The Goodnow Library will host an art exhibit and presentation with local photographers

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“Ocean’s Edge” will be one of many works by Sudbury-area photographers in the Goodnow Library’s June exhibit. (Photo courtesy of Goodnow Library)

SUDBURY – The Goodnow Library is pleased to invite the community to attend an art exhibit and reception featuring local photographers during the month of June.

The Gateway Camera Club will present a photography exhibition from June 2-30, in the McQueen Gallery and Library Community Room, located at 21 Concord Road. The artists’ reception will take place on Wednesday, June 8, at 7 p.m., in the community hall.

The exhibition will feature the work of 17 local photographers with varied interests from all levels of photography, including artists who have been recognized by numerous organizations for their excellence.

The presentation will include nature and landscape photography of various subjects by local and non-local artists, as well as creative submissions.

Those present are invited to sign the visitors’ book after viewing the exhibition, in order to share their thoughts and comments.

About the Gateway Camera Club

The Gateway Camera Club (GCC) is a non-profit organization made up of beginner, intermediate and advanced amateur photographers.

The GCC was founded in 1962 by a professional photographer named Art Jacques. Gateway has grown from a club made up entirely of slide photographers and print makers to a club made up entirely of digital photographers. Gateway Camera Club has been at the forefront of digital photography, being the first club in the region to dedicate one meeting per month to teaching digital photography and post-processing.

For more information on the Gateway Camera Club, visit their website here.

For more information on the Goodnow library, click here.


Lia Vito’s “Crane Ballet” will be one of many works by Sudbury-area photographers in the June exhibit at the Goodnow Library. (Photo courtesy of Goodnow Library)

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Reggie S. Williams