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October 24, 2013

Art Exhibit

HAVERHILL, MA - Kneeland Studio of Fine Arts is proud to announce the annual student art show titled, Collective Colors, now through Fri., October 25, at The Haverhill Historical Society, 240 Water Street, Haverhill, MA.

More than twenty aspiring art students of all ages are participating in this exhibit, proudly displaying a year’s worth of artwork. All of the artists have taken classes for more than one year and the work that is shown is exceptionally advanced and beautiful. If you have never attend an exhibit, and think you might want to cross this off your bucket list, this is the show to see.

All sorts of subject matter is on display, and the talented artists who have created this work will be present at the reception to meet and answer questions. Many of the students whose work will be shown continue on to art colleges or pursue art as a profession.

The show is sponsored by Susan Kneeland, renowned instructor and artist.

There is no admission fee; wine, beverages and refreshments are served; and some artwork is available for purchase.

For more information, or specific hours for viewing, you may call the Historical Society at 978-374-4626, or contact the instructor at kneelandfinearts@aol.com.

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