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Alternative Process

Exhibition: June 30 - July 24, 2015

Prints of most of these images are available for purchase. Please inquire.
All photographs are the copyright of the individual artists and may not be reproduced without their permission.

Juror's Statement

First and foremost, I would like to sincerely thank all the artists for sharing their inspiring photographic visions and talents with me. I was so impressed by the breadth, depth and ingenuity represented by the submissions for this call. Thank you for making my task both enjoyable and challenging. It was wonderful to discover such thoughtfully considered work.

As one who holds a special affinity for alternative photographic processes, striving for harmony between process and materials along with imagery and content is as essential as masterful execution to me. And while I’m most often moved by images that pique my intellectual curiosity, I also appreciate work that embraces a simple beauty. I seek art that compels me to see differently, forces me to have pause and retains my attention beyond the average viewing experience. I believe that this selection of work will offer the viewer with a refreshingly diverse and excitingly inventive glimpse into the world of alternative photographic arts.

- Amy Holmes George

About the Juror

Amy Holmes George is currently President of the Texas Photographic Society, teacher, and fine art photographer. She has held teaching appointments at Baylor University, the University of North Texas, Collin College and Stephen F. Austin State University, with a special interest in instructing alternative photographic printing methods. Her dedication to Alternative Processes is evident by her co-founding “alt8,” an alternative processes group active in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Amy has exhibited throughout the U.S., as well as in Italy, England, France, and China, where her work has been featured in over 100 exhibitions. Her photography is held in the permanent collections of the Getty, The Kinsey Institute, and the Fratelli Alinari Museum.

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