2020 Small Stones Festival of the Arts Accepts Three Images

September 19, 2020 — Three images I submitted to the 2020 Small Stones Festival of the Arts were selected by a panel of three fine art photography judges to be published in their hardcover catalog. Only 29% of the 500 submissions were accepted for publication. These images will also be exhibited and judged for the festival’s top awards.

Full face of little girl with large eyes staring straight at you
Little Girl Turnaround
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Three Amish children in Lancaster, Pennsylvania looking out the back window of their family's buggy going to Sunday services
Looking Back
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Older woman with old-fashioned scarf staring pensively into the distance
Where did the Years Go?
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For my work to be accepted to appear with over 140 artists, who are some of the finest visual craftsmen you will find, is such an honor. Competition is rigorous because your work is judged by critical professionals. And that’s the way it should be. But nevertheless, it’s exciting and challenging at the same time.

Logo of Small Stones Festival of the Arts
The Small Stones Festival of the Arts, held each November, is a collaboration of Apple Tree Arts, the Worcester County Camera Club, and the Blackstone Valley Arts Association. The festival includes a juried exhibition of photography and painting, a musical program curated by Apple Tree Arts and, in future years, will expand to additional genres.

For more information about the Exhibition, please click here.