Hudson artist to showcase paintings


HUDSON – The paintings of local artist Judith-Grace Miller will be on display at the Bolton Public Library during the month of June. 

Miller began her painting journey as a teenager growing up in Hudson where she was often spotted painting the downtown shop windows every year for the holidays during the 70’s-80’s. Miller later studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and is the daughter of longtime Hudson residents Grace R. Abel and Donald F. Abel.

Miller’s oil paintings will be on display as part of a show, “Places I Remember” at the Bolton Library. Places I Remember is a compilation of en plein air (painted outdoors from life) oil paintings of the surrounding area painted by Miller and several other local artists from last spring to present.

There will be an opening reception held at the library on Thursday, June 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the first floor community meeting room.

The Bolton Public Library is located at 738 Main St., Bolton, MA. The paintings will remain on display during regular June library hours.


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