Hudson River Museum Opens Photos of The Changing Hudson Valley

artwork: Susan Wides - Indian Point on Ramapo Fault [August 12, 2009] - Where once the Palisades stood untouched, amidst pure nature, water, and the sky, these cliffs now exist side by side with industrial sites that line the river from Indian Point on Ramapo Fault to Yonkers

YONKERS, NY.- Photographer Susan Wides explores the Hudson Valley from its southernmost region, Manhattan, north to Westchester County, and then to the Catskills in more than 40 large-scale photographs at the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, opening May 28, and on view until September 11. The iconic contemporary landscapes in Susan Wides: The Hudson Valley, From Mannahatta to Kaaterskill show both the transformation and regeneration of a region settled before the American Revolution and which remains, today, the cornerstone of America’s identity and industrial development.