Local artists will be showing their work during the month of February at the Morse House in Norwood MA.
For three Sunday afternoons on the 10th, 17th and the 24th, from noon to 5 p.m., more than 25 artists will be displaying and selling their art work in this restored antique home. These local artists are all members of the Norwood Art Association. They work in different mediums and have different perspectives. All interesting.
The February exhibit will be centered around Valentine's and will feature a "red" theme.
This is a wonderful opportunity for the general public, not just to view original art, but to be able to experience history in the restored home of the very historic Norwood family.
The Morse House. 1285 Washington St.
The home of George H Morse was built 1868 before Norwood became a town. The house has a long history, but the property it sits on has an even longer one. It was the site of the Ezra Morse House that was built in 1678. That was torn down when the now standing George H Morse house was built on the property known as Morse Hill. 145 years ago.
For more than 12 years, Dale Day and others in the Morse House Restoration Committee have been instrumental in keeping this piece of history alive. It hasn't been easy. They have relied on their hard work and generous folks and business who have donated both money and services. Having said that they are doing it!
The Norwood Art Association
The Norwood Art Association was established in 1978. Their goal is to encourage and promote the arts and provide a community for artists to share and learn. The Artists are from Norwood MA and the surrounding communities.
These artists look forward to sharing their work at the Morse House in February 2013.
Please join them. Admission is free.
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