Registration is Now Open Until June 18th

Register a Venue   Register an Entry

Surviving

Dianne Carroll Burdick's avatar Dianne Carroll Burdick

Surviving is a color photograph taken at Whitefish Point, Michigan, at the edge of Lake Superior. A fog rolled in. The fog blocked the Lake Superior beautiful blue water but the bright grey fog provided a dreamy backdrop to imagine the possible. The trees grow straight and then they bend with nature's forces, like we all do to survive whatever is in front of us. Dianne Carroll Burdick, a Western Mi. University graduate with a BFA in Photography, is a free-lance photographer in West Michigan. She is a Continuing Studies Instructor at Kendall College of Art and Design where she teaches Photography/ Digital. She has participated in over fifty art exhibitions and her work is included in six books. Dianne is the recipient of thirty five awards in Photography.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 2-D
  • Depth: 1'
  • Medium: Photography
  • Width: 2'
  • Year created: 2018
  • Height: 4'