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Photographs by ninth grader Sidereus Preftake on exhibit at Christ Church, with reception Sunday


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

A reception will be held SUNDAY, MAY 19, from 11:00-1:00 PM.

CHRIST CHURCH, 1415 Pelhamdale Ave, Pelham Manor, NY

Sidereus Preftakes is a 9th grade student at Pelham Memorial High School. His family has an interest and experience in photography that carried over to Sidereus. He always had a connection with nature because of his camping enthusiast father and his Boy Scout troop (TROOP 1). He loves to display nature and feelings through his photography as well as capture the natural beauty of the area around Pelham.

This display shows some photos from when he first started and his recent installment of his beach collection. His art is an avenue to make others happy and inspire people to look at the world more closely.

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


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