Moments of Grace at Lumber Yard Amherst, Massachussets

Oct 02, 2011

Moments of Grace at Lumber Yard Amherst, Massachussets

A permanent photography exhibit of fourteen images was on display at the now closed Lumber Yard Restaurant, a modern day bistro located in the Historic District of Amherst, MA.

This newest project, built entirely from raw space by the owners of the famed Sconset Café on Nantucket, was designed to maximize the potential of Ben’s photography. Tracks were installed with lights for each image and paint colors were selected to bring out the tonal range of the black-and-white photographs.

The images chosen for display reflect the philosophy and mission of the restaurant; people connecting, showing their love and spirit for one another.

Read our blog for behind-the-scenes story

Lumber Yard NOW CLOSED

383 Main Street
Amherst, MA 01002

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