[Enclosed] is a student-run exhibition and celebration of all things silver gelatin — a monochrome photographic process based on the light sensitivity of silver halides. Images resulting from this process consist of small particles of silver bound [enclosed] in a layer of gelatin.
[Enclosed] is free to enter and open to all artists whose work is silver gelatin in nature. Each artist may submit up to two works for consideration.
Entries must be original silver gelatin work, and should be presentation ready when delivered, i.e. matted, and/or framed, unless another method of presentation has been approved. Accepted work must be delivered and picked up in person.
Ron Baker, Adjunct Instructor of Foundations has a BFA in painting, drawing, and printmaking from the University of Alabama, and a MFA in painting and drawing from the University of Georgia.
Anita Stewart, Adjunct Instructor of Foundations and Art History has a BFA in printmaking from Jacksonville State University, and a MFA in photography from the University of Alabama.
First and second place awards, as well as an honorable mention, will be awarded at the discretion of our jurors.