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“ABSTRACTIONS – Part II” @ Katonah – An Outdoor Photography Exhibit

The Ground Glass Road Show
ABSTRACTIONS – Part II” @ Katonah
An Outdoor Photography Exhibit

 The Ground Glass Photographers are on a Roll again !  Undaunted by the Coronavirus Pandemic, the group’s members have taken their exhibits off  the gallery walls, out the door and into the streets.  The current exhibit, ABSTRACTIONS – Part II, is part of the Ground Glass “Road Show” series.  The exhibit will be on display outdoors at the Railroad Crossing Fence in Katonah, NY July 22 thru August 19, 2021.  This exhibit is a continuation of Abstractions – Part I which opened in Katonah on June 25.

The event is free and open to the public.

The Abstractions Exhibit represents the work of 21 photographers.  Large photographic prints ( 36” x 48”  and some even larger) on weatherproof material are displayed on the railroad fence next to the restaurant.   This type of exhibit is a significant departure from a typical gallery show where photographic images are often no larger than 16” x 20” in size.

The photographs in the exhibit are available for sale in large or small sizes

Given the enthusiastic response to its Road Show series, the Ground Glass is offering to make shows available to towns, venues or organizations interested in hosting future Road Shows.

While ABSTRACTIONS is best seen in person, a preview of the Road Show photographs may be viewed on the association’s website, www.thegroundglass.org

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Event Location and Ticket Information

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Katonah Railroad Crossing
Katonah Avenue
Katonah, New York 10536
Handicap Accessible? Yes

Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Times: 12:00 am

Ticket pricing:
Free event

Presenter: The Ground Glass
Presenter Phone: 914-582-0584
Presenter Website: http://www.thegroundglass.org

Sponsor Message

Ground Glass Information: The Ground Glass, established in 1975, is an independent association dedicated to promoting the practice and appreciation of fine art photography in Westchester County, NY, and Fairfield County, CT. It serves as a forum for photographers to express ideas, share technical information and participate in juried exhibitions. The group also addresses issues concerning photography through lectures, demonstrations and workshops. The Ground Glass currently conducts its monthly meetings via Zoom Sessions. When the Corona Virus Pandemic subsides the group plans to resume monthly meetings (in-person) at the Rye Art Center, Rye NY. The association’s website: www.thegroundglass.org