Members' exhibition

18 December 2013

Region: Yorkshire

Yorkshire Region held its first ever members' exhibition recently and it turned out to be a tremendous success. Peter Yeo carried out his duties as assessor with good humour, good advice and helped make the occasion the success it undoubtedly was.

Some 22 members exhibited and Peter Yeo selected various images as his choice and these can be found below.

There was also a vote by members who chose the picture "Round and round the garden" by Sally Sellet LRPS as their favourite and it is this picture which leads off our Members' exhibition blog.

But the competition was very close with the second place being shared by three members - Stewart Wall "The Age Divide"; Bernard Todd LRPS "Room for rent - no pets" and Carol Emmott LRPS " Jetty- Soustons Lake".

The exhibition which was held at the National Media Museum in Bradford was enjoyed by all and plans are already in the pipeline to do it all again next year.

Works were exhibited by 22 members who all submitted three pictures each covering a wide range of subjects and styles.

After looking at all the works Peter Yeo then chose one picture from each entrant as being his choice and they are listed below.

David Horner FRPS: Head to Head

Lydia Chetvertak ARPS: Leroy

Christopher Harland ARPS: Spurn's Dead Jetty

Judi Pennock LRPS: Appleby Fair

Graham Senior: Friends

 

Dr Mahendra Bhatia LRPS: Canoeist

John Shepherd FRPS:Lenten rose "White Hellibore"

Shelley Shipton-Knight LRPS: Gannet in flight

Dave Bowden LRPS: No Tears

David Burgess: Cathedralness

Stephen  Womack LRPS: Pride

Anthony Emmott: The Italian Chapel, Orkney

Carol Emmott LRPS:Soustons Lake jetty

Stephen J Dean LRPS: Bait Diggers at Marazion

Neil Wittman: They wouldn't recognise me without them

Bernard Todd LRPS: Room for rent - no pets

Barry Park FRPS: Connections

Douglas M Hay LRPS: Basilique de Notre Dame

Paul Styles LRPS: River Plym

Stewart Wall: The Age Divide

Mary Crowther LRPS: Wedding Guest

Comments (1)

 
Michael Pritchard
18 January 2014

I love the image at the top of the page. There is so much to look at in it.

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