Recent Competition Winners.  Congratulations to the authors!

29th May: Workshop

Many thanks to Judith Gimber, ably assisted by Paul Martin, for running this interactive and informal print critique workshop.  It was an informative and sociable evening full of top tips for improving composition, technical aspects and presentation.

 

22nd May: Print Competition #5

Last night’s competition was judged by Lloyd Moore.  Lloyd delivered his views clearly and awarded a wider than usual range of marks looking for work that had impact, showed emotion/involving or something ‘different’ either in subject matter or angle of view.

Congratulations to Julia Wainwright whose “Bison in the Snow” was awarded first of the evening; Trevor Alexander’s “Gasholders at Kings Cross” was second and John Draper’s “Reggie” third.  19s were awarded to Julia for “Meditation”and John  for “Pooch” and “Bluebell Wood an Artistic Impression”.  18s were scored by Ron Churchill, Judith Gimber, Alice Kass, Paul Liu, Julia Wainwright and Avril Candler.

Many thanks to everyone for supporting the evening and special thanks to Lloyd for his informative and thorough judging.

15th May: Annual Nature Print and Projected Competition

Judged by Ron Tear MPAGB ARPS PSA3 BPE3 whose extensive knowledge of the natural world made for a thoroughly enjoyable and informative evening.

The Print Trophy was won by Julia Wainwright with “Coyote in the Snow”, Judith Gimber came second with “Macaques Grooming” and Avril Candler third with “Female Anna’s Hummingbird”.  Julia’s “Fishing Bald Eagle” was highly commended as were Alice Kass’ “Fatsia Japonica”, Frank Woods’ “Yew Tree Ghosts” and Ron Churchill’s “Marble White Head On”.

It was definitely Julia’s night as she won the Projected Trophy with “Cheetah Siblings Play Fighting” and third place with “Black-Backed Jackal with her Pup”.  John Draper’s “Mara” was second;  Ron Tear gave three images ‘highly commended’ and these were “Bellowing” by John Draper, “Feathers” by Ron Churchill and “Tying the Knot” by Judith Gimber.

Very many thanks to everyone who supported the evening and special thanks to Ron for his judging.