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Open Studio & Sale, Nov 3 and 4, 2018 at Ann Trainor Domingue studio

opening postcard web 5x5 OS2 2018

Once a year I open my studio and home to my fans, supporters, collectors and those curious about my work. If you’ve always wanted to peek into an artist’s studio– now is your chance! On Saturday and Sunday November 3rd and 4th, 10-4, I will be here to greet and talk with you about your interests in art. Feel free to browse through 100+ paintings I have created over the last few years. Small sizes to large, giclee prints (high quality ink-jet images on heavy-weight archival paper), series of notecards featuring some of my popular artworks, over a hundred small size watercolor and ink sketches and drawings, and a few other special items. I’d love to see you. Visit nhopendoors.com for details and directions of this statewide arts and shopping event.

Hope you’ll join me for a wonderful art-filled weekend!

Lesson learned: Be Open. 

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