Thanet Photo Club showcases its work in Ramsgate exhibition
End of year exhibition at York Street Gallery
Submitted to the Thanet Gazette
The Isle of Thanet Photographic Society closed the season with a stunning display of over 40 prints at their annual exhibition at York Street Gallery, Ramsgate.
Earlier in June, Paul Norris received the Mick Talbot Trophy in the final competition of the season, and then Paul Ralf was named 2021/22 Photographer of the Year, with the highest combined scores.
After three years as club president, Laura Drury stepped down as photo club president and was “absolutely delighted” to receive a beautiful bouquet of flowers from the members and committee.
She said: “It’s a brilliant club and the members have all been so supportive throughout this time. I have now passed the torch and I know the club will continue to go from strength to strength.
Members are now turning their attention to the club’s summer project where they must produce eight digital images on a variety of subjects, ready for judging in September.
Newly elected President Andy Shaw said:
“I was delighted to see the range and quality of member prints on display at our exhibition. We have wonderful photographers in the club and many aspire to improve their photography skills.
“The program for next season is being finalized and it promises to be varied and exciting. In the meantime, I will be traveling with the members to various locations over the summer.
Isle of Thanet Photographic Society have members across Thanet from Ramsgate, Broadstairs, Margate and surrounding areas.
From September, club meetings will take place on Thursdays at their new venue, the Portland Center in St Peter’s, Broadstairs. To learn more, visit them on Facebook.
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