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Lenox Gallery of Fine Art

Artists' Wednesdays

Berkshires Week

LENOX -- Each Wednesday through the end of August, The Lenox Gallery of Fine Art in Lenox will sponsor "Artists' Wednesdays." Each Wednesday between 2 and 4 a Gallery artist will be available to demonstrate artistic techniques and discuss his or her work.

July 6 - Decorative artist Jane Barrientos will demonstrate oil painting as well as decorative art techniques.

July 13 - Great Barrington oil painter Robert Watkins will demonstrate and discuss his realist landscape oil painting technique.

July 20 - TBA

July 27 - Artist, painter and sculptor Joel Rudnick, of Williamstown will be available.

Each event is free. A complete schedule and additional information on the artists can be found online at www.lenoxgallery.com. The gallery is located at 69 Church Street.



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