I will be at “Exposure – A Gallery of Fine Art Photography” in Santa Fe tonight and tomorrow night signing commemorative posters. There are quite a few of my limited edition prints on exhibit in the gallery through the end of September.
The Nude Nite Tampa juried art show has selected “Seis Trace” for its 2011 exhibition. The event draws thousands of fine art enthusiasts and artists from around the country. The show is held in the Trolley Barn at The Heights and runs from March 3 – 5.
“Seis Trace” is from Suhler’s (e)Motion collection. Nude Nite Tampa is the third show this year to feature one of his fine art nude photographs.
The largest nude art show in the country, Nude Nite Orlando, has been chosen Tom Suhler’s, “Faberge” for its 2011 show. Now in its 13th year, this juried show draws thousands of entries from around the world. The event runs from February 10 – 12 plus a “meet the artist party” on the 9th.
“Faberge” is from Suhler’s (e)Motion collection. This is the 5th photograph from that series to receive recognition from the fine art community. Nude Nite Orlando is the second show this year to feature one of his fine art nude photographs.
Tom Suhler’s photograph “Neophlyte” has been chosen for Lexington Art League’s (LAL) Nude 2011. This annual exhibition has been called the largest and farthest-reaching annual juried exhibitions in North America solely dedicated to figurative art.
“Neophlyte” is from Suhler’s most recent fine art series shot in Winding Creek, Texas. Created between April and August of this year, the project strives to integrate the dancers with their environment while they interact with each other. 2010 proved to be a unique shooting opportunity. Rare Texas summer rainfall kept the creek flowing throughout the summer while it was warm enough to work in the water at night.
The LAL is central Kentucky’s oldest and largest visual art organization. LAL presents original, creative and accessible programs, with a reputation for thought-provoking content, that illuminate the role of visual art in contemporary life. The jurors for Nude 2011 included Mark Priest and Karen Gillenwater. Karen is Curator at the Carnegie Center for Art & History in New Albany, Indiana. Mark is currently an associate professor of painting and drawing at the University of Louisville with a MFA in painting from Yale University.
The exhibition will be held at LAL’s Loudoun House and runs from January 15 – March 13.
Tom Suhler’s photograph “Neophlyte”
The International Photography Awards competition has bestowed an honorable mention on one of Tom Suhler’s nude photos from his (e)Motion collection. The IPA contest is one of the most celebrated juried photo competitions in the world, with this year’s 15,000 submissions originating in 130 countries.
This marks the second time this year that Suhler’s fine-art nudes have been recognized in international competition. “Modern Image – First China International Internet-based Photography Competition” selected three photographs from the same (e)Motion collection for exhibition in the 2010 International Orange Photo Festival in Changsha City in late October.
The “Modern Image — First China International Internet-based Photography Competition” has selected three photographs from Tom Suhler’s (e)Motion collection for exhibition in the 2010 International Orange Photo Festival in Changsha City later this month. Suhler’s images were chosen from a group of more than 30,000 entries from 30 countries.
The official announcement states, “On September 7, the judges flied to Changsha and selected the works on the net for two days. The judges are satisfied with the quality and quantity of the candidate works in the Competition. The high-leveled photography competition has created an opportunity for Changsha photography circle to directly communicate with the world top photographers and improved the publicity of the brand of the photography culture in Changsha.”
The 2010 International Orange Photo Festival will be held October 22 to 29, 2010. The selected photographs will be exhibited for the first time in Orange Island in Changsha City, Hunan Province on October 22, 2010.
Tom’s selected photographs can be viewed on the competition’s web site and below.