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“Present But Not Invloved” @ Fathom Gallery LA

My image “Polly Stroline” from Fabrik’s 2017 On The Street photo exhibition (below, previously at Photo Independent LA) is now included in “Present But Not Involved” street photography gallery show at Fathom in LA.

http://www.fathom.gallery/

My shot is part of a larger Hollywood series, here at Lens Culture: https://www.lensculture.com/mvlimbert?modal=project-274121

 

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Selected for Photo Independent “On The Street”

Have been selected as part of Photo Independent/Fabrik Magazine’s “On The Street” gallery show with an image from my Hollywood series. Will be shown in Los Angeles at Photo Independent 2017 (Friday April 21, 2017) and then at Fathom Gallery (April 29, 2017)

Part of the larger Hollywood series is here at Lens Culture: https://www.lensculture.com/mvlimbert?modal=project-274121

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Winner in 7th Annual International Color Awards

Just stumbled onto the knowledge I was chosen (back in May) as “3rd Place – Honor of Distinction” in the 7th Annual International Color Awards “People Category” with the following image of the famous San Francisco Twins. Also discovered I received 4 nominations in “Still Life” and 4 more nominations in “Americana”. Not bad for never getting the original notification…check out all the winners & nominations in the gallery or download The Journal pdf.

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“The 7th Annual awards received 7,416 entries from 79 countries and honored 274 title awards and 864 nominees at the Nomination & Winners Photoshow webcast Saturday, May 3, 2014. “

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Art Of Photography 2013 Selection

My image “Bag Bear” has been selected for inclusion in the Art Of Photography Show 2013 opening October 12th at the San Diego Art Institute. Thanks to producer Steven Churchill and Dr. Julia Dolan, the The Minor White Curator of Photography at the Portland Art Museum.

Update: Check out all the 2013 winners at the Art Of Photography Show 2013 gallery.

Rangefound Art Of Photography

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American Photography 29

One of my images from “rangefound” photobook (below) has been chosen in the 2013 American Photography 29 competition. Image will be housed online in the AI-AP Archive. “One of only 185 images from over 9,000 submitted…”

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Fresh Cuts of Faux

Downtown carnival with a new prize offering: fresh hanging cuts of fury faux lions and tigers. Like fuzzy sides of meat in a butcher’s playland. Or something like that. (Shhh…they’re sleeping…)

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Skagit River Hikeathon

Back from a week of living with the rocks in the Cascade Mountain Range in Washington. From Mt. Rainier to Ross Lake (Ross Lake Resort) and the dams (Diablo, Gorge, and Ross) of the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Hiked and ate. Kept the fire burning every 2 hours in the cast iron Alaskan. Many images of mountains I won’t post here.

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And I have to say I’m ALL for the National Parks of the US. And the Great Lodges. Yes, I possess an annual pass. When I leave the community confines of the park I can’t help but feel like I’m leaving home, into the unsanctioned unofficial world of back-to-school letdown.

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