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Phillips' Mill Photographic Exhibition

The prestigious Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition is a month-long celebration of the fine art of photography. It is now considered the premier annual juried photography exhibition in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Since its inception in 1991, the theme “Photography as Art, Photographer as Artist” has remained a constant. Over the years, as the show has grown and gained worldwide recognition, it has continued to attract extraordinary talent.

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Celebrating 30 Years of Fine Art Photography
APRIL 2—21, 2023

Sundays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 1 - 5 p.m.
Fridays & Saturdays, 1 - 8 p.m.

Entry period:
February 1 - 28, 2023
All are welcome to submit work via digital Entry

The prestigious 2023 Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition follows a celebrated tradition of showcasing fine-art photography from the local region and beyond. We encourage submission of a body of work in any photographic medium from historic to digital in order to best represent your creative expression. The exhibition will be on-site in the repurposed historic stone grist mill designed for presentation.
Check back here soon for more information about submitting your artwork. All are welcome to submit work via Smarter Entry.

Meet Jill Enfield

Juror for the 2023 Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition

Jill Enfield - Photo by Joe McNally

Jill Enfield
(Photo by Joe McNally)

Jill Enfield is a fine-art photographer, educator, curator and author and has been teaching photography for many years with a concentration on historical techniques and alternative processes. Her books on alternative processes are used in schools all over the world; her work is shown throughout the United States and Europe. 

Jill’s one-woman show, The New Americans, was exhibited in six galleries on Ellis Island, and included the Glasshouse of Immigrants, a glass house made of old windows and portraits of recent immigrants. The show, with the Glasshouse of Immigrants, was also featured at Photoville in New York City and the Annenberg Center in Los Angeles. She discussed the show during this interview with the Orange County Arts Council

For her recent work, titled The Way Home, Jill used her iPhone to take images from the Metro North commuter train that she rides a few times a week, traveling along the Hudson River from the Beacon train station to NYC. Jill made positive transparencies from the iPhone images to contact print on to glass for the final pieces. 

Jill has been teaching at Parsons The New School of Design since the late 1980s and has also taught at the International Center of Photography in New York City and at many workshops throughout the world. Her fine-art images can be seen in many museums around the world as well as in private collections.

You can hear Jill discuss her life and work during this interview with the Orange County Arts Council

The Psychology of Submitting to an Arts Show

with Daniel Goldberg Ph.D.

Phillips' Mill Photographic Exhibition
2022 Award Winners

We’re back, stronger than ever this year. With the COVID pandemic winding down, we are proud to present our exhibition in true gallery style, with printed images on the walls of the Mill to be enjoyed under the lights with friends.

Enjoy perusing the show program to see who were the award winners, the accepted work, and the energetic volunteers whose efforts helped make this exhibition happen.


Best of Show

Barry Good "Thoughts of Those Passed"

Barry Good "Thoughts of Those Passed"

Best Body of Work

Jeff Reeder "Fonthill#318"
(just one of his 5 images in the body of work)

Jeff Reeder "Fonthill#318"

2nd Place

Andrea Swenson "Aegean Dreaming"

Andrea Swenson "Aegean Dreaming"

3rd Place

Cheryl Bomba "I Rise"

Cheryl Bomba "I Rise"

Allen's Camera Award

Dede Pickering "Puff"

Dede Pickering "Puff"

Patrons Award

Ron Cooper "Lauren Greyhawk"

Ron Cooper "Lauren Greyhawk"

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The Phillips' Mill Community Association supports programming in the visual and performing arts, and hosts social and educational events. It is the broadest-ranging venue for artistic expression in Bucks County.

Sherri Andrews “Paths of Life”
Christopher Bosse “A Night at the Opera”

Youth Programs

Amanda Penecale “Cliffs in Autumn- Ottsville Pa”

Art Talk

Joe Gyurcsak “Opening Night”



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Illustration of the Phillips' Mill -Artist: Kathie Jankauskus