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FotoTexas: People, Places & Culture 2016

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Published by:
Texas Photographic Society
Published:
10/18/2016
Specs:
Square / 8" x 8"
62 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Photography
Tags:
FotoTexas, FotoTexas People, photography, Places & Culture, texas, Texas Photographic Society, TPS

Texas Photographic Society's catalog for FotoTexas: People, Places & Culture 2016 includes all entries accepted for this exhibition. The juror Dan Burkholder, fine art photographer, author and educator, writes, "If 'FotoTexas: People, Places & Culture' doesn’t summon images of pride, either you can’t read or you have no sense of romantic imagination. At the very least, you’ve never witnessed the state’s splendor, history or intriguing contradictions."

Award Winners: First Place - Pierre Cook (Houston, TX) "Roper"; Second Place - Kerry McClain (Midland, GA) "Just Because You're Paranoid Doesn't Mean They Aren't Out to Get You"; Third Place - Rachel Caudle (Allen, TX) "Eye on the Ball";

Honorable Mentions: Laura L. Camden (Flagstaff, AZ) "Mennonite Herman Funk, Seminole, Texas"; Mark Collins (Dallas, TX) "Mason Wool And Mohair"; Michael Marvins (Houston, TX) "Home Sweet (Texas) Home"; Elena Nosyreva (Dallas, TX) "Texas Theater Palestine"; Bill Wright (Abilene, TX) "Ike"

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