Imagination the focus of society’s creative photo exhibition

The Royal Photograph Society�s Creative Group�s exhibition of prints and projected images is on show

The Royal Photograph Society�s Creative Group�s exhibition of prints and projected images is on show at Wingfield Barns, near Eye. Thames Sunrise by Jan Harris. - Credit: Jan Harris

An exhibition of photography with a hint of the surreal and abstract goes on show in a Suffolk village from tomorrow.

The Royal Photograph Society�s Creative Group�s exhibition of prints and projected images is on show

The Royal Photograph Society�s Creative Group�s exhibition of prints and projected images is on show at Wingfield Barns, near Eye. Seedheads by David Jordan FRPS. - Credit: David Jordan

The Royal Photograph Society’s Creative Group’s exhibition of prints and projected images is on show at Wingfield Barns, near Eye, until May 31.

The society was founded in 1853 and now has more than 11,000 members worldwide. The Creative Group aims to create images that stimulate the imagination.

The exhibition consists of an impressive selection of 150 prints and projected images. One of the creative group’s members, Mohammad Soroush, who lives in Iran, won an RPS Medal for his projected image, A Drop of Love.

It is open from 11am to 4pm Wednesdays to Sundays. Admission is free. For more details, visit rps.org/creative.


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