The Garden Club of Trenton has a juried photography show on display in the West Gallery at the Watershed Center from mid-March until mid-April.
About 13 garden club members are participating in the exhibit, said Deborah Agnew, the garden club’s first vice president. The images fell into three categories representing insects, birds of a feather and winter beauty. There was separate judging for black-and-white and color pictures.
“We like to do the photography shows here. The judges said it was such a great space, with wonderful lighting that made it easy to judge. It’s great the shows get to stay up and be on display,” she said. “The photographs are of mutual interest to us and the Watershed. It’s just a win-win and is all a part of highlighting the beauty of nature.”
The club does a couple of photography shows each year, along with a horticultural and floral design shows, said Deborah, adding that they also hold their meetings at the Watershed.
There are 34 members and the club is part of the Garden Clubs of America.