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Art in the Hall Exhibit features Leigh J. Grundy

Hudson – The featured artist of the current Art in the Hall Exhibit at Hudson Town Hall is Leigh Grundy from Maynard. Her work is on exhibit at the Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main St., through mid-March. The exhibit may be viewed in the first floor lobby during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.? to 4:30 p.m.? All works are available for purchase.

Using her love of deep rich color and contrast, Grundy tries to show the beauty in the everyday.? Coming from a long line of painters, she was taught to see light and color from an early age.? Combining this with her love of photography helps her create unique photographic images. This is her first solo show, but more of her images can be seen emailing her at www.LiralenStudios.zenfolio.com.

The Art in the Hall Exhibit is a collaborative project between the Hudson Town Hall and the Arts Alliance. Exhibits like these enable the community to enjoy the enormous talent of local artists, while offering gifted individuals another venue in which to display their creative works. The next solo exhibit scheduled at Hudson Town Hall will be from mid-March to mid-June featuring the artwork of Brother Eugene DeLauro.

For more information, visit www.upwitharts.org or call 978-562-1646.

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