I am so honored to make it into the top 100 for the American Photographic Artist’s San Francisco AND Los Angeles contests.
These two pieces were picked for the top 100 prints for the San Francisco Top 100 “Something Personal” exhibit and competition. The first is a flamingo that was shot in the SF zoo on a rainy day and the second was an “allium mosaic” that was shot in my studio for my graduation thesis exhibit for UC Berkeley Extension for my Visual Art Certificate. I used the beautiful onions and garlic from local Santa Rosa farmers in their market.
And my “Two Trees that See” was chosen for the top 100 prints for the APA Los Angeles. I shot this photo while visiting Colorado in the winter and liked the way I felt while walking through the aspen trees.
It is a great honor to be included in the print exhibit for both chapters of APA!
Every month foodelia.us creates a contest among international food photographers. I presented my spring portfolio and best shots and was thrilled to discover that I won 3 places in the lineup of the Eighteenth Collection.
Take a look at the full gallery here.
I’m so excited that I won 3 of the best 18 photographs!
I am so pleased to announce that four of my recent photos have been accepted into the Annual Juried Photo Show put on by the Fremont Cultural Arts Council.
Two of them have even won awards!
The first of my award winners is “9 Oranges of Fresno.” Check it out!
The second is “Figs.” I think these tasty fruits really speak for themselves.
If you’d like to see more, don’t miss the the exhibit, which runs from April 29 through June 3. There’s even going to be a special opening night gala on Saturday, April 29, from 6:30-8:30 pm, with entry through the Fremont Main Library’s Fukaya Room.