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Greenburgh Public Library Foundation Photo Contest 2014


2014 Photo Contest Flyer

Contest Rules and Agreement Form

Special thanks go to the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family for their vision and commitment to celebrating amateur photography and photographers in Westchester County and for making the contest possible.

Currently showing in Upper Level Gallery Space:


Debora Solomon
Sculpture



Artist Debora Solomon of Hartsdale will be exhibiting her sculpture pieces in the upper Lobby from November 12th until Spring of 2014.

Currently showing in The Howard and Ruth Jacobs Gallery:


Mamaroneck Artist Guild

These artists works will be on display from March 16, 2014 through April 29, 2014.

As part of the continuing celebration of Mamaroneck Artist Guild's 60th Anniversary year, members are exhibiting works in a variety of media in the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family Gallery. Established in 1953 by seven local artists, the Mamaroneck Artists Guild is the oldest artist cooperative maintaining its own gallery in Westchester County.
Meet, mingle and discuss the works with the artists at an Artists' Reception on Saturday, March 22, 2014, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Previous Artists and their Websites

In descending order of appearance:

5 in February
Marie Lou Ortiz
CAPTURED VISIONS: Visual Essays by WPS's Sharp Shooters
Westchester Photographic Society
Haeng Seok Kwon
2013 Photo Contest
Alice Walsh
Hank Kearsley
Janet Lippman, Amy Saimovici, Kara Saimovici (Beauty X 3)
Westchester Photographic Society
Elizabeth Vazquez
Westchester Community College Center for the Arts
2012 Photo Contest
Andrew Paul Leonard
Madge Scott
Greenburgh Artists
Westchester Photographic Society
Arnab Banerjee
Erna Brout and Sharon Mooradian
2011 Photo Contest Winners
Greenburgh Central 7 School District Student Art
Jeehye Park Korean Art Exhibit
Westchester Community College Center for the Arts
Salvatore Pedi
Miho Goto
Westchester Photographic Society
Ground Glass
Doreen O'Connor
James Von Carter
2010 Photo Contest Winners
Scott Sager
Carol Lyons
Westchester Photographic Society
Herb Levart
Beverly Rivers
Michael Pressman Safari
Michael Pressman Viera Wetlands
Mike Rizzo
Ground Glass
Svetlana Stefanova Slavova
Marlene Fisher


Greenburgh Public Library Foundation Photo Contest 2013

Special thanks go to the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family for their vision and commitment to celebrating amateur photography and photographers in Westchester County and for making the contest possible.

The list of the winners of the contest for 2013 is as follows:

Adult Category
First Place - Jaime Martorano for Simpler Times
Second Place - Robert Blumenthal for Territorial Dispute"
Third Place - Robert Piro for Rush Hour"

Honorable Mentions - Adult Category
Linda Austrian for Web Master
Sylvia Louie for Connection
Karen Macias for Winter

Student Category
First Place - Kara Milstein - Untitled
Second Place - Austin Raichelson - Untitled
Third Place - Kayla Lees - Untitled

Student Honorable Mention - Matthew Forman for Winter in the Fall

Program
The 2013 Award Ceremony Program

Special thanks go to the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family for their vision and commitment to celebrating amateur photography and photographers in Westchester County and for making the contest possible.

Greenburgh Public Library Foundation Photo Contest 2012

The list of the winners of the contest for 2012 is as follows:

Adult Category
First Place - Rob Dublin for Untitled
Second Place - Alan Cohen for "New York 132"
Third Place - Deborah Lea Cohen for "Still Waiting"

Honorable Mentions - Adult Category
Jun Shihoten for "Brothers at Halong Bay"
Tom Musante for "Shadows, Lonaconing Silk Mill, Lonaconing MD"

Student Category
First Place - Kelsey Schmitt for Untitled
Second Place - Gloria Ibanez for Untitled
Third Place - Xiaoling Keller for "Guggenheim Museum"


The 2012 Award Ceremony Program


Special thanks go to the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Family for their vision and commitment to celebrating amateur photography and photographers in Westchester County and for making the contest possible.

Greenburgh Public Library Foundation Photo Contest 2011

The list of the winners of the contest for 2011 is as follows:

Adult Category
First Place - Robert Blumenthal for "Wild Amaryllis"
Second Place - Deborah Lea Cohen for "For the Tourists"
Third Place - Petar Kanev for "Snow"

Honorable Mentions - Adult Category
Mark Friedman for "Acadia NP, Otter Beach"
Debbie Savigny for "Ethereal Seagull"
Christopher Brace for "Tappanzee"

Student Category
First Place - Ian Vecchiotti - Untitled
Second Place - Elaine Kung for "En Pointe"
Third Place - Kathleen Vega for "Lizard"


The 2011 Award Ceremony Program


Greenburgh Public Library Foundation Photo Contest 2010

The list of the winners of the contest for 2010 is as follows:

Adult Category
First Place - Robert Piro for "On the River"
Second Place - Lee Parker for "Untitled"
Third Place - Linda Hatfield for "The Year's at the Spring.."

Honorable Mentions - Adult Category
Lois Barker for "Brooklyn Bridge"
Robert Blumenthal for "Hawk at Sunset"
Pamela Borgeson Montgomery for "Wishing"

Student Category
First Place-Rachel Garben for "What Worlds"

Honorable Mention-Student Category
Kathleen Vega for "The Girl and the Car"

 

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