2020 CPA Members’ Juried Exhibition

Marty CohenCalifornia, Carmel, Center for Photographic Art, Landscape32 Comments



I entered several images into the 2020 Center for Photographic Art Members' Juried Exhibition. This year’s jurors, Ann Jastrab and Laura Sackett, reviewed over 1,300 images that were submitted from around the world and only 45 were selected to be displayed in the Gallery and another 45 in the Online Gallery. I am proud to announce that my image, “Patterns in the Sand” was selected for the Online Gallery. To have one of my images selected by these jurors from over 1,300 submissions from around the world, is a great honor.

The Center for Photographic Art will set up an online gallery of the 45 in-gallery images and the additional 45 online gallery images (which will include mine). You will be able to see all the images once the exhibit opens Saturday, April 18, 2020. I will add the link taking you to the online gallery here when it’s available, so check back at this page after April 18th. You are invited to attend the opening reception of the exhibit at the Center for Photographic Art gallery, Sunset Center, Carmel, CA. from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.

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32 Comments on “2020 CPA Members’ Juried Exhibition”

  1. I Sure wish both Sandy and I could be at the opening on April 15 this photography certainly deserve that but unfortunately we won’t be there but we celebrate your good fortune and your talent and the beauty of this photography!

  2. Congratulations Marty! You are incredibly talented. Thanks for sharing. We have such wonderful memories of the Sahara.

  3. We are not surprised, Marty. Such talent and what an eye. Congratulations. Nydia and Ralph

  4. What a beautiful photograph! Congratulations! We will try to make the Sunset Center event!

  5. Congratulations, Marty! The image is quite beautiful, highlighting the starkness of the terrain. Look forward to seeing the other images in the online Gallery showing.

  6. Congratulations Marty! It’s really an extraordinary image and very deserving of recognition.

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