Winners selected in Flushing Camera Club exhibit

After examining the exhibition of work by the members of the Flushing Camera Club on display at the Courier-Mittman Gallery, representatives of the Queens Museum of Art have selected first, second and third place winners.
“It’s evident that all these artists are extremely passionate about their craft,” said Hitomi Iwasaki, the Director of Exhibitions at the Queens Museum of Art.
Susan Zigman was honored with both first and second place. She won first place for her photograph entitled “Water Playground” and second for “Entering Act.”
“We were compelled to the pictures of the human figure,” Iwasaki said.
Roy Woelfel’s “Egg in Hand” was given third place honors.
The Flushing Camera Club was first formed in 1971. It now has about 60 members, most of whom are from Queens and Long Island, although there are also some from Brooklyn.
The organization meets the first, third and fifth Wednesday of every month from September to June. They are held at 7:30 p.m. at Flushing Hospital, which is located at Parsons Boulevard and 45th Avenue.
The Flushing Camera Club holds workshops, competitions, fieldtrips and exhibitions.
Member photographs remain on display at the Courier-Mittman Gallery, which is located on the second floor at 38-15 Bell Boulevard in Bayside.
For more information on the Flushing Camera Club, contact Joan Egan at 718-441-6210 or [email protected] or you may visit www.flushingcameraclub.org.

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