Gallery extends hours for exhibit and liqueur
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WILMINGTON- Fine silver jeweler Patricia Dorris, of West Dover, and Boston, has returned to show her work at the Ann Coleman Gallery: A Collective Artists’ Space, located at 7 North Main Street. Dorris had been with the Gallery up until the the time it all washed down the river in Tropical Storm Irene August 2011. She went back to her jeweler’s bench and her love of jewelry design still flows.

Many of the ideas that she gets for her jewelry are based in nature, particularly how things move. Dorris’ materials vary from river rocks and beach stones to fragments of stained glass. Her objective is blending all of the components of a piece so that it functions as one cohesive piece of wearable art. Her taste for design is simple yet sophisticated.

In her other life, Dorris is an acupuncturist and herbalist with practices in Cambridge and Melrose, MA, treating the occasional patient in West Dover. Additionally, she teaches skiing at Mount Snow.

The gallery will have extended hours Friday, September 20, for the Village Stroll. Ed Metcalfe will be pouring samples of Vermont Maple Cream Liqueur, from 5 to 8 pm.

Regular Gallery hours are 10 am to 5 pm every day. Fridays and Saturday until 6 pm, closed Wednesdays. For more information call (802) 379-4305 or visit
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