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‘Three’ is theme of camera club’s latest exhibition

“At the Waterline #10” by Mary Ann Machi (Courtesy of the artist)
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“Three,” a themed photography exhibition by the Redwood Camera Club, is on display through Jan. 29 at the F Street Foto Gallery, located upstairs at Swanlund’s Camera, 527 F St. in Eureka. An Arts Alive! reception is planned for Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m.

“We wanted to give our members’ imaginations a workout,” said Sharon Falk-Carlsen, president of the 32-year-old club. “Each year, the club proposes a theme to its members to encourage them to go out in the field and look at things differently. ‘Three’ was our theme last year and this is the result.”

“Smoke, Sun and Pelicans” by Jack Hopkins (Courtesy of the artist)

The number “three” can be represented or seen in numerous ways.

“Sometimes it’s just literal,” said Greg Nyquist of one of his entries.

“And sometimes, it takes some time to see it,” said Falk-Carlsen of her entry.

Mary Ann Machi said of one her images: “It stretched my vision to go beyond the obvious and it made me think. That’s what I love about photography.”

“Blue” by Sharon Falk-Carlsen (Courtesy of the artist)

Redwood Camera Club participants for this show include Greg Nyquist, Barrie Love, Steve Kamelgarn, Mary Ann Machi, Jon Exley, Sharon Falk-Carlsen, Lisa Wilhelmi Perkins, Sandy Howard , Julie Fillman, Steve Conger, Diane Williams, Stilson Snow, Steve Lemke, Rose Kidder and John Lynch.

For more information, call 707-442-4522.

 

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