The Black Canyon Camera Club is hosting its fourth annual photography show and sale at the Creamery Arts Center, 165 W. Bridge Street, through June 30.
This year's show, "A Photographic Journey," celebrates the creative vision of all photographers. All experience levels are represented, from youth through professionals. Many of the pieces are available for purchase.
The show was judged by Jon Blake of Westminster, who specializes in landscape photography. He provided comments during an awards ceremony Friday, June 8.
Best of Show went to Sandy Williamson for "Sunset Cliffs of Zion."
Other placings included:
Nature -- Ann Schwietert, first; Ryan McGehee, second; James Summerville, third.
Landscape -- Nolan Thornberry, first; Jacquita Watters, second; Nolan Thornberry, third.
People -- Kaylee Dunham, first; Jim Schwietert, second; Diane St. Peter, third.
Manmade -- Joe Rosenbaum, first; James Summerville, second; Joe Rosenbaum, third.
Monochromatic -- Ryan McGehee, first; Denise Bush, second; Tincy Von Atzingen, third.
Creative -- Susan Humphey, first; Sandy Williamson, second; Michael Steffen, third.
18 and under -- Tara Duncan, first; Emilie Cardenas, second and third. Both are Delta Middle School students.
Honorable mention -- Nolan Thornberry, Jim Schwietert, James Summerville, Susan Humphrey, Ryan McGehee, Joe Rosenbaum, Bob Stovern, Ann Schwietert, Dee Fisher, Rick Jones and Andrei Gailord. Delta Middle School students Kiera Fresquez, Kayla Miller, Raelyn Porter, Lizzie Cooper and Oakley Hughes, and their art teacher, Annalee Couch, received special recognition.
The show continues through June 30, with wine, cheese and chocolate to be served June 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. There is no charge to view the exhibit.
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