Photographic work by Robert Bolla was selected for Contemporary Art Gallery’s online exhibit “All Cityscapes.” And three of his photographs were selected for the online exhibit “2021 Just Photography,” Medford Arts, Medford, NJ. Bud Hirsch, Bob Rickert, and Adam Sandler have works accepted in the Art Saint Louis juried online exhibit Dreamlife. The exhibit is… Read More »
We have just reserved the Sugar Creek Pavilion at Kirkwood Park on August 8 from 3-6 PM for our annual picnic. We will give out annual awards that day. In the past, we have ordered chicken and everyone brings a side or dessert. We will need a volunteer to coordinate, order and pick-up the chicken,… Read More »
The last Saturday Series of this club year will be June 5, 2021 from 10am to Noon, on the club’s normal Zoom link. The subject is Lensball Photography: Using a Crystal Ball to Make Magical Photography presented by Marie Altenburg.
June 2, 7 PM, via club’s Zoom link is the annual awards night. First, there will be a presentation by William Field, The Four Directions – A Southwestern Journey. That will be followed by our Annual Awards Night where winners of the Image of the Year are revealed as well as Rookie’s Only winners, lifetime points awards,… Read More »
This is a link to a 2013 article about the camera club history by Jason Gray. There is information about photography clubs in the 1800’s and after. The author includes with then President Don York.
Program: Yellowstone in WinterPresenter: Allen Ahner Competition: Nature: OpenCommentator: Allen Ahner 7pm on our Zoom channel.
October 5, 1945 – May 15, 2021Born in St. Louis, MOResided in Saint Charles, MO Warren has been a member of the St Louis Camera Club since 2008. Visitation: Baue Cave Springs, 3950 West Clay, 63301Wednesday May 19, 2021 4:00pm to 7:00pm Funeral Service: Baue Cave Springs, 3950 West Clay, 63301Thursday May 20, 2021 10:00am… Read More »
Mary Ellen Brucker (née Shelton) August 7, 1926 – April 26, 2021 Mary Ellen (Mellon) was born in Seattle, WA, moving with her family to the Philippines in 1928. The family returned to the United States in 1938 and settled in Mill Valley, California, where she attended high school, before attending Stanford University (‘47), where she… Read More »
Bud Hirsch, Alan Sandler, and Barbie Steps have works accepted in Remnants, a juried exhibit at Art Saint Louis, January 16 – February 17. This exhibition will feature artworks that are made from/comprised of remnants of other materials; or works that are thematically about leftovers, remnants, what is left behind.