Submit to the 2020 ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition

Shifting Polarities: Portraits of Renewable Abundance
by DeeDee Morris

A gues solo exhibition

Exhibition: February 6 - March 1, 2020

Opening: Thursday, February 6, 6-8pm
Artist's talk: Sunday, February 16, 2 pm

​Open to the Public - Free to Attend

These portraits explore the fluid spaces of gender and our connection with the non-human world (both organic and synthetic) from a range of masculine-identifying perspectives. My hypothesis is that there is not one gender or world without the other, without flow between these polarities.




March 2020

Winter Blues

Krista McCuish

Krista McCuish explores her fascination with ice using close up details and visual metaphor, to interpret its influence on our winter psyche.


April: 2020

Curtis Steele



Cuba from the Street

Anne Bastedo


During an intense 10 day trip, I photographed all day the people and places I saw on the streets of both Old Havana and Trinidad, Cuba. This show is comprised of the most representative of what I caught during that time.


June 2020

NSCC  Grad Show


July 2020

Time and Space

Michael Clutson

The photographs [to be] presented in this exhibition are designed to visualize the concept of time expressed in a variety of spatial environments. This may comprise implied movement, perspective(s) and/or tonal sensibility. Subjects range in age/duration from approximately half a billion years to less than one minute. Each having been captured in its physical journey through time and space as a static, two dimensional art form using relatively rapid camera shutter speeds and selective focussing.

Third Thursday Talk
Ron Pitts

Call of the Wild!

Thursday, February 20, 2020, 7pm
Open to the public • Free to attend • An excellent way to strengthen your photography.

Ron Pitts will tell the stories behind his images from the pond in Ontario that first inspired him to photograph wildlife, along with work from his travels across North America.

Open Print Review
Saturday, March 7, 2020, 10am - noon
Open to the public • Free to attend • An excellent way to strengthen your photography!

Open Print Reviews are open to photographers at any skill level. Bring your prints for a group review where passionate photographers will discuss your work with you, and provide feedback. Prints of approximately 8.5" x 11" or larger are recommended, but not necessary.

ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition 2019

January 2020

Far Away

David Quinn


Artist’s Statement

Far Away is part of a series entitled Abandoned, which examines the arrogance and futility of building a house in front of the sand dunes on a beautiful ocean beach. The forces of Nature won as the house was eventually abandoned as it stood within the high water mark. For years, it was an eyesore and served as a cautionary tale of the folly of such building practices. 


Artist’s Bio
Over the years, my interests have primarily centered on creating landscape and botanical images with an occasional venture into architectural and street photography. In many of my photographs I strive to evoke an emotion, raise an uncertainty or create a sense of movement either by isolating key elements or by blurring the subject matter. My work has been exhibited in over 125 shows in 17 states and in Spain, Turkey, and Greece. To me, a photograph has so much more value when it is shared with others. My work has appeared in 11 publications and received 18 awards in the past ten years.


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