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FotoTexas II: People, Places & Culture 2018

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Published by:
Texas Photographic Society
Published:
5/29/2018
Specs:
Square / 8" x 8"
62 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Photography
Tags:
exhibition, fototexas II, Laura Wilson, photo competition, photography, texas photo society, Texas Photographic Society, TPS

Texas Photographic Society's FotoTexas II: People, Places & Culture 2018, a photo exhibition juried by Laura Wilson, celebrates all things Texas. Laura Wilson, photographer and author, writes, "I am looking for photographs that surprise me, with their emotional power, or their beauty, or their contradictory nature, or their simplicity."

Award Winners: First Place - William Olsson (Dallas, TX) "Untitled"; Second Place - Sandra Chen Weinstein (Lake Forrest, CA) "I want to be a cowgirl"; Third Place - Ashton Thornhill (Lubbock, TX) "Jesus in a Box - Abernathy, Texas"

Honorable Mentions: Susan Edgley (Coppell, TX) "Fenced In, Quitaque, Texas"; Rebecca Finley (The Woodlands, TX) "Lone Star, Spring TX"; Ashton Thornhill (Lubbock, TX) "Five Cowboys"; Becky Wilkes (Azle, TX) "Fallen Glory"; Robert Kirk Williams (Odessa, TX) "Red Cloud"

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