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Karen Lindon, oil on canvas, “Volvanoe in Umbria"
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Arthur Hillman, photograph, “Orchids, Oahu, Hawaii”

HVAL Members Art Show

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Harvey Kimmelman, oil painting, “The Mill Pond Series 1”
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass.— The Housatonic Valley Art League (HVAL), one of the area's oldest and largest non-profit art organizations, is having its Members End-of-Year Art Show online from Nov. 15 through Jan. 3, 2021.
HVAL held its Juried Art show online back in July, and since the health concerns have not changed, the Members show can only be seen on HVAL's website
The artist members of the Housatonic Valley Art League mostly reside in the Berkshires, nearby New York State, and Connecticut, but because of the popularity of their shows, the membership has spread across America and even as far away as France. 73 recent original artworks, by 26 artists, are in the show including oils, acrylics, watercolors, photography, and mixed media..
The show is timed to capitalize on the holiday season as all the artwork is for sale. 

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