Albright still lifes exhibited at Town Hall

Artist Judy Albright, above, and “Window at Bel Meadow,” right, pastel painting exhibited at Town Hall. Photo by Asher Pavel

SHARON — Someone once said, “If you want to get something done, give it to a busy person to do.” Sharon resident and artist Judy Albright is just such a person.

In addition to running a specialized interior design business, Home Potential-Interior Design; teaching painting; volunteering at her church, the Sharon Women’s Club and the Sharon Historical Society; Albright finds time to take art classes and paint still life studies in pastels.

This month, until July 31, 28 pieces of her work are on display in the gallery on the main floor at Town Hall.

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