2011 Kellicutt Internatio...

San Francisco Bay area group provides exposure to photographic artists from around the world


HALF MOON BAY, CA October 12th, 2010


After the success of last year's show, the Kellicutt International juried photo show is pleased to announce a new panel of three acclaimed jurors for the 2011 show.  In 2010, there were more than 1200 entries from 20 different countries, the winners of which can still be seen at http://www.coastalartsleague.com/kellicutt/2010. This year, with the theme, "Through a Lens:  Inspiration or Desperation", photographic artists from around the world are again invited to enter, with the chance of displaying their work at the July, 2011 show.  Entry details and forms can be found at: http://www.coastalartsleague.com/photoshow


To evaluate such a wide gamut of techniques and styles the Kellicutt is honored to have a panel of luminary jurors:


Scott Atkinson

Scott Atkinson has been published by Audubon, The California Academy of Sciences, The Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club, Sunset, Westcliffe, and The Wilderness Society.  He has photo directed and/or edited more than 50 book projects and is a longtime calendar editor for Sierra Club.


Deanne Fitzmaurice

Deanne Fitzmaurice is a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer based in San Francisco. Her work has been published in Time, Newsweek, U.S. News & World Report, the NY Times Magazine, Sports Illustrated and ESPN Magazine.


Erika Gentry

Erika Gentry is a Visual Artist and Educator, and has been teaching electronic arts since 1996. She serves on the National Board of Directors for The Society for Photographic Education, the advisory board of Lensculture Magazine and is former Vice President to the Board of Directors for Fotovision.org.


Started in 2004, the Michael H. Kellicutt International Photo Show brings a wide range of photographic artists together and displays their work in the San Francisco Bay Area.  To maximize the range of photography, the show is open to all forms of photography. This allows the artists the use any available technique when interpreting the show theme.