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Thin Line Photography Festival Gallery

Greater Denton Arts Council
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Join Thin Line as we celebrate our 4th Photography Festival Gallery at The Patterson Appleton Arts Center!
Thursday, April 19 - 11am - 9pm
Friday, April 20 - 11am - 9pm
Saturday, April 21 - 11am - 9pm
Sunday, April 22 - Noon - 6pm

The 2018 Thin Line Photography Categories are:
TRUTH is an overall theme at the 2018 festival. Photographs in this category should convey some sort of truth. Is Truth subjective? Example themes include: Politics, Religion, Activism, Social Justice, Love, Music, or maybe even a personal truth. Don’t let this box you in; if the photograph communicates a truth, choose this category.

PEOPLE is a category for photographs that focus on people. It can be a group or an individual. This category does overlap with other categories and if this includes your photograph you need to ask yourself if the human component is the central theme. The simple fact that your image includes people does not mean this is the best category. Example themes include: Portrait, Historical, and Documentary.

NATURAL BEAUTY is for all photographs of nature. The images should not contain a significant human component. The central theme should be about nature in some form. Example themes include: Landscapes, Travel, Animals/Wildlife, Underwater, and Space.

URBAN is for all photographs that mainly feature urban environments. People can be featured as long as the context is urban. Example themes include: Architecture, Street, and Cityscapes.

ABSTRACT is for everything else. Do you create composited images? Do you layer effects like they are going out of style? This category is for you. Use this category if you feel your image doesn’t belong in any other category. Example themes include: Light Painting, Staged, Unreal, and Highly Edited.

Selected Submitted Photographers are:
Alexander Lozano / Denton
Jaspinder Walia / Valley Stream, NY
Susan Decker / Flower Mound
Susan Edgley / Coppell
Anthony Najera / Denton
Max Goldstein / South Orange, NJ
Erin Cristales / Sanger
Dylan Huddleston / Denton
Zoey Petersen / Little Elm
Mandy Price / Denton
Jeff Gamble / Denton
Christopher Zebo / College Station
Chance Kirby / Pilot Point
Kendra Laflin / Austin
David Simpson / Denton
Amy DeAnda / Denton
Abby Stanford / Denton
James Holt / Denton
Kaitlyn Kilpatrick / Bartonville
Cullie Poseria / Dallas
Darin Wahl / New Vernon, NJ
Mike Waterhouse / Denton
Nicole Gonzalez / Highland Park, NJ
Brandon Wade / Arlington
Claire DeJarnett / Denton
Tony Casillas / Denton
Lyndsey Banks / Woodbridge, Virgina
Charlene Ferguson / Otho, Iowa
Bella Poliseno / Denton
Lacy Bentley / Denton
Joshua Originales / Rosenberg, TX
John Keith / Payson, AZ
Kasha Slavner / Toronto, Ontario
Ashley Tubbs Pollok, TX
Stephen Morriss / Denton
Nicoletta Poungias / North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Paul Moody / Chicago, Illinois
Melody Wolfe / Wilmington, N.C.
Dom Fonce / Youngstown, OH
Perciosa Johnson/Denton
Emily Garthwaite / Woodford Green, Woodford London UK
Earl Walker / Baltimore, MD
Konrad Miklaszewski / Poland
Brandi McDuff / Denton
Ashley Gallegos / Denton
Bianca Lopez / Denton
Erik McCowan / Smithville, TX
Jeremy Tekell / Denton
Claire Jones / Concord, NH
William Brown / Opelika, AL
Thomas Farmer / Denton
Sabev Nabine / Geneva, Switzerland
Andy Odom / Denton
Curtis Smith / Denton
Brian Doore / Denton
Ian Johnston / Toronto, Canada
Ray Murphy / Lewisville