Pinelands Juried Photographic Exhibition

See the exhibit!

Image of © Michael Neuhaus "Fog Bow"© Michael Neuhaus "Fog Bow"

Second Annual Pinelands Juried Photographic Exhibit

PPA worked with a volunteer committee composed of professional and amateur photographers to host this juried photography exhibit. Our hope is that this exhibit exposes people to this lovely and under-appreciated part of our state and will inspiration exploration and action on its behalf. Images will be available for purchase.

Exhibit Viewing Hours

The exhibit can be viewed at the Pinelands Preservation Alliance located at 17 Pemberton Road in Southampton through December 7th during the following times:

  • Friday after Thanksgiving (11/23) from 1 pm to 4pm
  • Saturdays (11/24 and 12/1) from 1pm to 4pm
  • Sundays (12/25 and 12/2) from 12 noon to 5pm
  • Monday – Friday the week of 11/26 and 12/3 between 10am and 4pm

Directions to PPA.

Read the biographies from the 2018 finalists here.

NEWS: Philadelphia Inquirer 11/6/2018- These might be the prettiest pictures of the NJ Pinelands you'll see this year.

Over 600 photographs were submitted by 145 photographers for consideration and 84 beautiful images were selected to hang as part of the exhibit. Photographic images had to be taken within the boundaries of the Pinelands National Reserve.

Images were judged by landscape photographer, Albert D. Horner, an award-winning fine art photographer whose images distill the quiet beauty and intimate landscapes of New Jersey’s Pinelands National Reserve. In the past decade, using digital photography, Horner has produced more than 150 stunning images taken in the 1.1 million-acre Pinelands National Reserve. Some 80 of these fine-art photographs appear in his 2015 monograph, “Pinelands: New Jersey’s Suburban Wilderness.” A Pinelands Preservation Alliance board member, Horner uses his art to advocate on behalf of the ecologically important region, giving presentations and exhibiting his images.

Pinelands Juried Exhibition 2018 Awards

Open Exhibition Awards

1st Place -- On a Morning Walk by Dennis Abriola

2nd Place -- Cranberry Girl by Deborah Mix

3rd Place -- Pinelands Autumn by John Giatropoulos

Honorable Mentions

Gentian Bud by Mike Neuhaus

Fog Bow by Mike Neuhaus

Sky Bubbles by Greg Bullough

Swamp Pink by Amy Golden

Pine Barrens Tree Frog on Pitcher Plant by Robert Ferguson II

Sunrise in the Pinelands by Thomas Dolan

Wetlands Fractals by Christopher Smith

Bullfrog Eating Leopard Frog by Gregory Fischer

Queen of Bald Eagle Reservoir by Ellen Bonacarti

Executive Director’s Honorable Mention

Northern Pine Snake Tongue Flick by Robert Ferguson II

Student Exhibition Awards

1st Place -- Mill Lake Reflection by Lily Smith

2nd Place -- Bass River Forest with Flare by Audrey Seals

Honorable Mentions

Sun Through Trees by Nico DiPinto

Leaf On Moss by Audrey Seals

Evening Glow by Colin Reilley

Twilight by Colin Reilley

Exhibit Steering Committee Members:Rich Lewis (co-chair), Chris Kosseff (co-chair), Albert Horner, Sara Ascalon, Bonnie Rovere, Cathy Melfi, Charles Riter, Peter Hewitt, and Edward Tenthoff.

For more information or questions please contact:
Steve Sebastian, 609-859-8860 ext. 124 or

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