Another year and the awards keep rolling in.
The McMillen Gallery Park City is excited to share that Jared McMillens works have risen to the top yet again, this time being the International Epson Panoramic Awards. Thou the McMillens do not rely on the opinions of others to justify their works they do find it nice when it is noticed.
Two of the McMillens limited editions "Magic over the Oxbow" and "Infinity" have both been awarded Bronze in the 2016 International Epson Pano Awards.
THE MCMILLENS PROVE IT YET AGAIN!
The McMillens are proud to announce that their limited edition of “Infinity” and "One Moment" have been accepted into the Professional Photographers of America’s "Loan Collection for 2015". The International Photographic Competition (IPC) is presented each year through the Professional Photographers of America (PPA), entries from over 50 countries flood the judges and only the best of the best are awarded top honors of being welcomed into the coveted "LOAN COLLECTION". The IPC is the world's most prestigious photographic competition and to have two of the McMillens film photographs awarded with the highest honors is a true testament to the McMillens works captured on medium and large format camera systems. This marks the second time the McMillens have had a photograph awarded into the "Loan Collection", the previous being "Moody Blues", which has since sold out. This achievement is a huge milestone in the McMillens photographic journey, to have one photograph awarded top honor is a treat, but to have two is mind blowing. The McMillen Gallery would like to congratulate those collectors that currently own these works. For additional details contact or visit the gallery directly, 435.575.1270.
The McMillens are proud to announce that “Moody Blues” has been accepted into the Professional Photographers of America’s "Loan Collection 2013". This was the first McMillen entry into a competition, and to receive the highest honor available is a true testament to their talent as fine art landscape photographers. “Moody Blues” will be on display at the “Imaging 2014″ photographic exhibition in Phoenix, AZ in January, and published in the Loan Collection Annual next year. The McMillens are extremely excited to be placed in the “Loan Collection,” triumphing over well respected photographers with larger galleries worldwide. Having opened their signature Park City gallery less than a year ago, this accolade has brought international recognition and added greater value to their work for current collectors. To learn more about the sold out collection of “Moody Blues” or the work of Jared McMillen, call the gallery at 435.575.1270.
"Moody Blues" PPA Loan Collection
More great news has come in the form of a silver and bronze in the Epson International Pano Competition. Two photographs, the only two submitted by the McMillens into the 2013 Epson International Pano Competition, came away award-winners for outstanding panoramic photography out of thousands of entries. “Mystical Serenity” received a coveted "silver"; the McMillens newest release “Spring in the Vines” was awarded a "bronze". Each of the images was impressively captured on medium format panoramic cameras that shoot 120mm film. To learn more about the competition, please find the requirements below: “The fourth Epson International Pano Awards is dedicated to the art of panoramic photography. Advances in digital photography and software such as PTGui and Adobe Photoshop has resulted in an explosion in image stitching, especially in the panoramic format. Panoramic film photography also remains alive and well. The Epson International Pano Awards showcases the work of panoramic photographers worldwide and is the largest competition for panoramic photography. The 2012 competition saw 3853 images submitted from 893 photographers in 55 countries.” The McMillens continue to push the limits of creating straight images captured through the use of medium and large format film cameras, and are proud to be awarded for their classic work that has not been enhanced through Photoshop. Currently both of the winning photographs are hanging in the McMillens' signature Park City Fine Art Photography Gallery. “Mystical Serenity” is an edition of 250 limited edition photographic prints and “Spring in the Vines” is an edition of 100 limited edition photographic prints. To learn more, call the gallery at 435.575.1270.