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artwork and to learn about the artist who created each painting. Calendars may be purchased by contacting us here.
"Site of Town Meeting House, First Parish in Milton, Unitarian, 1787". Watercolor by Judith Phakos. “This scene caught my eye 
as an example of early American harmony.” Judith graduated from MassArt, worked for 55 years as a greeting card designer, 
and has lived in Milton since  2001."Blizzard of 2005, Milton", oil by Elaine Schaffner. "After a record snowfall, I threw open a window,
 set up my easel and painted our magical backyard view." Elaine drew oftern as a child on her 
Iowa farm. She worked in commercial art for many years, but always retained her love of painting.Pine Tree Brook, watercolor by Elva Proctor ."For years I have enjoyed the view of Pine Tree Brook 
from the bridge on School Street.”  At 95, Elva is Milton’s oldest active artist, painting for over 
60 years. Her artwork has won many awards. She sells her artwork at most Farmers’ Markets. "Cunningham Barn after the Snow", pastel by Laurinda O’Connor. “Cunningham Park is one of my favorite places; the woods 
and old barn come to life when the sun rises over the trees.” Laurinda freelance graphic designer, teacher and artist. She
 exhibits in greater Boston and the South Shore."Flood, Walter Baker Chocolate Factory", watercolor by Mary Callahan. "I am attracted to bridges over rushing water and the 
historical significance of the Neponset River and the Walter Baker mills.” Mary has been painting for over 30 years and is a 
member of many art organizations. "Turner’s Pond and Spring Trees in Blossom", oil by Beth Neville. "I live a few blocks from Turner’s Pond. Often I feel I am in 
remote woods and I am reminded of my parent’s 125 acres of orchards." Beth began drawing at a very early age. She has run
 Neville Art Enterprises since 1964."Milton Garden Flowers", oil by Rose Gates. “I love to garden and these blue hydrangeas, orange begonias and pink impatiens
 are in my garden.” Rose is self-taught, painting for 20 years in different styles. She uses media and challenges the eye with
 joyful color and strong design. "Milton’s Farmers’ Market Day, Neponset River Bank", watercolor by Janet Christensen. “The colorful scene of produce,
 farmers and tents attracted me, with the Yacht Club and Neponset River in the background." Janet is self-taught, and painting
 has become a welcome hobby.  "Vegetables in Milton Farmers’ Market", watercolor by Patrick Heffron.“I was attracted to the baskets of vegetables on my
 first visit with my twin sons, age 5, to explore ‘real veggies’.” The Heffrons have lived in Milton 6 years. Patrick paints when 
he is not with his sons or at his job in IT."Neponset River Marsh", oil by Erin Donnellen. “I enjoy the Neponset marsh because it is so unexpected, with 93 on one side
 and its different colors of water and marsh." Erin has been a graphic designer for over 15 years and splits her time between
 landscape painting and design.  
"Painted Lady", watercolor by Miriam Wotiz. “I love the spectacular fall color in the Blue
Hills. I sketched this tree on site and completed it in my studio.” Miriam’s watercolors
 are sought after by collectors. Among her honors, she is listed in “Artists of New England.”  "Milton Recycling Day", oil by Abby Zonies. “On a cold day, this unexpected vignette of recycle items spoke to me.”  Abby has
 lived in Milton 21 years. She teaches painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Milton Adult Ed Program. Her 
work has been shown extensively in New England."Neponset Brook", oil by Susan Hoy. “I like the peacefulness and beauty of Cunningham Park after it snows. The linear play
 between trees, shadows and reflections inspire me." Sue is a graphic designer, teacher and painter with a BFA from UMass.
 She exhibits frequently in the greater Boston area.