Thursday, January 16, 2014

Paul Henry's Art Gallery 1/16/14


You never know what chocolate you will pull out of the box at Paul Henry's Art Gallery. Tonight was another very enjoyable night. We are still getting first time musicians and guests into Paul Henry's. Our returning musicians are mixing it up with each other. Oh, and thanks to all for the potluck table! Man, was this Thursday's table tasty!!!!

Another cool thing is, I have subjects, volunteers to photograph when I go to Paul Henry's (PH). At least nobody has told me not to photograph them. I enjoy candid photography. I do want more, meaning to do other types of photography. I take advantage of opportunities, and have created some. I am now thinking I need to create more opportunities, and may need to start paying people in order to do what I have not yet done. (Have not forgotten about you Joe.)

It was nice to see some familiar faces tonight from when I first started coming to PH. There are new faces too. The synergy of PH is growing to accommodate both. More activities are now taking place over the weekends. Though for me, the Thursday night JAM will always be special.

Here are some photos of PH and the JAM for you to enjoy. Feel free to go to my other domain, StreetPhoto.ME, to look up PH to peruse some of the past.

This next photo shows two of my friend Lora Panero Mercado's photos (left), and my two on the right. Go check them out . . .






David Ingram . . . full of heart . . .




Rene Garcia . . . the most pleasant person to be with . . .
















































Mark Biegel and Melissa Latronica-Welch . . . you cannot beat their brass . . .







If you look close at this next photo, at the bottom of Mark's horn, you can see a reflection of Melissa. If I have to tell you, perhaps I did not do a good job. (Just did not want you to miss it.)



Snake bag time . . . I think one of these days I am going to slip in a rubber snake . . .



Tony Cortina . . . a real gentlemen . . .













Still bride and groom. With that thought, these next bunch of photos are inspiring . . .
















Sophia Rapata and Jeff . . . I love these two . . .




































The next photo is mom and daughter (Sandra and Brittany), then a photo of Jen, and a photo above with Tyler (grandson / son) wearing a hoodie (also in next photo but back is toward camera) . . . gotta love these people too for they do so much for all of us . . .




Cannot forget Rick Therrio . . . our corner stone that keeps us from falling over . . .









There are many more people who I have not mentioned, like fellow photographers John Brudek, William Kazak, John B. Stephens.  Then there is Nancie Tharp, David Eylander, Shelley Hermes, Amanda Lininger, David Garcia, Michael Foster (and many many more) . . . some of them in the above photos . . . who are artists that enjoy PH too. This is a place to meet friends, make new friends, a safe family environment. This is a place to recharge your batteries.

So, come on out and recharge, will you please!!!


Paul Henry's Art Gallery



416 Sibley Blvd.

Hammond, IN






Tue - Sat 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM


Sunday Noon till 5:00 PM


Thursday Night Jam Starts 7:00 PM



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