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Awards Comments Off Thu 10.04.2007
INTERNATIONAL COLOR AWARDS HONORS CATHERINE HALL FROM THE UNITED STATES at the 2ND ANNUAL PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP CONTESTAn audience of 11,050 photography fans logged on from 89 countries to join the proceedings and view stunning work from the world’s finest photographers.
The nominated images were selected by a who’s who Jury of the most celebrated professionals in art and photography from National Geographic, Musee de E’Lysee, Financial Times to The Art Newspaper and Fine Art Society in London. Jury members reviewed submitted works online over an eight week voting period before making their final selection.
Awards were presented in 21 categories to photographers of twenty-five nationalities."The Masters Cup celebrates photographers who operate at the highest levels of their craft," said the awards Creative Director, Basil O’Brien. "Catherine Hall’s Two Girls, Three Skates certainly represents color photography at its finest and we’re pleased to present her with a nomination.
"ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHY MASTERS CUP The Photography Masters Cup promotes the finest contemporary photographers to the world’s leading art directors, agencies, editors, galleries, curators, publishers, and dealers of photographic art. A celebrated online event around the globe, the annual Winners & Nominee Presentation is webcast live in a dynamic show that honors the finest work with the highest achievements in color photography.
Awards Comments Off Tue 09.25.2007
Last week we had an exhibit of gorgeous 20 x 30 inch prints of lifestyle portraits of persons using John Deere products in rural Maryland. The exhibition was sponsored by John Deere and included images created for Catherine Hall Studios by Catherine Hall and Curt Littlecott.
ART FOR AIDS ORPHANS is an annual art auction to benefit children orphaned and affected by HIV and AIDS. Supported by international artists who donate their work, local businesses who offer their services, an amazing urban exhibit space and a lot of goodwill, ART FOR AIDS ORPHANS aims to raise funds and awareness through our annual auctions. Our goal is to expand our fundraising each year, as we help people working with AIDS orphans throughout the developing world.
Please see Art For Aids Orphans website for more details.