Photo Exhibition Awards Presentation

April 2, 2023

Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition 2023

Join us in celebrating 30 years of fine art photography at Phillips' Mill! 

On display April 2–21, 2023 

Viewing hours:
Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday – 1 to 5 pm 
Friday and Saturday – 1 to 8 pm 

The prestigious Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition, now considered the premier annual juried photography exhibition in Bucks County, Pa., is on display at the historic Phillips’ Mill from April 2 - 21, 2023.

The show opened on April 1, 2023, with a lively reception and award ceremony for artists and supporters. You can view accepted work at the Mill through April 21 (see hours above) as well as online. You can also purchase works at the Mill or in our online store.

Over the years, as the show has grown and gained worldwide recognition, it has continued to attract extraordinary talent. Our committee members have been responsible for the success of this prestigious exhibition. Their dedication to their craft and the promotion of the fine arts in the Delaware River Valley through volunteering is admirable. Thank you to our committee members, patrons, The Phillips’ Mill Community Association, and its Board of Directors for their continued support and best wishes.

Photographs from that evening courtesy of Phillips’ Mill Photo member Daniel Michael Sierchio. Enjoy!

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Other NEWS


May 2023

A Picture-Perfect Event

The annual Spring Fling at the Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition was held on Friday, April 14, for Mill members and their guests. Great attendance, wonderful weather and superb photographs made for another delightful evening at the Mill.


Apr 2023

The Grist - April 2023

The prestigious Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition opened on April 1, 2023, with a private reception and award ceremony for artists and supporters. Learn more about Phillips' Mill Photo, celebrating 30 years of fine art photography, in this month's Grist.


Apr 2023

We Remember Dr. James Stinnett 

Jim Stinnett recently passed away at his home in Yardley, Penn., surrounded by family and friends. He was the husband of Carol Stinnett, Art Committee member and former Phillips’ Mill Art Show Chairperson. Jim and Carol were Lathrop Circle members and have, for many years, given an art show award for abstract painting. 



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Illustration of the Phillips' Mill -Artist: Kathie Jankauskus