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Contributed by Gary Zaretsky & Miriam Danar
Scarsdale Train Station’s frame shop, , will host the photography of local artist Miriam Danar for the month of September, as she displays her photos for the first time in the village. Miriam grew up in Westchester and documents the beauty of both Scarsdale and New York.
Patch recently featured several of , though she promises never-before-seen work in this colourful debut.
With ongoing exhibits at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art, named by CBS as one of “NYC’s 6 Best Contemporary Art Galleries," Miriam recently appeared on television’s “Minding Your Business” and radio’s Centanni Broadcasting Network, showcasing her work. She is currently helping to research a book on cultural diversity with a National Geographic photographer, among other projects, and will be exhibiting in a Westchester town hall later this fall.
Drop by on your way home, or make a trip to the depot to see buyable images suitable for anyone’s kitchen, den, family room, or gallery. Images are already framed and matted. Print orders can be taken, as well.
Framing at Depot Place is an awarding winning, custom frame shop serving the Westchester community for over 15 years. We have designed custom frames for all types of art including original art of painters such as Picasso, Diego Rivera and a Ansel Adams photo.
Also very important to us is to frame our children's art to preserve their moments of creativity. Although our customers range from architects, interior designers and a former president, we pride ourselves in serving members of our community. We strive to make sure that whatever work of art is brought to our frame shop, that it is framed to enhance its beauty and the beauty of your home.
We have a passion for custom framing photography. As a result we now have monthly exhibits featuring talented and creative photographers. We hope to discover the next Ansel Adams.
PHOTO EXHIBIT In September we are featuring Miriam Danar. Her photos reveal the quiet drama of urban landscape, street dioramas, and reflect the influence of the painter Edward Hopper and the 1950's Film Noir.