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Art by Deborah Hanson Greene

Art by Deborah Hanson Greene

Watercolors by Deborah Hanson Greene will be on display at the library during the month of April. A resident of the Berkshires, Greene paints primarily still-life studies, and to a lesser extent, landscapes à plein air. Her paintings have been accepted into juried exhibitions at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA, and the Maryland Art League in Annapolis. Work was featured in two Annapolis galleries and various coffeehouses and cafés in Annapolis and Baltimore. Since returning to her childhood home in rural western Massachusetts, where she lives and works, she has exhibited at the Berkshire Co-op Market, The Marketplace Café, The Sheffield Collection, and Real Gustavian.

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