The Maine Photography Show

(Presented by Boothbay Region Art Foundation)

MPS has been the annual premier juried gallery show of photography in Maine
in the 16th year now.

Bruce Brown was the juror for this season's show.
Bruce is well known as a photographer, collector, and curator
for many art and photography exhibitions in Maine.

For the 2021 Show we solicited photos in the categories
Black and White, Color, Student, and Special Category (Community Celebrations).

The Special Category Community Celebrations
is an exciting but also very challenging subject,
considering the life changing period we are in right now.

110 selected photographs were exhibited at the BRAF gallery,
and as in previous years are now available online at this website.
The Exhibition Catalog can be ordered now and the prize winners have been announced!
(Go to Winners 2021 for more details.)

Thanks to the generous contributions from our Sponsors
we were able to award prize winners of the 2021 Show for all categories
and a Best of Show with cash prizes similar to previous years.

MPS 2021 - Photo Selection Completed!

We thank all artists for participating in the MPS 2021 photography contest!

Bruce Brown, our juror for this year

has evaluated and selected 110 images for the exhibition!

We received more than 600 magnificent photos

that were submitted by over 200 photographers.

If you missed the deadline for submitting your photos to MPS 2021,

please mark your calendar for next year's call for entry:

opens on December 1st, 2021

The map below shows the location and submitted image(s)

of every photographer who entered Maine Photography Show 2021:

(The white pins indicate the photographers who were selected for the exhibit.)

Click any of the pins or names on the side bar to see thumbprints of the images.

(Images with the golden border are the selected ones.)

Click on the thumbprints to get an enlarged view of that image.

We do not post the full size of submitted images to protect the authors.
Also, there is no address information on the map. The pins may more or less approximate the actual location.

Selecting the photos for the exhibition out of more than 600 images will be a difficult job for our juror,
specifically considering the excellence of the vast majority of entries.
Since we want to give every participant the opportunity to present their submitted work,
we created this map with everyone included.
(Please contact us and let us know, if you should not wish your photos to be displayed.)