Images of Bucks County, Leeside Farm and its animals.
Biography: Carol Carmichael's photography celebrates rural America. She provides a gentle view of animals, plants, and forests around her Bucks County farm. By varying inks, papers, and digital techniques, her photographs capture her love of rural life. She portrays ordinary animals (cows, guinea hens, deer and other commonplace animals) and chickens of all sizes and shapes to show their extraordinary beauty, grace, and personalities (from noble to quirky). In January and February 2007, her work won 10 medals or honorable mentions, and 63 juried acceptances in Photographic Society of America-accredited exhibitions. In 2006 , Carol had 145 works (54 works in 2005) accepted or awarded medals, and she has received PSA stars in three divisions: Nature, Color, and Electronic Imaging Divisions. In October 2006, the International Salon "GranTour Delle Colline - Arno" awarded her photograph the 2nd place medal in color photography and she was invited to Italy to accept it. In August 2006, she was selected as one of the winners in the National Press Photographers Association - Women in Photojournalism Photo Competition, for her photo "Moment of Living: One Last Push." Her "Old Bottles" was nominated for "Best Still Life" for the the 2006 Black and White Spider Awards. They named her an Honorary Spider Fellow and included the photo in their calendar. This year, her "Calla" has been nominated for "Best Still Life" for the 2007 Black and White Spider awards. In the May 2006 PSA Magazine, Carol was included in the Photographic Society of Americas list of "Who's Who in Photography." In addition, her work has been selected for exhibition at a variety of galleries and museums.
Country: United States
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