New art exhibit to be presented at Northshore Church


“The Friendly Neighborhood,” by Ginger Greenblatt

Two members of the North Shore Arts Association, Ginger Greenblatt and Judy Greulich, will present an exhibit of their works at the Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church throughout April and May. An artists’ reception will be held on Sunday, April 19, from 2 to 5 p.m.

Ginger Greenblatt is a retired nurse who enjoys watercolor and oil painting, and pencil, pen, and charcoal drawing. Recently she has been working in Japanese woodblock printing. “I’ve always admired woodblock prints,” Ginger says, “and it’s a process that now has me hooked.”


“Reverie,” by Judy Greulich

Judy Greulich is a graduate of Montserrat School of Art. The subjects of her oil paintings are varied; they include the New England landscape, garden and still life as well as people in figurative settings and portraiture. Judy remarks, “Painting my subject directly from life is my primary and favorite approach.”

Both artists also work with the Malden Sketch Group and the Reading Art Association, as well as other groups.

The exhibit may be seen before and immediately after the 10:30 a.m. Sunday services, or by appointment by calling the church office.