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Lydia Pinkham Building hosts an open studio

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Greg Affsa and Brianna Bonfiglio of Cherry Valley, Mass., check out Cutting Edge Boston's lasercutting demonstration during the Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Open studios

Michael Stankiewicz of Marblehead, left and Richard King of Swampscott discuss King's art during the Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Open studios

Richard King of Swampscott, left, and Michael Stankiewicz of Marblehead discuss King's art during the Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

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Deb Dancewicz of Lynn speaks with Roulez Cycles owner Jay Borden of Boston during the Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

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Jay Borden of Boston, owner of Roulez Cycles shows off a custom frame that he is working on.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

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Joe Palczynski of Saugus looks at paintings done by John Maciejowski during the Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Peter Gram sets up his pottery shop for Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

Peter Gram sets up his pottery shop for Lydia Pinkham Open Studios on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser R. Hasak)

Open studios

Gordon Trainor, the manager of the Lydia Pinkham Building demonstrates the buildings old elevators for Tracie Hines of Lyn, left, and Jen Finnegan of Marblehead.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

Open studios

The Lydia Pinkham Building hosted an open studio on Saturday.

(Photo by Spenser Hasak)

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