Please note Worcestershire Camera Club special interest groups (Digital Photography, Contemporary, Audio Visual, and Photography Development) are currently running online via Zoom.  Members signed up for notifications from the groups will receive emails with details of the meetings. 


The evening was full of visual surprises, free-ranging comments, interpretations, questions and lively discussion with plenty of humour.

Once again the group provided a wonderful opportunity to view a wide range of distinctive prints and PDIs.

Here’s a flavour of what was on offer.

Alex Isaacs – excerpt from ‘The Journey’ series

 

     

Anne Hoath - from ‘Brief Encounter’ series

 

John Hoath – from ‘The Silent Mosquito’ series

 

Darren Leeson - from ‘Signs of the Times’ photo-project

 

Harry Wilkie – ‘Bird in Doghouse’

 

James Boardman-Woodend – Two images comparing and contrasting the dissident art of Ai Weiwei with those of classical art-forms and dystopian urban graffiti expression

 

 

James Boardman-Woodend – Two images comparing and contrasting the dissident art of Ai Weiwei with those of classical art-forms and dystopian urban graffiti expression

 

Jayne Winter – excerpt from ‘Found Art’ series

 

Roger Plant – ‘Several Shades of Grey’

 

Ruth Bourne – ‘The Machine’ from 'City 17' series

 

Henry Tomsett - from ‘Street Clutter’ photo-project

 

Stewart Bourne – ‘Gestures’ from 'Through a Glass Darkly’ series

 

Tessa – 'Bridal Dreams from 'Suburbia' series

 

Clive – ‘The Witching Tree’ from ‘Wildwood’ series

 

From a world-wide canvas we viewed a selection of work from Luis Mallo on the theme of Found Art'.  Here’s the link for further exploration:

www.luismallo.com/projects_InCamera.html

  

We asked about contributing prints during August to be part of a large exhibition representing WCC at The Hive.  This was very much supported and more information will follow.

The group certainly goes from strength to strength.

Clive and Tessa