Living in Melrose creates the opportunity to travel to Boston or Salem to the large museums
where the works of Art Masters are displayed. Locally there are displays which are for all
to enjoy without leaving town.
AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Local artists display their work in the Reception area as sponsorees of the "Friends of the Melrose Library" group.
Recently the work of Phyllis Hasey was featured.
Mrs. Hasey is renowned for her portraits and landscapes.
A reception to meet with the artist and discuss her work was held at the library on
Sunday, February 9 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Some examples of Mrs. Hasey's are shown on the right side of the page.
Currently on display is the work of local watercolor artist S.Dixie Clark. A reception to meet her will be
held on Sunday, April 6, from 2 to 4 pm, at the Library. As usual, there will be light
refreshements served and an opportunity to chat with the artist. These watercolors may be
The Beebe House
Faith (Older Woman)
The Pond, Compton N.H.
AT THE MILANO CENTER
On Tuesday mornings, Instructor Bill Kadlec meets with students of all levels, using all media, to create painitings and to improve technique.
Some examples of work being done by thecurrent class appear at the right side of the page.
"The Butterfly" is by Phyllis Aulward who works with mixed media: watercolor and chalk.
"The Golden Tree" is by Bill Kadlec who works with oil.
"The York Beach" is a watercolor produced by Anthony Accettullo whose work is currently displayed at
the Eastern Bank lobby, Pleasant St., Malden.
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