Heidler & Heeps Vinyl Collection Comes to Summit
Signed Limited Edition Photographic Prints at Grand Summit Hotel Benefit Reeves-Reed Arboretum
By Sarah Emily Gilbert
Trippy, colorful, and intriguing photographs of vinyl records are lining the walls of The HAT Tavern at The Grand Summit Hotel for the month of January. Three times a year, the historic hotel partners with Reeves-Reed Arboretum to display and sell artwork from a curated exhibition, with 30% of every sale benefitting the Arboretum.
Their current exhibition, Vinyl Collection, features the work of UK-based photographers, Natasha Heidler and Richard Heeps. In 2007, the two partnered up to open the Bleach Box Photography Gallery in Cambridge, where they work with artists who put a twist on traditional photographic techniques to create unique images. They show their work in art fairs around the world, and even take some detours to our favorite locales like Summit, NJ.
Signed prints from the Vinyl Collection will be available for purchase until the end of the month. Explore the good old days of analogue technology by visiting The HAT Tavern to check out the gallery at 570 Springfield Ave. in Summit, NJ.