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- Roy Elwood FRPS - June 2013
- Overseas Chapters Exhibition - May 2013
- RPS Staff Exhibition - April 2013
- Special Interest Groups Exhibition - March 2013
- Steve Williams ARPS - Jan/Feb 2013
- John Bradshaw FRPS - Dec/Jan 2013
- John Michael FRPS and Shelagh Wooster ARPS - November 2012
- Mike Birbeck FRPS - October 2012
- Alastair McGhee ARPS - September 2012
- John Gray FRPS - August 2012
- Carlo Chinca - July 2012
- Charley Murrell ARPS - June 2012
- Armando Jongejan FRPS - May 2012
- David Norfolk ARPS - April 2012
- Paul Hurst ARPS - March 2012
- Sue Macpherson ARPS - Jan/Feb
- Glyn Edmunds ARPS - Dec / Jan 2012
- Peter Dazeley - Nov
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John Clow FRPS - July 2011
John Clow's Snowdonia – A Retrospective
09.08.1932 – 19.08.2009
1st July - 28th July 2011
John first visited Snowdonia in 1958 walking and climbing amongst the mountains with which he came to love so much. A camera was soon acquired to record what he saw about him and then poetry and painting followed. He became a very accomplished water colourist but it was photography that took a major hold on his life. He walked and climbed in all weathers and as he gained experience with the camera he was able to portray the emotions and passion he felt for the mountains, capturing the spirit of Snowdonia in its many and ever changing moods.
John went on to hold numerous one-man exhibitions of his work in the UK and gained acceptances and awards in many national and international exhibitions. He had been a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and had served on the Distinctions Panels for the visual arts for some time. He had also been a member of the London Salon and had belonged to the Rushden and District Photographic Club and also the East Midlands Monochrome Group. He was well known on the camera club circuit, lecturing and showing his stunning monochrome photographs throughout the country, inspiring all he met with his enthusiasm and passion for photography and in particular of course, his beloved Snowdonia.
To have the opportunity to spend time in the mountains with John sharing his love of photography and Snowdonia was a great privilege and a very memorable experience.
Written by David Mills ARPS
All the photographs displayed at Fenton House are original Silver Gelatin prints and were taken with a Hasselblad 500CM medium format camera. Ilford FP4 film was used and developed in Ilford ID11 and printed on Agfa Record Rapid fibre paper.