Artists play violins as canvas for music festival

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Artists play violins as canvas for music festival

Elizabeth Kinahan, seen at Studio &, created her violin “Moosic to My Steers” or “Don’t Fence Me In” as part of the Violins and Vino fundraiser for Music in the Mountains. Her violin was selected as the prizewinner from 12 violins created by local artists.
The scene on the back Elizabeth Kinahan’s violin is as detailed as the front. Her violin will be auctioned off this summer during Music in the Mountains’ Pops Night.

Artists play violins as canvas for music festival

Elizabeth Kinahan, seen at Studio &, created her violin “Moosic to My Steers” or “Don’t Fence Me In” as part of the Violins and Vino fundraiser for Music in the Mountains. Her violin was selected as the prizewinner from 12 violins created by local artists.
The scene on the back Elizabeth Kinahan’s violin is as detailed as the front. Her violin will be auctioned off this summer during Music in the Mountains’ Pops Night.
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