Hundreds flock to Greeley Park for 64th NAAA show

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Artist Erika Carullo works in some detail on a piece she created during Sunday's second day of the annual Nashua Area Artists Association's 64th Greeley Park Art Show. The show attracted more than 1,000 visitors over its two days.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Alec Smolsky, 13, makes his way past the large, bold portraits by Londonderry artist Michael James Toomy, one of nearly 70 exhibitors who took part in the Nashua Area Artists Association's 64th Greeley Park Art Show over the weekend.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Visitors to Sunday's second day of the Nashua Area Artists Association's 64th annual Greeley Park Art Show pause to take in a puppet show, one of several performed by puppeteers with Teresa Moler's Blue String Marionettes.

NASHUA – A noticeable breeze and slightly lower humidity Sunday made for a fine day of viewing the work of some of the region’s top artists on the grounds of one of the top public parks around.

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