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Q & A: Owner of Beresford Gallery creates homey setting for art

A driftwood equine sculpture by Lindsey Molyneux is on dislpay at Elizabeth Beer's Beresford Gallery in downtown Saratoga Springs. Beer has had the gallery in city various locations during her 31 summers in Saratoga.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A driftwood equine sculpture by Lindsey Molyneux is on dislpay at Elizabeth Beer's Beresford Gallery in downtown Saratoga Springs. Beer has had the gallery in city various locations during her 31 summers in Saratoga.
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Have you seen the driftwood in downtown Saratoga? In the window of the Shoe Depot building, there’s a huge head of a horse made of sun-bleached, water-polished pieces of dry debris found along a river by Lindsey Molyneux, an artist who grew up in western Massachusetts. Molyneux is just one of 39 artists represented by The Beresford Gallery, which has traveled from Pennsylvania to Saratoga Springs for 31 seasons of thoroughbred racing. This year, the ...

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