Exhibits and Accolades 2010

Members of the Syracuse Camera Club regularly exhibit at local and regional venues like the Delavan Art Gallery, the Syracuse Technology Garden, the Warehouse Gallery, the OCPL Central Library, the Liverpool Library, and other art spaces. An asterisk (*) after the venue indicates wheelchair accessible, otherwise call for accessibility details.

Exhibition and Accolade archive 2009, 2008


Syracuse Camera Club Members:

  • Bob Gates at the Gandee Gallery. The exhibit Holiday Show 09 started on November 19, 2009 and runs to January 17, 2010.
  • Richard Schultz and Bob Gates will feature prints at the Delavan Art Gallery*. The exhibit ART: 2003 - 2009 starts on January 21 and runs through February 27.
  • Chris Murray will be the February Artist of the Month at the Fayetteville Free Library* exhibiting nearly two dozen prints. A reception will be held February 3rd from 5pm - 7pm at the library and the exhibit runs through the month of February.
  • SCC Members at the May Memorial Unitarian Church*. The exhibit features prints from SCC members that can be purchased and will start on April 4 and runs to April 30. Proceeds will benefit the SCC general fund. An opening reception will be held on Wednesday April 7th from 7pm - 9pm. The reception will feature the exhibited prints, matted prints and cards for sale. Light refreshments will be served during the reception and is open to the public.
  • Kate Zacharewski - Three photographs have been selected for the Oswego Art Association Annual Juried Art Show and Exhibition hosted at the Oswego Civic Arts Center. The exhibit starts April 3 and runs to April 25. The opening reception will be held on April 3rd from 7pm - 9pm with the award presentation starting at 8pm.
  • Jim Brudrakey 4th Annual Flower Exhibit at the Central Library in The Galleries of Syracuse* located in the Browse About Area. The exhibit Psst... Hey, bud! features several prints with two printed on aluminum media. The opening reception will be held on Tuesday April 6th from 5pm - 7pm and the exhibit runs through the month of April.
  • Kate Zacharewski - The photograph Reflected Decay has been selected for the Cooperstown 19th Annual Essential Juried Art Show hosted by the Cooperstown Art Association located in the Village Library Building*, Cooperstown, NY. The exhibit starts May 7 and runs to June 4. The opening reception will be held on May 7th from 5pm - 7pm.
  • Elisabeth Groat will feature 12 prints at the Limestone Art and Framing Gallery in Fayetteville. The exhibit titled Interrelation starts June 11 and runs to July 23. An opening reception will be held on June 11th from 6pm - 8pm. The exhibit was featured in the Art section of the Syracuse Stars Magazine July 4th issue.
  • The artist showcase Cazenovia Counterpoint presented by the Society For New Music will feature prints from Maria Aridgides, Bob Gates, Elisabeth Groat, Rosalie Spitzer, Diana Whiting and Jeanann Wieners. The prints are featured in various exhibit venues in Cazenovia. An Art Exhibit Reception will be held on July 17th at the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Hall, Cazenovia from 4:30pm - 6:30pm.
  • Diane Lansing is exhibiting several Japanese themed prints at the roji tea lounge in Syracuse. Diane's prints will be displayed through the end of August.
  • Bob Gates will feature prints at the Gandee Gallery. The exhibit A Sense of Place: The Real Central New York Landscape starts on October 15 and runs to November 21. An opening reception will be held Saturday October 16th from 6pm - 8 pm.
  • Bob Gates will feature prints at the Vermont Photo Space Gallery, Essex Junction, VT. The juried exhibit Scene From the Street starts on December 13 and runs to mid-January. An opening reception will be held Sunday December 18th at 3pm.

Notable Events:

  • Syracuse Camera Club Annual Fundraiser. The SCC members will offer cards, framed and matted prints to be sold with proceeds benefiting the SCC general fund. The fundraiser will be held at the May Memorial Unitarian Church* on Wednesday April 7th from 7pm - 9pm.


Syracuse Camera Club Members:

  • Elisabeth Groat - Three photographs used for the Society For New Music music CD titled Serendipity: Music from the Heart of New York.
  • Diana Whiting - 2nd Place (Amateur), Wood Ducks - Audubon Magazine Jan/Feb 2010 for The Big Picture photo contest and 2nd Place (Amateur), Cedar Waxwing - National Wildlife Federation 2009 Photo contest. These accomplishments were highlighted in the Syracuse Post Standard on January 15th.
  • Bob Gates and Chris Murray for images published in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of the Central New York Magazine for the 2nd annual Celebrate Central New York photo contest. The image American Bison submitted by Bob Gates was awarded the Grand Prize. The magazine is available locally at public libraries and bookstores.
  • Bob Gates - Grand Prize for the image Suspicious, Winter at the Zoo Photo Contest, February 2010.
  • Elisabeth Groat - Merit Award in the Architecture/Interiors category for the image Abandoned Railway Station, Castorland, Lewis County, NY, published in the May 2010 issue of Color Magazine for the Single Issue photo contest.
  • Bob Gates - The image No Escape printed in the May 2010 issue of Shutterbug magazine, page 14.
  • Kate Zacharewski - 2nd Place for the print Into the Night entered into the Oswego Art Association Annual Juried Art and Exhibition.
  • Leonard Levy - The image Nice Kitty was used on the cover for the July 2010 (Vol. 164 No. 7) issue of the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine journal.
  • Jeanann Wieners - The image Mostly Sunny With a Chance of Occasional Bicycle was used on the cover for the July 11th issue of the Syracuse Stars Magazine.
  • Kate Zacharewski was a winner of a Merit Award in the COLOR magazine 2010 Portfolio Contest. The winning photographs Reflected Decay, Into The Night and Lock and Key are featured in the November 2010 issue (Issue #10).
  • The Syracuse Camera Club was well represented at the New York State Fair Photography Competition and Exhibit. A total of 22 prints were selected from nine SCC members. To view select images from the exhibit see this gallery on Zenfolio.
    Best of Show
      Diane Lansing Midday Refresher
    Professional - Black & White
    2nd Bob Gates Roller Coaster Ballet
    HM Bob Gates No Escape
    HM Pamela Paul Chairs
    HM Dan Ruscitto Big Moose Grass
    Accepted Pamela Paul Guitar
    Professional - Color
    1st Dan Ruscitto Reflection Dock
    3rd Bob Gates Dark Horse
    HM Mary Gridley Forest & Fog
    HM Mary Gridley Feel the Heat
    HM Diane Lansing Headless Reflection on Humanity
    Accepted Diane Lansing Snacktime
    Accepted Dan Ruscitto Pelican Resting
    Accepted Dan Ruscitto Adirondack Flow
    Amateur - Black & White
    1st Stephen Viau Farm House Window
    Amateur - Color
    3rd Steven Blind Crayloa Kayaks
    HM Steven Blind Hillside Cellar
    HM Fred Shattell Water Play
    HM Kerry Thurston Bovine Repose II
    Accepted Steven Blind Bridge to Nowhere
    Professional - Non-Traditional
    1st Bob Gates Slow Boat to China
    Amateur - Non-Traditional
    HM Kerry Thurston Clouds With Rolls II
  • Bob Gates - 1st place for the image Clouds, Life in the Finger Lakes magazine's annual photo contest, Winter 2010 (Vol. 10, No. 4). Six images from Bob's Transfer Project collection was featured in December/January issue of the F-Stop online magazine.


Last modified: December 5, 2010