The winners of the sixth-annual Alameda on Camera have their work on display at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts through May 26.
For the exhibit, 48 invited photo-based artists explored Island neighborhoods, favorite places and secret hideaways for 48 hours.
The winners of the event by category and sponsor are:
– Best of Show: “To the Boatyard” by Ginnie Chabre, sponsored by an anonymous friend of Frank Bette;
– 2013 Marketing Award: “Alameda Old and New” by EB Bounds, sponsored by Frank Bette Center for the Arts;
– Classic Photo Award: “Open Reflection” by Alyx Morgan, sponsored by John Sheridan Digital Printing;
– Historic Alameda Award: “Crossing Timeline” by Victoria Klum, sponsored by John Sheridan Digital Printing;
– Creative Digital Arts Award: “Alameda is Architecture” by Jeff Dunn, sponsored by John Sheridan Digital Printing;
– 1,000 Words Award: “Apocalypse Alameda?” by Joanne Clapp Fullagar, sponsored by the Alameda Journal;
– Photojournalism Award: “Stamps” by John Griffin; sponsored by the Alameda Sun;
– How Cool is Alameda: “Sunset Ships” by Chris Adamson; sponsored by Alameda Patch;
– After Dark Award: “Through the Trees” by Andre Hermann, sponsored by Asena Restaurant; and
– Nature, Nature, Everywhere Award: “Bare Bones” by Barbara Landis, sponsored by C’era Una Volta Restaurant.
Peter Tonningsen served as juror for the event and exhibit. Tonningsen is a fine-art photographer and teacher, specializing in black-and-white photograpy, alternative processes and handmade books. An active adjunct instructor, he teaches at the Academy of Art University and has taught at San Francisco Art Institute, San Jose State University and in Oakland-based Castlemont High School’s art-enrichment program.