GRAFTON, W.Va. – On July 1, Gallery 62 West will be reopening with a new exhibit. The gallery will host guest artist, Cindy Rubenstein, and her photography display, “Gateways,” as their artist for the month of July.
The show’s reception will be held on July 1 from 6-8 p.m., at the Gallery 62 West. The gallery itself will be open up from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees can delight in a dessert and consume, as the previous fundraiser, “Thank Goodness It’s Dessert Friday,” is restarted.
Rubenstein’s pictures have been described as staying “seemingly common times, but essentially reflect the remarkable moments that produced off digicam.”
“The cause I love shots so significantly is mainly because they are a memory of one break up second in time but they open up the doorway to so several other things surrounding it,” Rubenstein explained.
To capture individuals split second times, all the photographs in this display have been taken applying an Apple iphone X in West Virginia, New Hampshire and California.
Rubenstein, a specialist counselor for 20 decades, is a Grafton native and lives with her husband, Shawn, and her two young children, Elias and Violet, in Grafton.