The fragile colors of early spring give way to the more vibrant colors of summer—children who began the school year last fall now talk of vacation plans and future endeavors. The seasons rush along. We cannot stop them.
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Kathy Ungerleider and Carolyn Dittes
The sun rises, the darkness of the winter night fades, and light and hope return—
Profiles on Jean-Luc Godard and William C. Scheel, two Granby artists
Doug Williams participated in the Granby Artists Association Open Studio Tour in October. He was happy to demonstrate his oil painting en plein air.
At Thanksgiving, we have dinner with our family or friends. We usually offer thanks for our families and the meal we are having and wish our friends goodwill.
The Granby Artists Association (GAA) will host its Holiday Gift Show marketplace at a new location, Pilgrim Covenant Church, 605 Salmon Brook Street, on Saturday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Shop for original works of art created by local artists. Discover the talents of your neighbors.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Granby Land Trust and the Granby Artists Association came together to host the 15th Granby Land Trust juried art show: Celebrating New England’s Natural Beauty.