Open to Interpretation
Since that experience, Clare has become an art entrepreneur, creating a unique (and truly fabulous) approach to presenting work. She has always wanted to be part of a creative publishing outlet, and so, she created her own, and titled it, Open to Interpretation. She decided that a juried book competition that called upon photographers, and later writers, would be an incredible opportunity, not only for herself, but for an array of artists, to produce something bigger than they could do in isolation, and the result of that collaboration would continue long after most exhibitions are off the walls.
Submissions to the Open to Interpretation’s next book, Fading Light, are due by June 26th. George Slade is the juror for the next book. Photographs are selected first, and then there is a call for writing. To submit, go here.
I thought you’d enjoy some samples from Water’s Edge. The book can be purchased here.
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