Bookstore shares space with gallery
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Artwork by Ken Dorros
Artwork by Ken Dorros
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WILMINGTON- Gratitude is the word this Thanksgiving in the Mount Snow Valley. Gallery Wright is no exception. The gallery is grateful for 10 years in business, grateful to be rebuilding, and grateful to be reopening soon. Also grateful to Bartleby’s Books for opening up space in the new reading room this weekend for a teaser peek of Gallery Wright’s exhibit of new paintings by Ken Dorros and Mallory Rich.

Dorros and Rich each paint the beautiful world as they see it. Dorros’ pieces are lush and inviting compositions of barns, farms, and the woods of New England. Rich’s paintings of the mountains and rivers are spare and lean. Each artist brings a different sense of beauty to their work. That’s the beauty of art, it’s in the eye of the beholder. Join in this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 25, 26, and 27. The paintings will be there all weekend, Mary Wright will at Bartleby’s each day from 12 to 4 pm, celebrating Thanksgiving, celebrating Bartleby’s reopening, and Gallery Wright’s new exhibit. Follow Gallery Wright’s reopening at www.gallerywright.blogspot.com or www.gallerywright.com.

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