MONTPELIER — The fourth annual exhibit by artists age 70 years and older will open Wednesday at Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier.
The exhibit, put on by the Central Vermont Council on Aging, will include an opening reception Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the library. The exhibit will feature 26 artists and run through the end of May.
“We have so many talented artists who continue to create, to explore and to express themselves. These are rich and vibrant years,” said Beth Stern, executive director of the council, in a statement.
Artists featured include Judy Greenwald and Anne Sarcka, of Montpelier, Harriet Wood, of Marshfield, Jane Pincus, of Roxbury, and Aya Itagaki, of Fairlee.
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