Having spent my entire life in the photographic industry, today's post is especially near and dear to my heart. Great photography is about storytelling, often with just one image. And, if a picture really is worth a thousand words, then Larry Mulvehill has written more than Shakespeare!
A portion of his work is on display at the Friendship Centers, adding another dimension to the Senior Centers involvement in the arts.
Why not swing by, have lunch, see the exhibit and then enjoy a little afternoon music with one of the live bands regularly playing each day?
Mulvehill began his career as a young man while serving in the US Air Force. After discharge, he continued working as a photojournalist on daily newspapers in the US, and freelance for publications here and abroad.
The variety and scope of his work included the tumultuous 60s with its riots, love-ins, anti-war protests and grainy film, through the technical revolution, the age of electronic images, and digital manipulation.
The exhibit is open from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday, with the exception of Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7.
Images copyright Larry Mulvehill. All rights reserved.