Dozens of pieces of fine art photography were recently on display at HarborChase of the Park Cities (a community of luxury senior residences). From photographs of the great outdoors to vintage buildings, residents and invited guests were able to admire the works of art by Brandall Laughlin. The Dallas native’s photographs were part of the senior living community’s “Behind the Lens” event. Attendees enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres and sipped on signature cocktails as they walked through the community viewing Laughlin’s work. Laughlin also donated a beautiful piece that was featured in a silent auction at the event. The money raised benefited the Alzheimer’s Women’s Association for Resources and Education (AWARE) in Dallas and North Texas.
“Dallas is my home, and I am thankful to HarborChase of the Park Cities for allowing me to showcase my artwork at their stunning community,” said Laughlin. “I have been a photographer for more than 20 years, and it is truly my passion. I enjoyed sharing that with the residents at HarborChase and the guests who attended. It was an honor to donate one of my pieces for the silent auction. Alzheimer’s disease affects so many people across the country, and I am glad the money raised from the silent auction will benefit a local nonprofit in its fight against the disease.”
“We were thrilled to welcome Brandall to our community for our first ‘Behind the Lens’ event,” said Heather Corton, executive director, HarborChase of the Park Cities. “Her artwork is breathtaking, and we know invited guests and residents enjoyed seeing her work. Artwork is a major theme throughout HarborChase of the Park Cities. At every turn you will find striking pieces on display that stimulate the mind and senses. We knew her work would be a hit because our community already has eight of her images on display in our memory care dining room. Anytime someone sees the dramatic pieces they always compliment them. We are happy we were able to allow residents and invited guests to see her other incredible pieces and have the opportunity to purchase one their own. Brandall was very generous to donate a piece of her work for a silent auction. More than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and any money we can donate to organizations like AWARE Dallas gets us one step closer to finding a cure for the disease.”