Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Honey, Healey & Doucette Aug. 5-7

Pictured above is one of many wilderness paintings by Katherine Honey, a North Attleboro artist, who was inspired by the Ken Burns television series to try to capture the beauty of our National Parks. This painting of the Grand Tetons is one such example. Come and see the rest of her beautiful American wilderness paintings. Katherine joins returning featured artists Marilyn Healey and Brenda Doucette, both of whom had such a good time last weekend that they agreed to return for a second straight weekend. If you get a chance, drop by this weekend and say hello. And don't forget, we are inviting all artists to participate in a massive "Paintout at Patriot Place" Saturday afternoon, Aug. 20.

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