POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- A portrait of presidential candidate and Bedford resident Donald Trump made from filed bankruptcy petitions will be among the many works featured in an art exhibition set to open this month.
The portrait, to be displayed alongside works from a variety of artists at The Lionheart Gallery's Paper Space exhibition, was created by Geoffrey Stein, of Pound Ridge.
Other exhibiting artists include Karen Vogel of Darien, Connecticut; Barbara (Babs) Owen of Rhode Island; Roxanne Faber Savage of Fairfield, Connecticut; Liz Dexheimer of Litchfield County, Connecticut; Margaret Noel of Pennsylvania; Constance Old of New Canaan, Connecticut; David Hutchinson of Pound Ridge; and Phillip Halaburda, of Provence, France.
“This is one of our most imaginative exhibitions of the year,” said Susan Grissom, gallery director. “Each of our exhibition artists has a signature style that speaks volumes about their exceptional mastery of printing and art-centered execution."
The exhibition will open to the public on Oct. 21 and run through Nov. 30. A highlight will be the Artist's Talk, which is scheduled for Nov. 14.
The gallery at 27 Westchester Ave. is open from 11 a.m.-5p.m., Wednesday-Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
To learn more or to view the works online, visit The Lionheart Gallery website . The gallery can be reached at 914-764-8689 .
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