Art Museum Announces Photography Exhibition Awards

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette is currently exhibiting Through the Lens: A Photographic Mosaic of Hoosier Life and Landscape, the first biennial exhibition of Indiana photography. The exhibited works for Through the Lens were chosen by juror Joe Johnson, a widely exhibited photographer and instructor of photography at Bowling Green State University.

Awards were given for Best of Show, as well as Best of Category for landscape, still life, portrait and urban.

The awards are as follows:

  • Best of Show: Chris Bucher, Should I Go Yet?
  • Best Landscape: Vincent Walter, Ecology Economics
  • Landscape runner-up: Chris Bucher, Welcome to the Neighborhood.
  • Best Still Life: Tracy Rivers, Abandoned Spaces
  • Still Life runner-up: Amanda Warner Fruits, Family Secrets
  • Best Portrait: Sally Wolf, Day at the Races
  • Portrait runner-up: Todd Matus, Dave (Under the Bridge)
  • Best Urban: Hadley Fruits, Untitled (from National Road Series)
  • Urban runner-up: Martel White, Car in Storefront

Through the Lens is sponsored by Lafayette Savings Bank, the Gannett Foundation, and the Journal and Courier.

The exhibitions will continue through March 22, 2008. Museum admission is free; donations are welcome. The museum galleries and gift shop are open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The museum is located at 102 South Tenth Street, Lafayette, Indiana. For more details, please see the museum’s website,

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