Local art dealer closes up shop after 45 years

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Nan Miller Gallery to close:

After 45 years in business, local art dealer Nan Miller announced this week she is closing her gallery on Monroe Ave in Pittsford.

As of late, she’s focused on select artists like Albert Paley, but she said even though the decision was difficult, now is the right time to retire.

“Forty-five years is a long time to be in the art business. I have grandchildren, my husband is retired, and we’d like to travel a little bit. I’m looking forward to the next chapter of my life,” said Miller on Friday.

Miller will ship some of the art back to the artists, though she plans to keep some of her inventory for sale on her website. A liquidation sale starts Monday, August 7th, and the gallery will officially close at the end of September.

TJ Maxx ready to open near Eastview Mall:

Across from Eastview Mall in Victor, TJ Maxx is preparing to open its newest store in the area. Located in Cobblestone Court, the company is creating 60 local jobs for the 24,000 sq. ft. store.

The off-price retailer said it plans to donate $10,000 to the House of Mercy at its grand opening August 13th.

New location for Bill Gray’s:

Another location in Greece where you can find what Bill Gray’s calls, ‘The World’s Greatest Cheeseburger’.

The restaurant is prepping to build a location with a tap room and Abbott’s at 1161 North Greece Rd.

Right now its in the beginning stages of site-work, and so far, no opening date has been set. 

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