13th annual Finger Lakes Photography Guild Exhibition

Twenty-eight local image makers will exhibit their latest work in the Finger Lakes Photography Guild’s 13th annual Wood Library photography show.

On display in the Ewing Community Room from Thursday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Dec. 15, the exhibit boasts 55 images of landscapes, wildlife, drone perspectives, momentous events, intimate portraits and slices of life.

An opening reception will be held Thursday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. where photographers will be on hand to welcome guests and discuss their work. Light refreshments will also be served and photos will be professionally framed and available for purchase. Both the reception and the ongoing exhibit are free and open to the public.

“It’s an opportunity to not only see the talent in the community first-hand, but also have the ability to interact with the photographers at the reception,” said Guild member Karl Dueland. For local enthusiasts, an exhibit like Wood Library’s offers both exposure and inspiration.

“The Wood show is a great venue for showcasing our work,” said Guild member Joy Underhill. “The exhibit gets better and more varied every year. And we offer outstanding images of Rochester, the Finger Lakes, and across the world.”

The Finger Lakes Photography Guild is a supportive group of photographers who strive to use digital imagery as a form of fine art. Its 30-some members are from various walks of life, many of whom have been recognized in local and regional juried shows. Members pursue photographic excellence through ongoing training from guest experts, monthly educational programs, peer reviews, and by sharing tips on technique, composition, equipment, the creative process and experiences.

“There’s plenty for me to learn, and I intend to keep doing so,” said award-winning photographer and Guild member Nikhil Nagane. “I get to connect with some great photographers, learn about local opportunities, and share knowledge.”

FLPG is a member club of the Niagara Frontier Regional Camera Club.

To learn more about the Guild, find it on Facebook or email Steve Burnett at sburnet2@rochester.rr.com.

For more information about this event, contact Melody Burri at melody@melodyburri.com or (585) 727-0857.