PLYMOUTH — The Community Photo Club of Plymouth is a group of local photographers who enjoy capturing so many aspects of life through the lens of their cameras. They are ready to share their visions and would like to invite the public to their showing of "The Arts in Black and White" at the Frame of Mind Art Studio and Gallery on 75 Main Street in Plymouth. The show will open on March 7 with a public reception on Thursday, March 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The public will have a chance to meet the photographers: Nancy Aldrich, Al Danieli, Barry Draper, Pennylee Ford, Lil Furbish, Steve Furbish, Cathy Hacker, Ruth Harlow, Richard Miller, Harry Moulton, Linda Parenteau, Jackie Prince, Dave Pushee, Beth Smarse, and Tina Smith-Krause. This show captures a variety of images portraying the performing, visual and fine arts. All photographs will be on display through the month of March and purchases are available.
More of their work can be seen in other establishments throughout the towns. At present they have displays at Burrito Me and Plymouth Pediatrics both located in Plymouth. In May, the Community Photo Club will open a show at The Backroom at the Mill in Bristol. You can also visit their web page – communityphotoclubnh.com or see some of their work on meetup.com at plymouth area community photo club. For questions about the club or to join in the fun, contact them through any of the places listed or call 536-3208.