The Casements Camera Club held its 31st annual color show Friday, Sept. 7.
BY CHRISTINA DEPARIS | CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Depictions of all types lined the walls Friday, Sept. 7, at The Casements, for the Camera Club’s 31st Annual Color Exhibit.
The opening reception attracted nearly 80 members and guests who shared the night, with 69 images from 37 different artists, along with food and beverages to enjoy. Ans Van Beek Torkington and Bob Wynn, co-presidents of The Casements Camera Club, presented 14 awards to the artists with works selected by the two outside artists. There were no parameters for the submissions. Members were allowed display up to two works.
Anthony Copello is the Camera Club’s youngest member, and at the age of 12, he was awarded an honorable mention for a shot he took at De Leon Springs. He said likes most how the water flows in the image
“I’m very pleased that I got (an honorable mention),” Copello said. “There are a lot of good pictures out there.”
The exhibit will be displayed at The Casements until Sept. 28 and is free and open to the public.
And the winners are ...
The winners of the 31st-annual Casements Camera Club color show are listed as follows:
Best in Show: "Orthodox Monk in Romania," by Alan Hovey
First Place: "Jaguar," by Joan Robinson
Second Place: "Anther," by Gary Siamon
Third Place: "Kicking up Dust," by Jamie Boyle
Casements Award Winner: "Twi-Light Motel," by G. David Marshall