H. Gay Allen


Ms Allen majored in art at the University of Kentucky and later worked as a professional photographer for national and regional corporations. She was a photographer for Louisville Magazine, University of Louisville Health Sciences Center, Tulane University Medical Center, Louisville Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky Dance Council, Inc., Pan American Life Insurance Company; New Orleans Yacht Club and private clients; and has placed many photos and articles in the Louisville Courier Journal; New Orleans Times Picayune; and New Orleans Magazine. She was also a 'stringer' for USA Today. Currently her work is currently in a State-wide traveling exhibit sponsored by the State of Georgia.

A few of the places where her work has shown: Chic Gallery in Alpharetta and formerly at Phipps Plaza, Atlanta, GA (current); Ann Jacobs, Phipps Plaza, Atlanta, GA; Plymouth Center for the Arts, Plymouth, MA; Atelier Progressif, Catskill, NY; Barrett Art Center, Duchess County, NY; The National Arts Show Gallery, Dallas, TX; Cade Fine Arts Center Gallery, Washington D.C; Center for Fine Art Photography, Denver, CO; Museum of Computer Art (physical) Gallery, New York, NY; Glenn Art Gallery, St. Simon's Island, GA; 2Rules Art Gallery, Marietta, GA; Artists Atelier, Atlanta; Atlanta Photography Group Gallery; Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC); Atlanta Artists Center Gallery; Abernathy Arts Center, Sandy Springs, GA; Dunwoody Fine Arts Pop-up Gallery, GA; Seen Gallery, Decatur, GA; Out of the Woods, Baker Street, Atlanta, GA; Sidewalk Gallery, Virginia Highlands, Atlanta, GA; Spruill Art Center Shows, Dunwoody, GA; Quinlan Center for Visual Arts Center, Gainesville, GA.

Her photographic accomplishments span various techniques, mediums and genre and she has won local, regional, national and international placement and awards. She is currently Chairman of the Atlanta Photography Group?s Design Salon; on the advisory board of the Museum of Computer Art, New York; and served as a volunteer administrative judge for a large international online art gallery. Recently she was interviewed for IndieStyle TV program, which aired in Atlanta and Manhattan. She also served as the sole judge for the 16th annual International Donnie Awards competition for the Museum of Computer Art; and is a featured speaker, judge and portfolio reviewer for individuals and organizations throughout the Southeast.

H. Gay Allen's AutoGallery exhibit

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