Scott Garlock Photography
"Scott has an amazing intuition to capture the essence of each structure. His photography ignites a spark .... a recollection of days long ago
and urges us to preserve and protect our past before these structures return to the earth."
Michael Ausbon Decorative Art Associate Curator at the North Carolina Museum of History
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Opening Day - Rural Revival -Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place
Good evening everyone,
I sure had fun meeting everyone today at the North Carolina Museum of History Exhibition " Rural Revival : Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place. I got a chance to meet good friends of mine from the Facebook page, Just Shutter Bugs. From Left to right : Mr. Bob Mayerhofer, Mrs. Jean Finch Inscoe, myself and Mrs. Rhonda FlanaganTerry. I sincerely appreciate everyone stopping by and visiting. Have a great evening and I look forward to a great series of Sunday posts. Thank you.
From Left to right Mr. Bob Mayerhofer, Mrs. Jean Finch Inscoe, myself and Mrs. Rhonda Flanagan Terry.
Comments By Visitors & Friends:
Rhonda Flanagan Terry - Just Shutter Bugs
What an awesome day at the NC Museum of History! The exhibit was awesome, and the collection of photos was inspiring and beautiful. It also was such a pleasure to meet and talk with Scott Garlock and Jean Finch Inscoe, as well as to see Bob Mayerhofer again, whom I had had the pleasure to meet before. We also got to meet Scott's other half, and his son, which was an added treat, such an awesome family! Hope you will check out the exhibit if you are in the Raleigh area. Looking forward to meeting more of you as time goes on, so we will definitely be planning a spring photo get-together once the weather warms up. It's been a good day. Of course we had to get a photo with Scott (yeah, he is a tall one!)
Matthew Irvin - February 20 at 7:48pm - I drove to Raleigh today to see Scott Garlock's exhibition "Rural Revival: Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place" at the North Carolina Museum of History. It is well worth the drive from Norwood just to go see this and if you are closer, this is a must see. The exhibit runs through September 27, so there is time. Here is a link to the NC Museums webpage on the exhibition:
Rhonda Flanagan Terry - So very excited to be heading to the NC Museum of History today to view the exhibit by Scott Garlock Photography and to meet him in person! The exhibit, Rural Revival, opened yesterday, and this photo is just one of the many beautiful old homes that Scott has preserved forever with his photography. This exhibit is sure to thrill those who love old homes, the architecture, the history, and leave us all wishing walls could talk. Scott's exhibit runs through September 27, 2015, so if you are in the Raleigh area, you will not want to miss it!
George W. Lennon - Highly recommended! Amazing photos. Beautifully printed and framed. Tour guide (Scott) is highly recommended too! Nothing like it - so don't wait. And join the History Associates to stay up to date on exhibits, parties and trips. Best, George
Tessa Wood-Woolard - HAD A GREAT TIME TODAY AT THE Scott Garlock RURAL REVIVAL EXHIBIT!!!! Seeing these images hanging was incredible. They tell a story. A story of survival. Of lives lived. Of time going by. This mantle that graces the entry was saved from a home in the Charlotte area before it was demolished. If you get a chance go see this show at the NC Museum of History!! I'll be returning!
Rhonda Flanagan Terry - I wouldn't have missed your exhibit and the opportunity to meet you in person. Thanks for sharing your time with us today, and for being an inspiration to so many of us. Loved, loved, loved your exhibit!
Mary Glenn Green - I thoroughly enjoyed the exhibit and your personal narratives of your photographs today. I hope I can come back when you are there again and have you sign the book I got my daughter.
Jennifer Nittler - I would have loved to see your exhibition! Colorado is a long ways away though...love your pictures Scott!
Margaret H. Moseley - Congratulations on your exhibit.
Peg Van Dyne - So happy to have found your photography. My husband & I love to cruise around looking at abandoned old property! To me it is natural art.
Angie Josjor - how great it would be to see your exhibit, congrats!!!
Myrna C. Cordero - Again congratulations Scott. Well deserved.
Mary Lib Taylor - Such a honor, Scott
Doe Shively - Great picture!
Darlene Martin What a pleasure it was to visit your exhibit and meet you in person! My granddaughters continue to point out old houses and barns from the back seat of the car, amusing my daughter and son-in-law with their new "hobby." I look forward to many more of your posts; your witty writing and genuine love for things of the past. Again, congratulations on your successes, and I know there will be many more to come!
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