Thursday, August 21, 2008

video

FINALLY!! I have it posted.

Friday, May 16, 2008

In Memoriam:

The opening reception was wonderful. I really appreciate everyone that came out to make it such a success. I have been looking at these images for almost a year now and to get to talk to people and see their favorite was really fun. I was so pleased to sell several pieces last night!!!!
Check out Maggie Martin and Paul's --Shreveport Times community photo gallery...

Thanks again to everyone.....

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/gallery?Avis=D9&Dato=20080516&Kategori=LIVING&Lopenr=805160805&Ref=PH

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Good morning --Bon après-midi (Good Afternoon)

Just got Eliza to the bus and Hunter off to Byrd and wanted to share my excitement about this evening- first thing this morning ( as you can see--I haven't even brushed my hair yet!!) I hope to see everyone at Artspace from 5pm -8pm then a little dinner across the street at the Robinson Film Center bistro- love the menu item "Sliders"-they are these little hamburgers (sort of like Krystal hamburgers--growing up these were always a treat).

Anyway, my Jeffy, is in Paris France, and I wanted to tell him good morning from the States. I wish you were going to be with me but I know that you will be in spirit. BTW-this post and pic is dedicated to you Jeff. ( Jeff loves to take pictures of himself in mirrors and reflections during his travels!!!)





From the Shreveport-Bossier Fun Guide:

http://www.shreveportbossierfunguide.com/event.php?id=156

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Another post from The Shreveport Times movie critic's blog--Alex Kent

Sunday, May 11, 2008

'Forever' dialogue was a goodie






About 20 people showed tonight at the Robinson Film Center for the first edition of our monthly dialogue series. Pictured (from left to right in artful blur) are Scarlett Hendricks, Steve Roell and me. We chatted about "Forever," a documentary by Dutch filmmaker Heddy Honigmann, and their interests in cemeteries and roadside memorials. For me, it's simply great to be a part of a crowd that is passionate about understanding what they see. Thank you to everyone for coming out and extending a Sunday night.
"In Memoriam," an exhibition of the work of Hendricks and Roell, opens Thursday at artspace.
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FROM TRUDEAU ON SHREVEPORT:

Monday, May 12, 2008


Scarlett Hendricks, Steve Roell open In Memoriam exhibit at Artspace Shreveport Thurs, May 15, 5 pm


Scarlett Hendricks
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A photography exhibit called In Memoriam opens Thurs, May 15 at 5:00 pm, at artspace, says Pam Atchison. Artists Steve Roell and Scarlett Hendricks explore memorials: Roell’s work considers Roadside Memorials. Hendricks’ photos explore “Gallic Ghosts,” French Cemeteries from Paris to Provence”. The In Memoriam exhibition opening is held as part of the free third Thursday Trolley Night: TNT Express: An Explosion of Art and Culture in Downtown, Shreveport. There will be entertainment by Diedre and Bob, refreshments, and a trolley tour that takes guests around the 15 cultural destinations in the downtown area providing a “sampling” of the cultural venues. No charge at all, says SRAC. 673-6500
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At 12 May, 2008, trudeau said...
Hendricks, Roell and Alex kent discussed the movie Forever at the new Robinson Film Center on Sun night. See Kent's blog for more.
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THE EXHIBIT IS TOMMORROW AT 5PM......

click on the link to the Shreveport Times Article



http://www.shreveporttimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/200805130200/LIVING08/805130302

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Sneak Preview of "In Memoriam"... opening Thursday, May 15th at Artspace in Shreveport......







Join me this Sunday evening at 6pm at the Robinson Film Center...

The French documentary, "Fovever", will be showing, and afterward will be an informal discussion with Alex Kent from The Shreveport Times. The focus of the film is the cemetery Le Pere-Lachaise, in Paris France, which is one of over 20 cemeteries that I photographed last summer while traveling in France.

This is to help introduce the upcoming opening of my work in the photography exhibit "In Memoriam" which will open at Artspace this Thursday, May 15th. I will have 29 pieces of work that I am sooo proud of. The exhibit will be up until mid June.
The Robinson Film Center is finally open.....

This past weekend my husband Jeff and I along with 700 others celebrated the long awaited opening at the fabulous gala. Jeff has served as the chairman of the Board from the inception of this project and has volunteered countless hours along the way. It is a one of a kind art and education film center, modeled after a center in California and one in upstate New York. It has been six long years, and it is way cool..... I am soooooo proud of you Jeff.



Jeff and I on the "Red Carpet"!!!!!!!!!!!


My dad and Barbara joined us for the celebrations along with many other family and friends. Thank you to everyone for making this such a memorable event!!!!!!!!!

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the movies!!!!!!!!!!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

It'sFINALLY here.....The book "PHOTOGRAPHING CHILDREN"...

Just wanted to share my excitement about this new book being out and published through Wiley Press. I was so honored to have several of my portraits selected to be a part of this project. It is available through Amazon...



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Friday, February 29, 2008

Happy New Year....


Getting back in the swing of things, after a neck surgery a few weeks ago. My lil sister, emailed me and told me to PLEASE update MY blog. Thanks Hope. I am looking forward to many fun adventures this year, my work is about to be examples in a new book published by Wiley Press---Photographing Children... It should be available in the next couple of weeks through amazon.com. I also have an upcoming art exhibit at ARTSPACE in May and 2 special photographic journeys abroad. Stay tuned...

BTW... Check out my sister's website www.hopemabryphotography.com . I am so proud of her, she picked up a camera to photograph her children a couple of years ago. She lives in Scotland with her husband Adam and two little girls, so the next time you travel to Scotland she would love to document your journey with a portrait. YEAH HOPE !!!!!