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5 X 5 exhibit opens in Milton

Show explores The Pleasures of Local Art
Apr 30, 2013
Photo by: David Messick Shown (l-r) in attendance at the 5 X 5 opening are artists Earle Norman, Ray Petersen, Eddie Filemyr, Jean Bowers, Aurelio Grisanty and photographer Keith Steck.

“5 X 5: The Pleasures of Local Art,” an exhibit featuring five artists painting five works based on photos, opened April 26 at the Lydia Black Cannon Museum. The show is ongoing through Tuesday, May 21, and is hosted by the Milton Historical Society. Works focus on scenes throughout Milton and the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge.


The show's opening received a warm response, with more than 200 people in attendance. Hours of the exhibit are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday or by appointment (684-1010).

Shown are two of five sequences of scenes based on five photographs. Shown in the top sequence (l-r) are "Through the Woods" (The Libby and Bob Blaney-Zando house in Milton) by artists (l-r) Ray Petersen, Jean Bowers, Aurelio Grisanty, Eddie Filemyr and Earle Norman. Shown below are "Main Street USA" (Entrance to Irish Eye's in Milton) by Petersen, Filemyr, Bowers, Grisanty and Norman. (Photo by: Raymond Petersen)
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