February to March

Still life on film
Berkshires Week

PITTSFIELD — Wendy Holmes Noyes will discuss "Still Life Photography, the most patient subject matter," at the Berkshire Museum Camera Club meeting
this coming Tuesday, February 19, at 7:30 p.m. The presentation will be at the Masonic Temple at 116 South Street, since the Berkshire Museum is closed
for renovations.

Noyes has been a still life and abstract photographer for over 30 years, and she recently switched from black and white and palladium printmaking to archival
inkjet color.

The gallery at Melbourne Place in Pittsfield at 140 Melbourne Street is currently displaying Noyes' photographs from a recent trek in Spain. The gallery there is
open 9-5pm daily. Her work will be on display until February 29. Noyes, a Smith College graduate, has studied with Minor White at MIT's Creative Photo Lab, and her work has been displayed in galleries in California, Texas, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Massachusetts, and France. She is currently a director of the 345 Gallery in Hudson, N.Y.

Please enter the Masonic Temple via the back door.

The Berkshire Museum Camera Club meets at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday from September through May. The purpose of the Camera Club is to enhance the photographic skills of its members and to increase their enjoyment of photography. All meetings are free and open to the public. For more information, visit the Camera Club's web site at www.BerkshireCameraClub.org.

Everyone welcome!



T 518 672 7302 Laura Summer
T 518 392 2730 Wendy Holmes Noyes
T 518 392 9620 Emily Hassell