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Exploring the Light 2014
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Special Events Coordinator
10075 Commons Street
Lone Tree, CO  80124
Ph: 720-509-1010
Fax: 720-509-1011

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The annual Lone Tree Photographic Art Show and Sale has a new name – Exploring the Light!

Exploring the Light will run from April 19, 2014 to June 8, 2014 at the Lone Tree Arts Center and is presented by the Lone Tree Arts Commission and the Lone Tree Photo Club, and is supported by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

Viewing hours: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday and two hours before productions at The Lone Tree Arts Center.

All images are available for purchase through the Lone Tree Arts Center Box Office.

Exploring the Light Opening Cocktail Reception
April 19th, 2014, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
At Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street
Music, appetizers and fun.

2014 Artists:
Categories include Landscape, Motion, Abstract and Animals.
62 artists were chosen out of 438. 

Wednesday, April 16 - Images Delivered (9:00 am to 6:00 pm)
April 19 - June 8 - Photo Show Dates
Saturday, April 19 - Opening Reception (3:00 pm - 5:00 pm)
Monday, June 9 - Images picked up by artists and buyers (9:00 pm - 6:00 pm)

Cash awards are estimated at $4,000. 2014 Best of Show winner will be awarded gallery space for approximately 30 days at the Lone Tree Arts Center following the close of Exploring the Light 2014.

Exploring the Light - 2014 Photo Show Book for Purchase
With photographer’s permission, the Lone Tree Photo Club will compose a book with accepted entries representing Exploring the Light 2014. Accepted images will be printed with the photographer’s name and information about the image such as location, camera and the story behind the photo. Exploring the Light will be available for viewing and purchase online after the close of the show in June 2014.
If you are an accepted artist please fill out the Exploring the Light questionnaire by clicking here.

2014 Juror: Glenn Randall
Since 1979, Glenn Randall has combined his love of wilderness with a passion for photography. His intimate knowledge of atmospheric optics, weather, and the landscapes he photographs allows him to find the intersections of magical light and stunning subject matter that produce exceptional images. His work has been published in Audubon, Avalanche, Barnes & Noble, Brown Trout, Sierra Club, Nature Conservancy, and Runner’s World calendars and in Audubon, GEO, Outdoor Photographer, Outside, SKI, Los Angeles Times Magazine, National Geographic Adventure, New York Times Magazine, and many others. Prints of his fine-art landscape photographs can be found in several Colorado galleries. His photographs have also been used by many book publishers and corporate clients.

At age 56, he has accumulated over 1,100 photo credits, including 71 covers, and sold over 10,000 prints. He was the sole photographer for two books of landscape photographs, Rocky Mountain National Park Impressions and Colorado Wild & Beautiful, both published by Farcountry Press. He recently finished Sunrise from the Summit, a seven-year project in which he shot sunrise (or occasionally sunset) from the summit of all fifty-four Colorado Fourteeners. For more information, please visit 
Mastering Dramatic Light - 2014 Photo Seminar by Juror Glenn Randall
Saturday, April 26, 2014 8:30am-12:30pm
Lone Tree Arts Center Event Hall
Registration Fee: $35

Many of the most dramatic landscape photographs are taken in "high-voltage" light, with sunrise or sunset light stabbing through clouds and brilliantly spotlighting a distant peak or sandstone tower, leaving the equally important foreground in deep shadow. Capturing a full range of tones in such high-contrast situations, and reproducing them in a way our visual system considers natural, has challenged landscape photographers ever since photography was invented over 150 years ago. Our eyes can see a range of light intensities, from brightest highlight to darkest shadow, of about 10,000 to 1, but even good sensors can only capture a much smaller range, perhaps 500 to 1, and a print can only exhibit a range of about 50 to 1. This course will tackle this fundamental problem in a variety of ways. Students will learn how to photograph any landscape subject, in any light, and be confident that the final print will have the detail and tonality they want throughout the image. Register online or call the Lone Tree Arts Center Box Office at 720-509-1000. Pre-registration is required. Open to all levels of photographers.

Questions? See Frequently Asked Questions below, then contact Special Events Coordinator, Lesley Johnson,  or 720-509-1010.

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