Garage Gallery is located 1/2 block off of Main Street in Beacon NY on North Elm Street. (To use GPS, enter 11 N. Elm St., Beacon NY—the gallery is directly across the street.)
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Garage Gallery is proud to present paired solo exhibitions of Susan Keiser's "Frozen Beauty" and Scott Lerman’s “Main Street” photographs as part of the BEACON OPEN STUDIOS weekend.
Frozen Beauty
Susan Keiser
July 20–21, 2024
Sat/Sun 12–6pm

Opening Reception, July 20, 4–6pm

In extreme cold, water freezes fast and milky, obscuring whatever lies beneath the surface. But when temperatures hover near 32°F, clear panes sometimes form, slightly warped like historic glass windows. Air bubbles rise, bending the light into pearls, until the now glittering surface traps them until the spring thaw.
Keiser photographs flowers caught between rapidly thawing sheets of ice and flowing water. As bubbles are released and move with the current, they bounce off the petals in an intricate dance. Once alive and growing, she captures their frozen, reanimated beauty.

© Susan Keiser, 2024

Main Street
Scott Lerman
July 20–21, 2024
Sat/Sun 12–6pm

Opening Reception, July 20, 4–6pm
​​​​​​​Lerman’s photographs capture more than the 19th century buildings that define Beacon’s historic Main Street. They are infused with the spirit and creativity of the extraordinary thoroughfare that connects its community to past and future.
The exhibit features photographs of buildings (and Beacon’s famous Dummy Light) stretching from the East to West end of Main Street.
Telephone Building © Scott Lerman, 2024
Scott Lerman's work has been exhibited in a wide range of galleries, including Candela Books + Gallery, Richmond VA; The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO;  Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction, VT; Garage Gallery, Beacon, NY;  Garner Arts Center, West Haverstraw, NY; Kadoya Gallery, Pueblo, CO; and Soho Photo, New York, NY. He resides in Beacon, NY. ​​​​​​​

"A Walk Down Main Street—2023/2020/2014"  

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