Monday, November 12, 2012
The Oct. 3rd opening for our Annual Juried Exhibit -Time - at the Brockville Country Club was very well attended. Thanks to all who helped with the hanging - a great job. Special thanks to our judges Bruce Gunion, Richard Martin and Winhara Burrow. The awards are listed below. A selection of images from the exhibit can be found here.
"Erosion: by Elaine Lamond
"Life of a Flower" by Blaine Levey
"Classic Coke" by Elaine Lamond
1st – “Time Out” by Pete Medcalf
2nd – “Tim’s Time” by Christine Gibson
3rd – “1812” by Jan Medcalf
Black & White Category
1st – “Classic Love” by Christine Gibson
2nd – “Time Waits for No One” by Laurie Snelling
3rd – “Time Frame” by Pete Medcalf
Best of Show
“The Boneyard” by Mary Freamo
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
|Close Together by Laurie Snelling|
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
|Invitation photo courtesy of K. Bolton|
Thanks to Mary Freamo for designing the invitation and to Kerey Bolton for the use of her image.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Congratulations to Larry Meikle on having an article published in the Winter/Spring (No. 63) issue of The Country Connection. Not only that but the cover photo is by Larry. Click on the image at left to visit the publisher's website for more information and where a digital edtion of the magazine is available for purchase.
|The Country Connection link|
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
It's been some time since our last post so we have some catching up to do. We'll endeavour to do so over the next little while. In November we started the month with a very interesting presentation by club member Bill Millward on the art of body painting .... some beautiful photography and an inside look at this art form. Check out Bill's work and that of his fellow artists at Toronto Bodypainting. Our second meeting of the month featured club member Jennifer McCluskey with a presentation on Post Production emphasizing Photoshop and PS Elements. The complexity of these programs can seem a bit overwhelming so we're grateful to Jennifer for her guidance and patience. Be sure to make use of Jennifer's insight in Photoshop Corner and if you have suggestions for a future presentation or PS Corner topic send her an email (or use the drop down menu on the contact form).