The works were all Fitzroy-related, though the connection was somewhat tenuous in some cases; though there were quite a few photographs, streetscapes and renderings of landmarks, not to mention one embroidered street map, and a piece titled "www.urbanjoke,cheese grater,young st.", which seemed to be about a controversial luxury apartment building plan opposed by residents.
My two pieces (which were the only ones of the Punters Club in the entire show) were on the wall in the corner; they attracted some attention, and a few compliments (some even from people I didn't know personally). (I didn't win any of the prizes, in case you're wondering.) Incidentally, when asked if I wanted to sell them, I put them up for $50 each. Whether anybody actually decides to part with $50 for one of them is an entirely different question.
All in all, it was a good event; I'm now even more tempted to print out more of my digital images and have an exhibition somewhere; probably late this year or early next.
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