Current Exhibit

The Crow House

Photographs by Julie Scholz

On exhibit throughout the months of July and August 2018.

Julie Scholz began making pictures in 1987 when she studied photography at SUNY Oneonta under the guidance of professor Andrea Modica.  Her education continued with various workshops on advanced darkroom techniques and alternative photographic processes.

Julie’s approach to photography is one that emphasizes the beauty of subject matter and composition rather than documentation. More known for her ethereal landscapes and award winning macro photography, documenting the Crow House provided a wonderful challenge.

Julie has spent over 2 years photographing the Crow House, capturing its textures and charisma through the changing natural light of all seasons.

Desiring to convey how vibrant and alive this historic home still is, despite its state of decay, the final artwork is created by using a pigment based printer, various archival papers and photo transfer techniques.

Julie has been a member of The Piermont Flywheel Gallery since 2010. Julie’s work can be seen at juliescholz.smugmug.com or by appointment at her Garnerville studio at Garner Arts Center in Rockland County, NY.

This exhibit of the Crow House has been made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and administered by ArtsWestchester.

Exhibiting in the Gallery

We are always reviewing art exhibit applications and are now booking for 2017. Submit the online application first. If you qualify, we will then call you to make an appointment to bring in 3 to 5 original works. Please review our policy carefully before you apply. If you have any questions, email Ms. Molina at mmolina@suffernfreelibrary.org.