Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern PA to mark anniversary

This previous 12 months was actually a problem for everybody as a result of restrictions ensuing from the pandemic. Throughout these troublesome instances, group involvement – nearly or in any other case – might be an uplifting diversion. Think about becoming a member of the Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania, a nonprofit group that promotes and helps high-quality artwork pictures.

For these high-quality artwork photographers, picture fanatics and like-minded people in our midst, PASNWPA can present a chance to community, share experiences and presumably showcase your work to the broader group. Whereas restrictions affected the artwork world by limiting get-togethers and in-person artwork exhibits, because the saying goes, the place there’s a will there’s a manner.

Photographic Arts Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania members attend a February 2020 exhibition at Octagon Gallery in Westfield, New York. Pictured from left are, Anna Marie Senita, Jim Steadman, Kathy Welte, Candy Felege, Octagon Gallery curator Nancy Ensign, John Misterovich, Patti Larson, Kathy Maloney, Alex Cohen and Melinda Isachsen. PASNWPA is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2021.

East Springfield resident Patti Larson, who’s in the course of her second time period because the group’s president, mentioned, “The pandemic pressured us to change into a bit extra artistic and discover distinctive methods to function the photographic art work of our members. Final 12 months, we held our first digital present the place the art work was displayed and bought on-line. On account of its success, we’ll quickly be saying the opening of a web-based retailer the place individuals can view and buy the art work of our members.

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