The Breadth Within is an art gallery located in Roslyn, NY
We cater to interior designers and architects as well as those looking for beautiful, high end original art. We believe that what we surround ourselves with on the outside nurtures us on the inside.
Gallery owner Daniella Cippitelli grew up on Long Island, NY and has been an artist since early childhood. Early on in her professional career, she served in a variety of senior-level creative roles with ad agencies and publishing companies after graduating college with a B.F.A. in Arts Management. Daniella also holds an M.A. in Media Studies and an A.A. in Commercial Art.
From 2010-2013 she was co-owner of an online marketing/web development agency. In the later part of 2013 she sold her shares of the company to her business partner to pursue her philanthropic effort with the Magic Happens Foundation, the non-profit she founded in 2012 to bring fitness and nutrition to individuals going through cancer treatment, and to dedicate more time to her fine art creative pursuits.
Serendipitous circumstances led her to the space in Roslyn, NY that has become the home of The Breadth Within. Daniella always had aspirations of opening an art gallery on the North Shore of Long Island to bring the NYC and Hampton Bays art scenes closer to Nassau County residents and its visitors to broaden and maintain the cultural diversity so many Nassau County residents enjoy.
The gallery not only showcases Daniella’s own paintings and fine art photography, but the work of other up and coming artists. She feels it is important for artists to have the exposure of a gallery and knows it can be tough getting your work out there. She is excited to have the opportunity to represent great artists in areas they might not otherwise reach on their own.
The gallery is also host to yoga classes and other various wellness workshops as well as being the home of the Magic Happens Foundation Yoga Therapy class for cancer patients. The philosophy of The Breadth Within is that what surrounds you on the outside feeds what is going on inside. When you come to the gallery you are immersed in an experience. You leave feeling different than when you came in.