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Local Camera Club Members To Display Work

Throughout November


Last updated 10/29/2020 at 8:54am

"Autumn Reflection," by Jo Crebbin.

The Hollingsworth Gallery located at 147 E. Main St. in Brevard will soon be exhibiting images which were captured by seven local photographers, all members of the Land of Waterfalls Camera Club. This annual show features fine art photography which has been juried by a panel of three photographers, with only the best of the submitted images being chosen for the show.

The exhibit will run Nov. 1-30.

Alan Hunt, Don Voltz, Jo Crebbin, Martine Stolk, Spike Dumville, Ken Voltz, and Michael Dexter-Smith have variously displayed locally at Hollingsworth Gallery, Transylvania Community Arts Council, The Gallery at Elements Spa and other area galleries.

The images on display cover a range of genres, including landscapes, still life, waterfalls, local buildings and barns, and flowers. They are presented in a variety of formats, including framed print under glass, canvas, print on foam board and fused aluminum. All are for sale at the gallery.

"Ethiopian Beauty," by Michael Dexter-Smith.

The Land of Waterfalls Camera Club was organized in the fall of 2006 for photographers in the Brevard and Transylvania County area of Western North Carolina. The club's orientation is towards the craft of making high-quality images. Emphasis is placed on the artistic, aesthetic side of photography and the understanding of how to make fine images with cameras.

The local camera club is open to all photographers, digital or film, beginner or advanced, interested in learning, growing and improving their photography. It is not important where along the path a member is today, but that they have a sincere interest and desire to grow and get better at the craft and art of photography.

To find out more, visit the Land of Waterfalls Camera Club website at


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