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Art at the Mill

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11 a.m-5 p.m. daily. , Wednesday June 04 | Free.

Art at the Mill showcases Geno Luketic's clay pottery paired with Kathryn Pitstick's nature prints at historic Bear's Mill. Luketic creates work that is "honest in function and form, with lasting life, quiet strength, and the spirit of clay" and encourages viewers to engage with his art through touch. Pitstick is inspired to work from nature because of the emotion and energy of her surroundings. 



Where: Bear's Mill
Phone: 937-548-5112
Address: 6450 County Highway 34
Website: bearsmill.com

Bear's Mill

6450 County Highway 34
Greenville, Ohio
45331
 
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