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2013-07-31 / Arts and Entertainment

Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill Announces New Photography Exhibition


Chris Layton Chris Layton Inspired by a legally blind photographer, who was a friend of the artist’s grandfather, David Grossman etched an indelible memory into his unconscious of this man’s amazing images created from the inner soul and mind’s eye.

Since he was a child, David has never been without a camera. In the early days he always had his grandfather’s Nikon dangling around his neck. Now, David nurtures himself and others with his stunning photography, currently on exhibition at Cathryn’s Tuscan Grill on Main Street in Cold Spring. Many of his grandfather’s comrades were Life Magazine photographers who perfected, along with the technical, the ability to produce imagery infused with a keen observance of their surroundings while telling a story through the lens. This artist/photographer says that he never tires of pulling slides from the old trays filled with Kodachrome transparencies and holding them up to the light. Pictures that demonstrate, straight from the camera an honesty that endures and remains in the front of his mind.

Mr. Grossman gathers inspiration from his coastal hometown of Duxbury, Massachusetts, and travels around the world as far reaching as Zanzibar to capture a piece of time and place through his work. The senses are all thoroughly engaged viewing David’s marsh grass, ocean sand patterns, egrets fishing, colorful dories and evening sunsets, all the fresh and wonderful expressions of summer.

Collected by corporate and private clients worldwide, the art of David Grossman is something to be experienced with a full complement of the fine wines and cuisine at Cathryn’s, 91 Main Street, Cold Spring, NY 845-265-5582. All works are available for sale.

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