Annual Exhibition 2010
Sandi Toksvig, writer and broadcaster, officially opened the
FCSA 2010 Annual Exhibition in High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley,
at a ticket-only evening reception on Thursday 15th July.
Here is an illustrated recording of the opening ceremony (75MB).
Note. If your computer needs your permission to run this .exe file you can safely opt to give it.
The exhibition was open to the public from 9:30 to 5:00, Friday 16th and Saturday 17th July.
This was another excellent opportunity for people to find out about the benefits of membership, to see what FCSA members do and to enjoy viewing and buying original works of art at reasonable prices.
This evening had the best attendance ever, due to the well advertised official opening performed by Sandi Toksvig who was in tremendous form and gave a thoroughly researched and very witty and funny speech. It will be difficult to top this coup for next year's opening of what will be our fiftieth anniversary exhibition.
The superb new stands designed by Terry Ralph made it one of the best looking of our exhibitions, too.
We showed 214 pictures and 41 portfolios
and sold13 Pictures, 6 Portfolios and 50 cards
|The winning raffle ticket was No. 333. If you had that ticket speak to a member of the committee or contact Tom Moss to claim your prize of the Paul Howard painting of Porlock|
|Prizes are sponsored to encourage
particular types of work or in memory of past members.
Members are sometimes given the opportunity to compete by submitting paintings with a particular theme.
This year the optional competition theme was The End of the Day.
Any painting could be entered for this competition if it related in some way to the theme.
The The Winsland Award and The End of the Day competitions
were judged by Alan Kluckow of the Kluckow Gallery in Sunningdale (www.kluckow.com).
The Winsland Award
was won by
The End of the Day
themed competition was won by.
The People's Choice
was won by
B J (Jill) Guppy for Poppies
|For the Seward Trophy there
were five runners up, with only one vote less:
Koi Koromo - Liz Makin Bradshaw - - - - - - - - - St Andrews Church - Maureen Hayward
and, regrettably with no photos:
No 176 Venice - Jean Slaney
No 190 At the Window - Joan Walsh
No 208 Downtown Chicago - Muriel Woodman
of the exhibition photographs are courtesy of Alan Meeks, as a favour to a
co-member of the Surrey Heath Arts Council
Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club (http://www.wandccameraclub.org.uk/).
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