David Helfer Wells is a film-maker and photographer who divides his time between Providence, Rhode Island and Bangalore, India. One day you can find him creating still and moving images for clients, such as Edible Rhody and the Providence Preservation Society on the unique local culture of America’s smallest state. Other days he may be working on personal/grant funded projects on the beautiful Narragansett Bay with the support of Rhode Island’s Council for Humanities and State Council on the Arts. In India’s “Silicon City” Bangalore, he is busy creating visual narratives for clients such as Bryn Mawr College and Aramco World or working on personal/grant funded projects supported by the Fulbright and Alicia Patterson Foundations.
He has worked on assignment for such magazines as Fortune, Life, National Geographic, Newsweek, The Sunday New York Times, and Time, among others. One editor described him as a “…specialist in intercultural communication and visual narratives that excel in their creative mastery of light, shadow and sound, stills and video.” His project on the pesticide poisoning of California farm workers was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize by the Philadelphia Inquirer. He has also worked for corporations such as Consolidated Natural Gas and DuPont as well as for non-profits such as the Ford Foundation and the New Israel Fund. More at davidhwells.com
"Annual Photography Exhibit"
In-Gallery Exhibit: October 23-November 15, 2020
Virtual Gallery: Launching October 27, 2020
Showcasing a diverse and creative selection of the region's finest photography!
Open, Juried, All Media
Juror: David Helfer Wells
Opening Reception (pending):
Friday, October 23, 2020
6:30 to 8:30 PM
Awards at 7 PM
Entry is open WAA members and non-member artists who are eligible to submit their best photography.
Awards: 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place, 2 Honorable Mentions, 2 Juror's Awards
Call for Entries (via CaFE - link to follow)
For all mailed/shipped work: Monday- October 12th
For all local work: Tuesday- October 13th & Wednesday- October 14th
Entry Fees (see CaFE Call for Entry)
Jury for Prizes:
Thursday- October 15th
Accepted or purchased art may be collected after the exhibit concludes on: Tuesday, November 17th (11AM-6PM). Accepted or purchased art may not be removed during the exhibit. A $5/day charge will be applied to all artwork not collected by end of business on Tuesday 11/17/20, unless previous arrangements have been approved.
Our next exhibit is Small Works Holiday Sale. Learn more by clicking here.