FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild’s New Exhibit “The Natural World” opens at Howard County Conservancy
The new exhibit, “The Natural World,” is a collection of images preserving unique moments in time and space of as captured through the lenses of the Guild’s members’ cameras.
(Ellicott City, MD) Members of the Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild will be exhibiting 35 photographs at the Howard County Conservancy, Gudelsky Environmental Education Center from October 15 to November 12, 2013. The Conservancy is located at 10520 Old Frederick Road, Woodstock, Maryland 21163-0175. The exhibit gallery will be open to the public each week, Wednesday through Saturday, from 9am - 3pm. Visitors are advised to call the Conservancy (410-465-8877) to verify that the gallery will be open to visitors. The exhibit, “The Natural World”, includes intimate animal portraits, landscape vistas, plant life, and waterfalls. Some of the photographs were taken in Howard County, others were captured throughout Maryland. Others capture landscapes and wildlife in America’s national parks and scenic venues across the country.
Steve Talabac, Director of the Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild said “The Guild invites you to the Howard County Conservancy to enjoy our collection of images preserving unique moments in time and space of “The Natural World” as captured through the lenses of Guild members’ cameras.”
“The breath-taking images of “The Natural World” captured by the Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild allows the viewers of this exhibit travel vicariously to nearby and faraway places to see the stunning natural world that surrounds us all.” said Rachelina Bonacci, chair of the Maryland Association of Destination Marketing Organizations.
The Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild conceived in the spring and summer of 2003, and began meeting formally in November of that year. The founders saw the need for an organization that served the area west of Baltimore, and was dedicated to a primary goal of education and skills development. www.CMPG.smugmug.com
The Howard County Conservancy was founded by a group of local citizens in 1990 to help preserve the natural environment, agricultural farmland, and unique historic sites in Howard County. Headquartered at the 300 year old, 232-acre Mt. Pleasant Farm in Woodstock, Maryland, the Conservancy offers year-round educational programs and hosts special events. www.hcconservancy.org
Contact: Kirsten Messmer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publicity Coordinator, Central Maryland Photographers’ Guild
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