Emerson Klees has a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, a M.B.A. degree from New York University, and a M.A. degree in English Literature (Creative Writing Track) from the State University of New York — College at Brockport. He is a member of the New Society of the Genesee Historical Association and a past member of the Rochester/Monroe County Freedom Trail Commission and the New York Historical Association. Buy books here (more…)
This building was constructed in the 1820’s as a carriage and sleigh manufacturing shop. The 1850’s brought about a blacksmith and horseshoe shop and it remained that until the early 1920’s, when it became the site of a wooden box builder. The 1930’s brought it back to the home of a horseshoe repair and a boat construction business. In 1948, the legendary Paul Trabold began his 50 plus years here with his auto repair shop; many of our customers remember driving their cars into what is now our dining room.
Who are we now? Joe’s Pasta Garage
MaryAnne Angelillo is a Local Notable and she sees the StoryBook Village thru very special lenses; her own. And the images are fabulous. See more here
Or contact MaryAnn at Mangellillo@Adelphia.net to purchase copies at very reasonable prices.
The Legacy Studio is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region, in Skaneateles, New York. Our philosophy is to provide fine art that can be enjoyed for a lifetime.
All art work is created by the studio founder, Sara Davenport. Original paintings are available in four mediums: oil, acrylic, watercolor and pastel. All paintings from The Legacy Studio are professionally matted and framed.
Digital reproductions of Sara’s original artwork are also available in three forms: Giclee Print, Digital Print and Note Cards. All prints are matted and in a clear, plastic sleeve. Note cards include envelopes and are also in a clear, plastic sleeve.
The Legacy Studio
Ms Sara Davenport
1975 Collard Rd.
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Fine Art for a Lifetime
My paintings are derived from within me. They capture my innermost dreams, thoughts,
and feelings. My paintings are not the cookie-cutter technical renderings we practiced
in art school, but rather, the free- flowing expression of my state of mind at that time.
I love to paint people because it’s a challenge to capture their spirit.
1687 Pork Street
website of book where Annie’s artwork is published: Best of New York Artists and Artisans