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"Day Into Night": Exhibition of Recent Paintings by Roy Perkinson
A one-man exhibition of work by award-winning Wellesley artist Roy Perkinson at the Wellesley Free Library. The exhibition, "Day Into Night," will include a few dozen recent and very new (never shown before) landscape paintings in oil, pastel and watercolor, representing locales that range from Vermont, Massachusetts, Maine, Texas, Oregon, and France. The exhibition runs from Oct. 1-31, and a free public reception will occur Saturday, Oct. 6, 2-4PM. Perkinson, a lifelong painter, has been a resident of Wellesley since 1976. His website is www.perkinsonpaintings.com. His work is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and is represented by the Copley Society of Art in Boston, Fountain Street Fine Art in Framingham, and Eventide Gallery in Essex.
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The main Wellesley Free Library is located at 530 Washington St., across from Town Hall. The library is open seven days a week and offers an extensive collection of books, as well as online resources. Computer coaching and book discussions are just some of the events held here. The library is surrounded by lush, well-maintained parks. For more information, visit the library's Web site.
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