2024 RPS 10th Annual Flower Show Exhibit

We are excited to announce our 10th Annual Juried Exhibit at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
This is a Juried exhibit, open to RPS members only.


Current RPS members may submit up to 4 photos for a single entry fee of $25. This exhibit will be juried by an outside judge and participants will be notified as to which images are selected for inclusion in the show.

There are no restrictions as to where or when your image was taken except that the image must not have been previously exhibited at the Cultural Arts Center and the main subject must be a flower or flowers.



  • Exhibit Dates: April 29th – May 31st
    • Take down dates May 30 and 31 – all pictures need to be removed by Friday May 31st
  • Deadline to enter: April 3rd midnight
  • Delivery of Juried In Images: April 29th
  • Venue: Roswell Cultural Arts Center
  • Address: 950 Forrest St, Roswell, GA 30075 (map)

A reception for the flower show will take place on May 6 from 5:30-6:30pm at the Roswell Cultural Center.

Framing & delivery: (Submission guidelines)

Any size image & frame or no frame your choice matted or not. Printed on paper, wood, metal glass etc. your choice. But must have framing wire on the back. Your business card on the back or contact information.

Please remember to utilize our RPS sponsor for discounts on printing and framing purposes!


DISCLAIMER: By entering this show you verify that you have read the entry application and rules carefully, understand and agree to comply with all the rules, including the waiver of liability and 30% commission. You also understand that the decisions of the judge are final. Your image may be used to advertise this event.

LIABILITY: Care will be taken in handling and securing images. However, The City of Roswell, Roswell Visual Arts Center, Roswell Recreation and Parks Department, and Roswell Photographic Society assume no responsibility for loss or damage to the work.

Our Judge: Larry Winslett

Larry Winslett is an award winning nature photographer who has chronicled the natural world in many parts of the United States and Canada. He has specialized in the regions’ wildflowers, animals, rivers, and streams. He is particularly noted for his work featuring the three major granite outcrops in Georgia—Stone, Panola, and Arabia Mountains. His photographs have been featured in a variety of publications, such as Sierra, Wilderness, and Wild Mountain Times and can also be seen in four permanent exhibits at Stone Mountain Park. His fine art prints are also displayed in such diverse locations as Stanford University and Cox Communications, and his work has been the focus of major exhibits at Stone Mountain’s Memorial Hall Museum and the Fernbank Natural History Museum. His photos have also been used by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Poetry Society, and the Dahlonega Chamber Music Festival.

Larry leads workshops and tours all over North America. He teaches photography and Photoshop at the Atlanta School of Photography in Atlanta, GA, the University of North Georgia’s Continuing Education Department in Dahlonega and Cumming, GA, and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Murphy, NC. He has been a frequent judge and presenter for photography at the Audubon Society, the Southeastern Flower Show, the Photographic Society of America’s international photography competition in Chattanooga, TN, and for many photography clubs around the Southeast.

Using his photographs to help make a difference is one of Larry’s passions. As a leader in environmental organizations, Larry has effectively used his photography in support of many major environmental issues, especially on the protection of native biodiversity and its habitats in Georgia’s National Forests, Stone Mountain, and other endangered places in the U.S. and Canada. Larry has served as Conservation Chairman of the Georgia Sierra Club twice and is currently its Wildlands and Wildlife Committee Chairman. Larry’s most recent conservation work has been with Georgia Forestwatch updating the book Georgia’s Mountain Treasures, a guide to the natural areas of the Chattahoochee/Oconee National Forest that need protection. The new book is to be released in late 2018.

Larry and his wife, Julie, co-authored the book Wildflowers of Stone Mountain Park. Working with the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, Larry also published Stone Mountain – a walk in the park, a book of nature scenes in the park. Both books are available at bookstores, Amazon, and this web site (see Store page). Larry’s work can also be seen in numerous other books, including The Reach of Song, the Georgia Poetry Society’s 2010 anthology, and Atlanta’s Stone Mountain, a Multicultural History. Larry and Julie are currently working on several new books.

All photographs appearing on this site are the property of Larry Winslett Photography. They are protected by United States copyright laws and are not to be downloaded or reproduced in any way without the written permission of Larry Winslett Photography.