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Lynn: Artists in the Lydia Pinkham Building open their studios to the public on the weekend of Nov. 17-18

Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-5-18. Tim Hansen of Digs will be on hand during the Open Studios on November 17 & 18 at the Lydia Pinkham Building on Western AVe.

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Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-5-18. Dave Pfaltzgraff of Knotty Turn custom woodworking is one of the artists who will be around during the open studios on November 17 & 18 at the Lydia Pinkham Building on Western AVe.

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Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-5-18. Kirsten Bassion of the Clay School will be one of the artists on hand at the Open Studios at the Lydia Pinkham Building on November 17 & 18 on Western Ave.

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Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-15-18. Kristen Bassion, standing, and Kim Allison, sitting, both potters in the Lydia Pinkham building and both will be on hand for the Open Studios on November 17 & 18 at the Lydia Pinkham Building on Western Ave.

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Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-5-18. Peter Kelley of Massmordern will talk about these two pieces of furniture the 1955 Frank Llyod Wright dresser and the 1920s Eliel Saarinen chair at the Open Studios on Novemer 17 & 18 at the Lydia Pinkham Building on Western Ave.

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Lydia Pinkham Building artists will open their studio to the public on Nov. 17-18

Lynn, Ma. 11-5-18. Tim Hansen of Digs will be on hand at the Open Studios onn November 17 &18 at the Lydia Pinkham Building on Western Ave.

(Photo by Owen O'Rourke)

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LYNN — When the artists in the Lydia Pinkham Building open their studios to the public the weekend of November 17-18, it will give visitors the opportunity to shop local, shop small, and support the arts. This is the 13th consecutive year for the Open Studios event, and it’s become a must-attend happening for area…

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