has the opportunity to act as chronicler as well as advocate.  With extreme patience and dedication photographers have the ability to present images of such striking natural beauty that they have been able to influence lawmaking and future human behavior. Many have dedicated their lives to this.  All in the power of an image…

From insects to big game, from songbirds to salamanders, we are looking for your photographs, taken anywhere in the world, of wildlife in their habitat.

VioVio CatalogFull Color Exhibit Catalog now available at VioVio - we will have a limited number for sale in the gallery
"When evaluating a series of photographic images I am looking for a sense of a shared experience through the beauty and composition of the subject. Lighting is extremely important and can make or break an image. To hold the attention of the viewer the image needs to be technically correct, that is correctly exposed with the important details such as eyes being sharp. All these various criteria can come together to create an image with the quality of a masterpiece in oil."
Dave Watts
Iphone scan of the exhibit and a short interview from the reception.

Elephants Silhouettes At Sundown
Juror's Choice

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Eyes of the World
People's Choice

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA
Angel Wings
People's Choice
SOLD

Kathy Cline
Pompano Beach, FL USA

Black Swan Lake

Bruce Gilbert-Smith
Jericho, VT USA
Fussy Falcon
SOLD

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA
A Delicate Balance

Ashley Snizek
Ft. Myers, Florida USA

Marsh Song - Yolo Bypass, CA

Avery Cook
Woodland, CA USA
Raffe

Carri-Anne Carmichael
Pontyclun, RCT UK
Looking for Dinner

Chuck Ginsburg
South Burlington, VT USA

Elephants Walking In The Chobe River

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Elephants Walking Out of The Chobe

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA
Elephant Tails

Jim Irwin
Kirkwood, MO USA

Scared Fishless

John Monn
Woodbridge, Va USA
Fall Gathering

John Monn
Woodbridge, Va USA
The Lion King

John S Mead
Allen, TX USA

Puffin at Sumburgh Head, Shetland

Karen Guth
Burlington, VT USA
Baby Spat

Kathy Cline
Pompano Beach, FL USA
Lone Elie

Kelly O'Neal
Burlington, VT USA

Free Range Deer

Kelsi Doscher
Wellington, Wellington New Zealand
Common Loon

Kyle Myers
Johnson, VT USA
Moose

Kyle Myers
Johnson, VT USA

Double-Take

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA
Ducklings On An Outing

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA
Keeping Warm

Mara Zaslove
Santa Monica, Ca USA

Harold and Maude

Matthew Yeoman
Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Eye of the Gator

Matthew Yeoman
Indianapolis, Indiana USA
Flight

Nipun Mathur
Albany, CA USA

Ibis

Paul Haverstick
Waterbury Center, VT USA
Curious Little One

Randy Langenberg
Alma, Nebraska USA
Lynx Love

Richard Seeley
Gloucester, MA USA

Under Moms Wing

Richard Seeley
Gloucester, MA USA
Buffalo Portrait

Sarah Treanor
Dallas, TX USA
Female House Finch Fluffing Feathers

Sarah Treanor
Dallas, TX USA

Immature Bald Eagle

Sheri Larsen
Essex Jct., VT USA
Western Rattlesnake

Sheri Larsen
Essex Jct., VT USA
The Dance

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA

Spring Ptarmigan

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA
At Home

Skip Martin
Mendon, VT USA
Pronghorn - Lamar Valley

Stephen Beattie
Burlington, VT USA

Delicious!

Stilson Snow
Eureka, CA USA
Balancing Act

Tom Foster
FT. Collins, Co USA
Rhino in Kaziranaga

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India

Tigress at Bandhavgarh

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India
Tigress at Tadoba

Vedwati Padwal
Thane (w), Maharashtra India

Juror: Dave Watts

The Juror for this exhibit is Australian based conservationist and photographer Dave Watts, who has been published by National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, Geo (Germany), Geo (Australia), Australian Geographic, Airone, Nature Australia, and many other publications.  By going beyond the ordinary to get his shots he has created beyond ordinary images that capture the entire feeling of atmosphere (and I mean sounds and air temperature!) surrounding his subject!

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