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It’s a Dog’s Life!

“bark” “woof” “arf”

“Money can buy you a fine dog, bu only love can make him wag is tail.” -Kinky Friedman

Photographers: A Call to Enter “It’s A Dog’s Life”

Juror: Elizabeth Avedon

“Dogs are man’s best friend”, said every dog lover! Pure bred, show dogs, mutts, or mongrels, I’d love to see your best dog photographs! They may be a pampered member of your family, sitting in on all your family portraits, or any dog out in the world captured by your camera…


Call Opens:  March 13, 2022

Deadline for Entries: April 13, 2022

Notifications: April 27, 2022

Framed work due to gallery: May 27, 2022

Exhibition will hang on the walls, and online: June and July, 2022

Artist’s Reception to the announced at a later date


To Enter…

Please follow these directions exactly to send your entry via email to

  1. subject line: Dogs
  2. file name on each image: your last name your first name title of image – example: mccrarynancybigredhouse
  3. images should be 72 dpi, 1000 on the longest side, jpeg only
  4. Please zip all images into a file and attach the file to the email.
  5. pay for entry (see below)
  6. Send the email


$30 for 3 images. Click here.

Additional images are $10 each. Click here.

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Elizabeth Avedon is an independent curator and photo consultant. Former Director of Photo-Eye Gallery, Santa Fe;  Art Director for Ralph Lauren; Elizabeth has received recognition for her exhibition design and publishing projects, including Richard Avedon’s “In the American West” for the Amon Carter Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and Art Institute of Chicago; and exhibitions for the Leica Gallery, New York; the Menil Collection, Houston, Texas; and for the Estate of Diane Arbus, among others. Elizabeth has been a juror for the prestigious Leica Women Foto Project Awards 2019-2022 and continues as an instructor in the Masters MPS Digital Photography program at the School of Visual Arts NY. In 2017, she received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Griffin Museum of Photography.

Photograph by jerry Atnip

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