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Open House at The Mill on Water Street

by Paul Saulnier
November 5, 2017

The open studio events continues of Sunday, November 5, from 11AM to 4PM

Your tour of the Mill will be highlighted by the music of Sara Stalnaker and Erica Leigh, pictured below,  who was singing on Saturday from 11 - 2. There will be wine tasting on Sunday from 1 - 3pm.

Above and below are works from the Jeff Perrott Studio.

A few works by Laurie Leavitt, above and below, a Holliston resident who created the covers for the America in Bloom Symposium held last month here in Holliston.

Above is a compilation of the photography of Jeff Adams.

Bob Vesprini, below left, shared this space (above and below) with Marie Lucking.

Large format painting in the hallway by Arlene Chaplin

If you are searching for large format paintings, check out the studio of Richard Kattman, above, on the fourth floor.

This striking image of a white horse, above, was painted by Kristin Stashenko, below of Medfield.

There are many more artists to visit and talk to so be sure to stop by the Mill, 24 Water Street, Holliston.

The open studio events continues of Sunday, November 5, from 11AM to 4PM

 

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Comments (2)

Thank you Holliston Reporter for the fine coverage of Open Studios at Water Street Mill!

- Richard Kattman | 11/6/17 7:58 PM

Wow !! Great pictures / Art, and great article very educational!!

- Mark Ahronian | 11/5/17 9:59 AM

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