July went by in a flash, can you believe that it’s almost the end of summer?!

Speaking of summer, we’ve seen some amazing photography come through in our Splash Water Photography Contest.  You’re such a talented bunch!

EXCITING NEWS ALERT! We will be featuring some of our artists at the Photoville exhibit in Brooklyn Bridge Park next month so make sure all your portfolios are updated with all your best images. We’re looking for photography as we speak so GO GO GO!

If you’re located around the Tri City Area, clear out some time in your calendar to come and visit us. We love connecting artwork to faces 😉

Best,
The Your Art Gallery  Team

REAL ARTIST REAL STORIES: RANDY LE MOINE

Native New Yorker, Randy Le Moine, knows a thing or two about photographing New York cityscapes; he’s been doing it for three decades. Read on to find out more about Randy Le Moine.

SPLASH! JUST ADD WATER

Err…and a camera 😉 The contest is filling up fast, already at 20% capacity with only 6 weeks to go. This is shaping up to be our best contest so far, you don’t want to miss this!

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH PETER GUTTMAN

In honor of World Photo Day on Saturday, August 19th, we’ve interviewed one of the World’s Most Influential Photographers and Travel Journalists, Peter Guttman. We’re also giving away 6 months Free Gold Memberships to the first 25 members to enter in code: WORLDPHOTODAY on Saturday.

CONGRATULATIONS!

A big congratulations to our Macro Contest Winners – Stela & Marco! A close race until the very end. Honorable mentions to our Top 5 Winners; Paul Welch, Eric Svec, Robbie Ross and Maria Ferrari. Take a peek at who made the Top Ten.

PHOTOVILLE IS COMING!

This is such a fun event for all artists to attend with exhibits, food and workshops. Located under picturesque Brooklyn Bridge in September, I dare you not to be inspired!

IT’S A PHOTOGRAPHY MIRACLE!

DON’T FORGET: The Total Solar Eclipse is on August 21st, 2017. Visible for the first time in 38 years to those living between Oregon and South Carolina. Here are a few tips to capture a piece of astronomy history with your camera.