NORWAY – Frost Farm Gallery will hold a First Friday reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Sept. 5. The exhibit and sale will be a dual artist show featuring local landscapes and still lifes in watercolor and pencil by Thelma Denlinger and local landscapes in pastels and mixed-media work by Carol L. Corriveau.

The opening is free; light refreshments will be served.

Originally from Columbus, Ohio, Denlinger studied commercial art at Ohio State University. She is primarily self-taught in watercolor painting and derives her inspiration from nature. She is an active member of the Leominster Art Association in Massachusetts and has studied with Deb Lewis of Bethel and Brenda Sauro of South Paris. She volunteers with Norway Downtown during the Sidewalk Art Festival, the Stone-Smart Unit 82 American Legion Auxiliary and the Oxford Hills Chapter of the AARP.

Corriveau, who hails from Paris, works in watercolor, acrylic and oils but stretches her creativity across mixed-media work. She, too, is an active member of the Leominster Art Association. Her work has been displayed in several venues, including the Whitman Library, the Matolcsy Arts Center, the Norway Sidewalk Art Festival, the Moore Park Art Show and the Painted Mermaid Gallery. In her spare time, she enjoys music, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.

The dual show and sale will continue through Saturday, Sept. 27. The gallery is in the historic Frost farm at 272 Pikes Hill. First Friday Artwalk exhibits at Frost Farm Gallery are in conjunction with Matolcsy Arts Center, Commons Art Collective, Norway Memorial Library, McLaughlin Garden, Painted Mermaid Gallery and My Studio.

For more information, call 743-8041.


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