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Necee Regis for the Boston Globe
A drawer full of letters at PRESS, a hybrid teaching and gallery space for letterpress printing in North Adams.
Jarvis Rockwell, son of Norman Rockwell, stood next to an early self-portrait that hangs in his studio on Main Street.
Martha Flood in her combined studio and fabric gallery on Eagle Street.
Melanie Mowinski stood near the fully automated Vandercook press, at PRESS.
Elegant folded screen sculptures by local artist Richard Harrington were displayed at Hudson's, near Mass MoCA.
Jane Hudson pointed to paintings by Karl Mullen, on display at Hudson's.
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