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APRIL 15, 2016

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PHOTO COURTESY LIONHEART GALLERY

Two artist talks planned at Lionheart

Aerial photographer, Peter Massini, and mixed media artist, Leslie Giuliani, whose exhibits continue through Feb. 26, at the Lionheart Gallery in Pound Ridge, will give talks at the gallery Saturday, Feb. 4, at 4 p.m. The snow date is Sunday, Feb. 5.

Mr. Massini works for private, commercial and corporate clients through his business, Big City Aerial Photography, based in New York City. His images are shot from the open door of a helicopter.

The photographer’s first exhibit of fine-art photographs, titled “Altitude,” features large-format, acrylic-faced digital images of cityscapes and infrastructure, with a focus on defining geometry and patterns. “I think we use patterns to provide some sort of order in a world of disorder,” Mr. Massini said. “I believe a lot of art, music, science and math is an arrangement of patterns made to help us with our need for organization, amusement and the need to learn.”

In “Coded Narrative,” Ms. Giuliani presents improvisational embroidered encaustic paintings that use a stylized visual language to present mysterious narratives. The works may be most notable for Mr. Giuliani’s process.

She works on Encaustiflex, a microfiber material, and begins by painting and monoprinting geometric pieces with encaustic paint. These building blocks are embellished with embroidery imagery that begins as drawings, which are digitized to become stitch files that can be sent to the artist’s computerized sewing machine. Ms. Giuliani sews pieces together to produce finished works she calls “visual jazz.”

For more information, call 764-8689 or visit thelionheartgallery.com.

Lionheart Gallery is located at 27 Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge.

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EDITORIAL

Schools, safety and swastikas: What now?

This weekend police, fire departments and EMS teams are conducting an intensive emergency training drill at a vacant Katonah-Lewisboro school. No students, teachers or administrators will be involved, as this is strictly a practice session for first responders.

The precise scenario the drill instructors will give them is a surprise, but it will no doubt be a chilling one. It might, for example, center on the actions of an imaginary intruder on school grounds who is armed with weapons. Emergency personnel will be given such tasks as gaining entry to the school, setting up an interagency command unit, defusing the threat, rescuing “victims” and setting up triage areas to provide medical attention.

“The public should not be alarmed by these emergency drills,” according to a school district spokesperson.

It’s easy to see where this warning is coming from. To make the training exercise at the now-vacant Lewisboro Elementary School as realistic as possible, organizers from Westchester EMS and the Bedford Police plan to incorporate elements such as simulated gunfire and other noise, rapid movement of personnel through the facility, and playacting victims. LVAC, the Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps, is hosting the comprehensive “rapid response safety drill.”

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