At Norwell studio, artists delve into 18th-century Poland
On a recent Saturday morning, a team of painters gathered in a large barn-like building in Norwell. Called “Art Mountain,” the Handshouse studio is next door to the 17th-century farmhouse that is home to Laura and Rick Brown, the masterminds behind the Gwozdziec synagogue project.
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