RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph library announced a new highlight, a Waterwall Gallery. They will display artwork of a different local artist each month. The inaugural display presented the paintings of Mike Dziomba. Stop in to enjoy his beautiful paintings. December's artist is Karen Tighe.
Randolph Library's New Waterwall Gallery
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By EILEEN RUSSICKJune 21, 2018
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