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CALL for ENTRIES: Hue

2014 March 11

Learn more about the Hue Exhibit from the Darkroom Gallery!anything but the
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I am addicted to salt.  I am.  I’ve given up most vices, but salt is here to stay.  I have unnaturally low blood pressure (70/50), and my doctor suspects that is WHY I crave salt.  So what does one do when faced with a salt addiction?  Become a salt aficionado, of course.  There is a rainbow-hued world of salt options out there.  My current favorite is Hawaiian alaea salt which derives its pinkish or brownish hue from it’s volcanic clay rich in iron oxide.  This next Call is all about the hue as well.  Hue CAN tell the difference, hehehe…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Darkroom Gallery (Essex Junction, VT) for Hue. The entry fee at Darkroom is always low ($24), and they will provide free matting & framing if you work in their standard sizes. Take a look…

*Editor’s Note: Please make sure to let them know that you found the Call on ArtAndArtDeadlines.com. I have a soft spot for this gallery, and I want them to know they have our support…

Learn more about the Hue Exhibit from the Darkroom Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
Hue

Color in photography has symbolism and meaning that travels beyond what you see.

More than the combination of red, green, and blue or cyan, magenta, yellow, and black, color is a visual tool for non-verbal communication: a viewer’s perception and connection to an image can be significantly enhanced by a certain hue.

Strip away the subject matter from a photograph, and what is left behind? Two things. The underlying geometry of the photo, its composition or balance, and the color.  The design and geometry make an image coalesce, become solid, and enduring. Whereas the color carries the opposite message, one of transience and impermanence. That’s because colors are not inherent in objects, but change  and evolve with the changing light – and we photographers know, light is always changing.

Learn more about the Darkroom Gallery online!Hues must contrast or complement one another to create a successful image, a delicate dance of visual balance. For this exhibit we are looking for works that exemplify the innate power of color.  Images that drive us through hue to an emotive response.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA:  Photography

DEADLINE: April 16, 2014

NOTIFICATION: April 23, 2014

ENTRY FEE: Up to 4 for $24 US for on-line & $29 by email

JUROR: Al Satterwhite started working as a photographer at a major daily newspaper in Florida while in high school, covering major news stories in the Southeast. After a year as the Governor of Florida’s personal photographer, he started a career as a freelance magazine photographer. Over the next 10 years he worked on assignment for almost every major magazine (Automobile, Car & Driver, Fortune, Geo, Life, Look, Money, Newsweek, People, Playboy, Sports Illustrated, Time, Travel & Leisure, to name a few).

His photographic prints are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Houston Fine Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), George Eastman House, Polaroid Collection, National Museum of African American History and Culture and numerous private collections.

Learn more from the Darkroom Gallery!In recent years he has focused his attention on making films. He has shot commercials, features & award-winning feature shorts as Director/Cameraman. He is currently working on several book and museum projects.

AWARDS: All selected entries are included in a full color exhibit catalog & gallery exhibition. Juror’s Choice: 30×48″ image banner. People’s Choice – a free future entry.

SALES: Darkroom offers free matting & framing of accepted entries for the duration of the exhibit, subject to standard sizes. For commission details, go to the bottom of the Submissions page!

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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