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Winners Announced for Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition

“Hamilton on a Grey Day” by David Yarnall.

The Phillips’ Mill Community Association has presented awards to photographers as part of the
kickoff for the 26th annual Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition, which continues through June
24 in New Hope.

The award for Best of Show/Best Body of Work went to Daniel Goldberg, of Princeton, N.J.  He used his experience as a psychologist in Princeton to focus on the emotions in his human subjects.

“Holding a Torn Universe” by Daniel Goldberg.

“There is something about emotions that interests me and that carries to my photography and
being a part of what I do,” Goldberg explained.

Patron’s Awards went to Dutch Bagley, of Elkins Park; Peter Hewitt, of Doylestown; Matthew Kelly, of Holland; Christopher Kennedy, of Doylestown; Sharon Mastrisimone, of Newtown; and David Yarnall, of King of Prussia.

The Judges Award was granted to J. Verni, of Fairless Hills, and the Spencer Saunders Award went to Valerie Chaucer-Levine of Hillsborough, N.J.

In all, the exhibition features 94 photos in varied media and styles.

“Do Not Remove” by Christopher Kennedy.

The exhibition was juried by Wendy Brusca, an award-winning photographer; Valerie Pfaff, an
art and photography teacher and award winner; and Henry Rowan, a national award-winning

“We’re one of the only photo shows that draws amateurs to professionals,” said Claudia Davis,
who chaired the show this year.

“The Three” by Dutch Bagley.

The 26th annual Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition is being held at the Phillips’ Mill Community Association, 2619 River Road, in New Hope. The show is open Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is $5 for non-members, and members are admitted free.

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