Twelve is a juried show held annually in December. The theme of this year's exhibit is The Face of It. The exhibit explores interpretations and descriptions of the myriad subjects that captivate the photographer’s eye and imagination. In all the world of possible subjects, photographers choose one over others. What is that subject? Who or what is the face? The photographers represented in this exhibit show us their interpretations in many different forms of photography.
Submissions have been received and the images to be exhibited have been selected by professional photographer John Swain, the judge for the 2010 Twelve exhibit. He has selected the show and the award winners for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place cash awards and four Honorable Mention awards for a Viewpoint Workshop. There were 342 entries from 60 photographers. There are 96 images in the exhibition.
1st Award: Stephanie Luke: "King St. Station"
2nd Award: Houston Wyllie: "Fred"
3rd Award: Jason Kurokawa: "Illuminated"
Honorable Mention: Donald Satterlee: "Templo de la Desfiguración"
Honorable Mention: Derrick Warmerdam: "Stranger Watching"
Honorable Mention: Glenn Jones: "The Pigeon Feeder"
Honorable Mention: Richelle Schwartz: "Where Limbs Grow"