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Beginning Friday August 5, the David M. Hunt Library in Falls Village will host the exhibition “302 Years (and counting) of Making Art”, a creative journey through an eclectic assembly of works by six local artists who have been creating art for a combined total of 302 years.  The six artists are also couples: Joey Sage Jablonski and Bernie Re of East Canaan, Diane and Joel Schapira of Lakeville, and Karen and Scott Culbreth of Millerton.  The exhibition ranges from painted works to ceramics and will have a few surprises too.  When asked about the exhibition title, Bernie Re said, “the answer to the question that so many artists get asked, “How long did it take you to do that?”, is not minutes, hours, days or weeks, it is 302 years!”  An outdoor reception with refreshments will take place from 3PM to 5PM on Saturday, August 13.  The exhibition will remain on display through Friday August 26.   For more information, call the library at 860-824-7424 or visit huntlibrary.org/art-wall.

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