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Photography of Louis Altieri and Tara Garcia on display at Hoag Hall, with reception Sunday


Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Parish of Christ the Redeemer. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

For the months of November and December, artists LOUIS ALTIERI and TARA GARCIA will be showing a collection of photography. We are happy to welcome Louis and Tara back to Hoag Hall! Hoag Hall is located at 1415 Pelhamdale Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York.

Lou retired from AT&T in 2013. He volunteers for the Cancer Support Team driving clients to radiation and chemotherapy. He is a member of St. Mary’s Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Mt. Vernon, New York. He loves to cook and host small dinner parties. Lou is blessed with three children and his mother, who recently passed away, was 100 years old on July 4th of this year.

TARA is a creator and photographer who has explored various channels for her creativity. As a native New Yorker, she attempts to capture the spirit of a rapidly changing city as change is often found in the smallest of details. Tara will be showing her locally inspired works of photography art.

Art is available to be viewed/bought Sundays from 8 am till noon or by appointment. Twenty percent of the proceeds of the sale of the art work will be donated to the Parish of Christ the Redeemer.  If you or someone you know would like to display/purchase art work in Hoag Hall, please contact Patrice Fitzpatrick at [email protected] or 914-393-1885.


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