Yes, it’s February again – that means two things are certain – snow and the now famous KCC Exhibition.
Thank goodness we have such spirited helpers among our members. Out of our membership of about fifty fourteen came along to help frame the prints and sixteen came to hang them in the library. Many hands certainly make for lighter work!
Opening night was the usual success with a good attendance of club members, partners and friends. Steve kept everyone supplied with drinks and nibbles and the usual ‘crac’ ensued.
Our judges for the evening were Ros & Martin Billingham, the folk who make those fabulous bags.
Here they are admiring John Pugh’s thirty year old workhorse.
No one envied them their job of choosing two winning images from the excellent prints on show.
And so, a decision has been made – cross your fingers and wish…
Mike Morris struck gold with his “Fisherman’s Cottage” winning the trophy for best General print.
And Geoff Cooke created a splash with his “Waves” !