Color Play

Visit DCP’s Community Gallery to enjoy photographs that are full of colorful character and energy.

October 29 – November 11
Opening Reception: October 29 from 6-8pm. Free but RSVPs encouraged.
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays 1pm – 6pm, Thursdays & Fridays 10-2pm

Color Play
October 29 – November 11
Opening Reception: October 29 from 6-8pm. Free but RSVPs encouraged.
Gallery Hours: Tuesdays 1pm – 6pm, Thursdays & Fridays 10-2pm

Join us in the DCP community gallery to view the work chosen for the Color Play juried competition and exhibition.

Color in a photo has its own personality. Choosing the placement and quality of those colors gives the image character and energy. Whether it’s vibrant hues or subtle pastels, the use of color can help tell a story through photography. DCP invited photographers of all ages and skill levels to submit to DCP’s Color Play call for entry and show how they utilize color in a powerful way to create emotion, tell a story, and add depth to their photographs.

The gallery is free and open to all!

Prizes have been awarded to the following:

Adult Category
1st Place: Jordyn Garca
2nd Place: Amelia Hale
3rd Place: Anne Gullick
Honorable Mention: Brydie Hardwick
Honorable Mention: Michele Quitoga
Honorable Mention: Corey Singer

Youth Category
1st Place: Taarena Rathore
2nd Place: Taarena Rathore
Honorable Mention: Rose Duncan
Honorable Mention: MaryKate Ratcliff

The complete list of exhibiting artists:
Judi Altman | Randall Anderson | Hilary Bachelor | Mark Birnbaum | Kira Crugnale | Rose Duncan | Jordyn Garca | Steve Glick | Richard Greene | Anne Gullick | Amelia Hale | Brydie Hardwick | Alexis Keith | Jeff Krewson | Gavin Libotte | Efren Lizano | Ross Odom | Vivian Qain | Michele Quiroga | MaryKate Ratcliff | Taarena Rathore | Humna Raza | Corey Singer | Allyson Tomlinson

Peter Poulides is the founder and executive director of DCP. Photography and Peter discovered each other when he was 13, having just moved to Athens, Greece. When his high school teachers wondered why he wasn’t in class, they knew to check the darkroom.

After college his dream of being a travel photographer came into focus with his first assignment for Travel & Leisure magazine. That led to over a decade of assignments for national and regional travel and business publications, newspapers and corporations. His client list included: Smithsonian Magazine, Food and Wine, American Airlines, Forbes, Fortune, Business Week, New York Times, Exxon, Frito Lay and Texaco.

Like most photographers, Peter is attracted to color, form, and especially the geometry and whimsy in everyday objects and situations. This love of color shows up frequently in his own work and he looks forward to finding the strength of color in photos submitted for this exhibition.