Long time Rockland resident and artist, Dorothy Hammer, is being featured on the walls of Piano Mill beginning the weekend of October 20th and 21st. The 89-year young Dorothy is self-taught, but has also taught others over the years in a variety of different subjects. Known to many has “Hammerhead”, Dorothy has embraced this designation from many of her former driver’s educations students, a class she taught for 25 years in partnership with Rockland Public Schools. Her artwork reflects the same spirit and diversity as her life and the collection boasts dozens of pieces created over the past 6 decades. Dorothy will be on- hand during the kick-off weekend to represent her work and speak with attendees, offering for sale many paintings and reserving other pieces for ‘the right buyer’. Piano Mill is delighted to share both Dorothy and her paintings with the community. The collection can be viewed during regular retail business hours.
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