Members of the Abbotsford Photo Arts Club present an exhibition of their work this Friday and Saturday at Brambles Bistro. Photo by Betty Johnston

Abbotsford Photo Arts Club presents exhibit at Brambles Bistro

Show on Friday, Oct. 18 and Saturday, Oct. 19 showcases local photographers

The Abbotsford Photo Arts Club presents an exhibition at Brambles Bistro in Tanglebank Gardens (29985 Downes Rd.) on Friday, Oct. 18 and Saturday, Oct. 19.

The show runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day, and admission is free.

Showcasing the talents of local photographers, the exhibit offers a fresh visual experience of local scenes, creative compositions, and unexpected views.

From architecture to abstracts, from wildlife to wildly imaginative perspectives, this collection encompasses the works of many passionate photographers.

They have captured images that unlock the viewer’s imagination, allowing them to find the stories within the photographs.

The Abbotsford Photo Arts Club is a group of enthusiastic photographers with a wide range of skills and experience.

Some of the photographers are highly trained and experienced to the professional level.

Others are new to photography and enjoy the mentorship, instruction, and inspiration that they get from being a member of the club.

Many of the members are avid and talented photographers who are continually growing and learning their art.

Visit apac.bc.ca for more information.

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