Come see another side of my photography besides real estate, at a free public exhibition!
As you know, I have been blessed to have had my photographs published on many occasions. These have primarily been underwater images. They have appeared in newspapers, books, magazines, as well as in long-term exhibits at the Aquarium of the Americas, Tennessee Aquarium, and the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Several of my photographs are currently part of a free exhibit presented by the Parish Photography League, of which I am a member. This coming Saturday, February 13, 2016 we will be hosting a grand opening from 2PM to 5PM. (Click here to see the event on Facebook.) The exhibit is within the historic Denham Springs Old City Hall in downtown Denham Springs, Louisiana. There will be complimentary food and drink as well as great photography, much of it from right here in our area. Local restaurants generously providing food include LaShish Greek and Mediterranean Restaurant and Café du Jour at The Whistle Stop, both of which are among our very favorite places.
The Old City Hall is located at 115 Mattie Street, Denham Springs, LA 70726. It is just off the Denham Springs Antique District. The exhibit itself opened to the public on Monday, January 18 and will be open until May 15, 2016. Hours for the Old City Hall building are Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM, Saturdays 10AM-5PM, and Sundays 1PM-5PM.
The exhibit features the photography of the Parish Photography League’s membership. Come on out and view some great pictures, and join us on February 13 for the grand opening.