Beyond the Lens XI
Exhibition Dates: Jan 27 - March 9, 2017
An exhibition of photographic works in all disciplines.
Juror: Mark Appling Fisher
 
 
 
The Juried Artists

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Dave Adams
Ruth Ann Bauers
Stacey Cassmeyer
Louis G. Clark Jr.
Patrick Clark
David Coleman
Steve Colter
Maria A. Cooper
Darrel Eaton
Julie Ferguson
Marcia Gay
Mark Hall
David Hasty
Kelly Kloda
John W. Kuntze
Talia Long
Jan Milanowski
Vicki S. Overman
Jazmine Poblette
Sue Rakers
Holly Ross
Jennifer Sarti
Carolyn Schlueter
Rebecca Schroeter
Christopher Seep
Ken Shew
Kristie Song
Kaymi Warren
Barbara Zucker


First Place
"Mysterious
Carolyn Schlueter


Second Place
"Adobe with Turquoise Door"
by Christopher Seep


Third Place
"Broken Baby Doll"
by Jenifer Sarti


Honorable Mention
"History Lesson"
by Sue Rakers


Honorable Mention
"Dead Hope"
by Maria A. Cooper

Honorable Mention
"Fanny's Rest Stop"
by Michael C. Daft

Honorable Mention
"Blue Swallow Motel"
by Christopher Seep

Honorable Mention
"Morning at Petit Jean's Grave"
by Rebecca Schroeter

Honorable Mention
"Oklahoma is OK"
by Dave Adams

People Choice Award (Tie)
"Forgotten"
by Darrel Eaton

People Choice Award (Tie)
"Mysterious
Carolyn Schlueter
About the Juror:
 
     Mark Appling Fisher holds a B.M.Ed. in Music Education (1972) from the University of Missouri – St. Louis as well as an M.A. in Black and White Photography (1982) from Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Missouri. In 1986 he received his state certification in Instructional Media Technology from the State of Missouri. He has taught for more than forty years in the areas of elementary and middle school music, high school video production, and college level black and white film, alternative process, toy/plastic camera usage, and digital photography in the St. Louis area.
 
     Whether creating hand-colored work of Route 66 imagery reminiscent of 40’s era post cards, exploring digital portraiture of Carnival Chalk figurines, printing infrared black and white photos of “toy” camera images of small-town American life, or medium format imagery of “…the world without us…”, Mark Appling Fisher is always thinking about alternative approaches to the photographic medium. His first book, “Turn Left at the Blinking Light…” is a compilation of 120 digital photographs taken over a two year period, taken in small towns in Missouri and Illinois, and was released in June of 2014. Mark Appling Fisher’s photographic work is to be found in collections throughout the United States, and frequently exhibits in solo shows, invitationals, and juried events. His imagery currently is to be seen at OA Gallery in Kirkwood, Missouri, the Sheldon Galleries in St. Louis, Missouri, as well as a scheduled solo exhibit of new work at The Schmidt Art Center in Illinois in January 2018.
 
Learn more about Mark on his website https://www.markapplingfisher.com

 

Video of Juror Mark Appling Fisher giving his juror statement

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