Land Through the Lens Photo Exhibit

The Parks and Open Space department and the Boulder County Parks and Open Space Foundation are holding a juried photography exhibit.

Exhibit

The exhibit will be run through Thursday, September 3 at the The Great Frame Up - Longmont. The gallery is open Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2015 Land Through the Lens event.

David Silver – Sticks and Clouds at Walden Ponds

Best in Show
David Silver – "Sticks and Clouds" at Walden Ponds



Verdon Tomajko – Night Heron Diving at Walden Ponds

2nd Place
Verdon Tomajko – "Night Heron Diving" at Walden Ponds



Michael Lohr – Flight of the Flickers at Harney Lastoka Property

3rd Place
Michael Lohr – "Flight of the Flickers" at Harney Lastoka Property



Daniel Joder – Sugarloaf Summit at Dawn at Sugarloaf Mountain

Commissioners' Choice
Daniel Joder – "Sugarloaf Summit at Dawn" at Sugarloaf Mountain



Cindy Payler – Peaking in the Chicken Coop at Agricultural Heritage Center

Honorable Mention
Cindy Payler – "Peaking in the Chicken Coop" at Agricultural Heritage Center



Lyle Rosbotham – Caribou Deluge at Caribou Ranch

Honorable Mention
Lyle Rosbotham – "Caribou Deluge" at Caribou Ranch



Calvin Whitehall – Aspen Abstract at Mud Lake

Honorable Mention
Calvin Whitehall – "Aspen Abstract" at Mud Lake



Michael Lohr – Winter at Caribou - at Caribou Ranch

People's Choice
Michael Lohr – "Winter at Caribou" at Caribou Ranch


Prize Juror

Crystal A. Polis has twenty years' experience in museum and non-profit administration. She has worked in large and small institutions and has experience in exhibitions, collections management, historical research, grant writing, and donor management. Upon completion of her M.A. in American Civilization at George Washington University, Polis moved to Philadelphia and spent four years at the American Swedish Historical Museum. From there, she went to Cleveland, Ohio and was the founding Director of the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve, a nonprofit contemporary art gallery and archive of work by local artists. In 2002, Polis moved back to the Washington, DC area and became a curator for the Navy Art Collection at the Washington Navy Yard. From 2009-2012, she was a consultant and curator for the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center and Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Maryland. Since moving to Colorado at the end of 2012, Polis has been involved with the Boulder County Arts Alliance, where she is now the Communications Manager.

Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors for their support of the event.


Contacts

Parks & Open Space
Karen Imbierowicz
303-678-6268

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