In October 1987 South Shore Arts opened its doors in Little Falls, New York.

From its inception it was a vital force in the community. Over the years, it

has changed owners, but South Shore Arts never lost its focus as an arts and

community force. Through its white wall gallery and graphic design business,

SSA has continually promotedand the arts and educated the public through its

brick and mortar space in historic Canal Place Little Falls. In 2001 South Shore

Arts closed its storefront and began to showcase work via the internet, working

freelance. Anne Santry and Edward Bielejec have been instrumental, serving on

committees, board of directors, and volunteering time and talent to improve

the community.