The Transylvania Times -

Camera Club To Exhibit 'Photo Inspirations'

At Hollingsworth Gallery

 

Last updated 1/25/2021 at 3:06pm

Spike Dumville took this photo entitled, "A Sunflower Day."

Once a year the Land of Waterfalls Camera Club exhibits a "Photo Inspirations" show, featuring the photographic visions of six local fine art photographers.

This year the show will be held at the Hollingsworth Gallery on East Main Street from Feb. 1 to 28 and will be featuring the works of Bruce Siulinski, Gloria Clouse, Joan Van Orman, Martine Stolk, Spike Dumville, and Nancy Dumville.

Siulinski specializes in outdoor, nature and landscape photography. His passion for outdoor sports –skiing, Fly Fishing, windsurfing and Kayaking – shape his photography and often provide the creative ideas that make his work unique.

Clouse has always been a lover of the outdoors and enjoys photographing animals in their natural habitat, landscapes and macro photography.

Van Orman tends to the more eclectic and enjoys the creative possibilities and opportunities offered with digital and mobile photography. Stolk combines her love for nature with her growing interest in photography. Her favorite topics are animals, she tries to capture their behavior, facial expressions etc.

The subjects Dumville enjoys most involve patterns, textures and the wry sense of humor and beauty that Mother Nature often displays when we least expect it. Dumville's images are created beginning in her own backyard, but reach out into the greater world, where she has discovered many different ways for the visual world to be extraordinarily gorgeous, intriguing, humorous and challenging.

These photographers have exhibited locally and regionally, so it is a pleasure to have them show their work here.

Martine Stolk took this photo entitled "Koala."

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 toward 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 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.

The club has monthly meetings covering a wide range of topics and periodically offers field trips, providing an opportunity for members to join in their mutual passion for making photographs.

For more information about the Land of Waterfalls Camera Club, visit their website at http://www.lowccnc.com.

 
 

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020

Rendered 02/26/2021 19:32