Security Savings Bank Photography Show
Updated: Oct 23, 2020
Security Savings Bank 39th-Annual Photography Show October 20-December 11, 2020. Awards winners:
Capturing Light & Shadow
Best in Category: “Peace” by Alexandra Huston
Honorable Mention: “Clouded Reflections” by Charlie Conkle
Agriculture & Farm Life
Best in Category: “Silo Sunset” by Keith Williams
Honorable Mention: “Foggy Fall Morning” by Jen Hunt
Best in Category: “Maren” by Cy Hennings
Honorable Mention: “To Protect & Serve 2020” by Gene Dakin
The Four Seasons
Best in Category: “Hoar Frost” by Amy Glenn
Honorable Mention: “Remembrance” by Keith Williams
Animals & Creatures
Best in Category: “Barn Bandits” by Alexandra Huston
Honorable Mention: “Rupert” by Julie Peterson
Recreation / Vacation
Best in Category: “A Moment in Time” by Alexandra Huston
Honorable Mention: “Fishing at Dawn” by Keith Williams
David Mace Memorial Youth Award
“Ismail” by Charlie Conkle
“Lucy” by Cy Hennings
BEST OF SHOW
“Peace” by Alexandra Huston
Deadline for entry is 2pm Saturday, October 3. Click on link for entry form.
Rules and Guidelines
All photos must be a minimum of 8” x 10” not including frame. Panoramic images will be accepted. Photos must be matted or framed and ready for hanging with wired or notched frames – photos not ready for hanging cannot be accepted. Entry form must be attached to the back of each photo (see link below). Limit two (2) per category, with a limit of six (6) total photo entries. There is no entry fee for this show. Photos may be from any type of camera or processing. Security Savings Bank employees and their families are welcome to enter the show. Work must be picked up at the end of the show during the week of December 15-19. Security Savings Bank and the BCA reserve the right to exclude any entry, and/or to reclassify photos into categories at their discretion. Previously submitted works will not be accepted.
Buchanan Center for the Arts reserves the right to photograph works for purposes of education, documentation, and publicity. Images may be included on our website and social media outlets.
Award categories: Agriculture & Farm Life, Animals & Creatures, Capturing Light & Shadows, Faces, Recreation/Vacation, The Four Seasons, the David Mace Youth Award, and Best of Show.
Amateurs are defined as those who are not teachers of photography, those who do not have a degree in photography, or those who do not take photos for purposes of sale or other commercial use.
Meet the Juror: Trent Foltz is a commercial, editorial and fine art photographer. Foltz started his career 28 years ago after receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Photography and a Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. He worked for the National Park Service and National Forest Service as a photographer and audio visual specialist before opening a commercial photography business in St. Louis, Missouri. Clients included the St. Louis Zoo, Missouri Botanical Center, and Cracker Barrel Restaurants. After 10 years in St. Louis, Foltz returned to his hometown of Geneseo, Illinois, and continues to work with commercial clients. His fine art reflects the Midwest landscape he grew up with and believes is overlooked in today’s art world. Foltz has had many national and regional shows, and his work is in galleries and private collections nationally. Foltz is also an adjunct professor and teaches photography.
Photo credit: 2019 James Keefe Best of Show “Alpha” by Justin Parks.
All programming at the Buchanan Center for the Arts is sponsored in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency.