MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Photographer Phil Straus, a Larchmont native, is set to visit the Mamaroneck Public Library.
Residents are invited to meet Straus at 2 p.m., Sunday, at the library as he speaks about his latest exhibit on display in the Warner Gallery, according to a press release. The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 2.
"From the excitement of seeing something wonderful, to the examination of both the subject and his feelings towards it, to the making of photographic and printing choices, Phil explores and experiments," representatives said in the release. "Through photography he explores the outer world, his inner world, and finally the responses of other people to his work. Photography requires artistic vision and technical mastery, and they appeal to both his intuition and to his intellect. Phil Straus loves the problem-solving that follows from the question, 'How can I best show this image?'"
Straus' current photographic interests include "portraits and abstractions from the world around him," according to the release. Straus grew up in Larchmont, and he has lived in the Philadelphia area since 1975.
Straus' work is available on his website .
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