Sponsored by the
Fredericksburg Photography Club
with support from
Fredericksburg Parks & Recreation
June 11 - 14, 2020
(check in dates June 8 - 11)
Dorothy Hart Community Center
Watch this space for Show Entry Forms, Rules & Categories
Best in Show
Andrew Sentipal "Black Bear Cubs"
Best in Show, Junior
Leah McLemore "Donut Give Up"
Marco deVito "Many Glacier Moose Tracks"
Download the Full Winners List Here
Sarah Skerker -Sarah is a retired Fairfax County Public Schools educator and school administrator, is an award winning nature photographer and wildlife enthusiast. She is a member of the Manassas Warrenton Camera Club (MWCC), and has served as President of the Heritage Hunt Photography Club (HHPC), Gainesville, Virginia. Sarah has also served on the Nature Visions Photography Expo Board of Directors. She has had images juried into Nature Visions, the Joe Miller Annual Abstract Photography Exhibit, and the HHPC Gallery Project. Sarah has many awards for her photography to include several end of year awards at MWCC, and Best in Wildlife and Water Categories plus Best in Show for her image “Antarctic Ice” at Nature Visions Photography Expo. Sarah has also created two books of children’s literature that feature her photography.
Art Cole - As a native Virginian Art has a passion for photographing all types of subject matter, but gravitates towards Nature Photography. He has shot digitally since 2000 and enjoys taking advantage of this dynamic photographic medium. Art uses degrees in Commercial and Studio Art as a foundation for the images he captures.
He was won awards for both his drawing and photography in area art competitions including an Equal Merit Award for his photograph "Darkness to Light" in a judged exhibition of Fine Art sponsored by the Lorton Arts Foundation in 2006. He currently is an active member of the Manassas Warrenton Camera Club and serves as the Meet-up Field Trip Chairman.
Art also served on the Fairfax City Commission on the Arts for several years and was a founding member of the Fairfax Art Guild. Currently retired he worked for thirty years for the Fairfax County Office for Children School Age Child Care program as Child Care Professional and a Regional Supervisor, finding opportunities to teach both school age children and Child Care Professionals about artistic concepts and mediums including photography.
Jeanne Mitcho-Jeanne became interested in photography in 2007 just when digital became affordable. I’ve been a member of Manassas Warrenton Camera Club since then, and have given workshops on Lightroom and abstract photography. My work has been consistently juried into Nature Visions, the annual Joseph Miller Abstract Exhibit and was featured in the former Art Beat Gallery in Manassas. I’ve had 12 winning photos and 24 finalists on Better Photo.com. I especially enjoy the challenge of abstract and bird photography.
2019 Show Judges
(l-r) Sarah Skerker, Jeanne Mitcho, Art Cole
Article about the 2018 Show published in Fredericksburg Literature & Art Review
Annual Show Award Winners Archive