The exhibition entitled “Meath Framed” is a timeless collection of 50 iconic images of county Meath. The work is a collection of member’s interpretation of how they visualise Meath and a celebration of the knowledge, passion of photography and friendship cultivated by the society.
The exhibition will be launched at Rockfield House Friday 25th July at 8pm. Rockfield House is one of Kells most historical homes and owner and restorer Trevor Fitzherbert will give a brief history on the house to the invitees. The invitees range from friends and supporters of the society to representatives of local organizations and businesses to representatives of the IDA, the OPW, foreign direct investment companies such as Google, Ebay, and Facebook to name but a few!
Following on from the launch at Rockfield House the exhibition will hang at Kells Library and members of the public are welcome to call in and view the impressive collection of work.
“Members have again surpassed our expectations in producing a breathtaking range of images; we are astounded by the level of talent in the society. Since the society was established in 2012 our member’s skills and abilities have been continually growing and evolving and we are delighted to celebrate the work of our members” said newly elected Chairperson Monica Pierce Anderson.
The North Meath Photographic Society is specifically devoted to the interests of amateur photographers. Members range from complete beginners to advanced masters of the art of photography, and the society provides members many opportunities to improve their photographic skills, learn new digital techniques, and to participate in fun activities.
If you would like to purchase any of the images from the exhibition or if you have an interest in photography and would like to join the society in September you can contact the society on 086-4514740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org