Tuesday, July 16, 2013

UPDATED -- Donna Rosser is Having a Great 2013, and Its Only July

Fayette County, Georgia-based photographer Donna Rosser is having a great 2013, and its only July.

So far this year she has had work in two shows at Photoplace in Vermont -- Birds: Real and Imagined, The Magic of Light, and Lines Crossed, Walked, and Otherwise.

She has also had work in The Family show at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, the Emergence show at Lightbox in Oregon, two international photograph competitions (TPS21 and TPS22) sponsored by the Texas Photographic Society, and the Center Collection Show, Summer 2013 at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado.

Rosser's image East Beach, St Simon's Island (see image above) was featured in  le journal de la photographie for 7.24.2013.

She has been published in SHOTS magazine (Issue 119). Her image Serendipity (see image at the top of this blog entry) took third place in the Santa Fe Workshops competition "Animals."

This image has also been juried into the international competition the Photo Democracy awards, and will be on exhibit in the Photo Democracy Summer Show this August at Chris Beetles Fine Photographs Gallery in London this August.

Serendipity has also been selected as one of the images for Open to Interpretation's volume on Love and Lust, to be published in 2014. 

Rosser also has shows upcoming. She will have a show (with Anne Berry) at the Cochran Gallery, at  4 East Lafayette Square, in LaGrange, Georgia, around the corner from the LaGrange Art Museum,  featuring work from her Barbie Beach portfolio (see image above). This show opens with a reception on August 23rd, and will be up through the end of September.

In October, she will have a show up at the Dogwood Gallery in Tyrone,Georgia (with Dale Niles), as part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography 2013.

With all this success with her work, and with her growing reputation as a fine art photographer both regionally, nationally, and internationally, Donna Rosser is definitely a Southern Photographer We Watch Out For.

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