On the Bloomfield Pulse Facebook group, a local was asking for help remembering the name of the art store that used to be on Glenwood Ave. near the Glenwood Diner. Thanks to folks, on Facebook, they got their answer. Here’s what they learned.
George Schwacha owned the store and was a “prolific artist,” according to Daphne Margeotes who purchased Schwacha’s artwork and used their framing services throughout the 70s.
You can join the conversation in the Bloomfield Pulse Facebook group here.
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