Byram River inspires Port Chester art installation

A multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural

A multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester makes use of an 800-square-foot gallery at the Miranda Arts Project Space to re-create the contours of the Byram River shore. (Jan. 8, 2013) Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed at the Miranda Arts Project Space until Jan. 19.

A multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

A multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester makes use of an 800-square-foot gallery at the Miranda Arts Project Space to re-create the contours of the Byram River shore. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artist Beth Dary works on a multimedia gallery
Photo Credit: Handout

Artist Beth Dary works on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artist Sarah Lutz works on a multimedia gallery
Photo Credit: Handout

Artist Sarah Lutz works on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Photocopies of old phone directories are used in
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Photocopies of old phone directories are used in a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester at the Miranda Arts Project Space. (Jan. 8, 2013)

The contours of the Byram River shore are
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

The contours of the Byram River shore are sketched on the walls of Miranda Arts Project Space. Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary wanted to highlight the natural environment and history of Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Artists Sarah Lutz and Beth Dary collaborated on a multimedia gallery installation that highlights the natural environment and history of Port Chester. The installation can be viewed until Jan. 19 at the Miranda Arts Project Space in Port Chester. (Jan. 8, 2013)

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