Bodley-Bullock House offers a twist to traditional gallery hop
Frankfort photographer, Ed Lawrence will have selected images from his book "Kentucky 120" on display for the Junior League's participation in the May 15 Lexington Gallery Hop at the Bodley-Bullock House, 200 Market St., Lexington, Ky.
In addition to the exhibit, Lawrence will be donating proceeds from the sale of "Kentucky 120" to help sustain and maintain the Bodley-Bullock House. "The first time I walked in the Bodley -Bullock house, I realized what a Lexington treasure it is," said Lawrence. "I know that donations through the sale of "Kentucky 120" at gallery hop won't be huge in the big picture, but it's the least I can do as the Junior League was so generous in offering me an opportunity to exhibit."
"Kentucky 120" is a county-by-county portrait of Kentucky, from the Mississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains. The landscape photographs are the culmination Ed Lawrence's ten years of traveling backroads and visiting each of Kentucky's 120 counties. For more information about "Kentucky 120," go to www.zedzzpress.com.
Built circa 1814, the Bodley-Bullock House offers fine examples of the Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture and furnishings. Open to the public throughout the year for tours and special events and is available for rental for meetings, weddings and private parties. The Bodley-Bullock House is maintained by the Junior League of Lexington.