Kate McGreavy

Kate McGreavy will be displaying her artwork at the Snowvillage Inn and Max’s Restaurant and Pub. (COURTESY PHOTO)

EATON — Snowvillage Inn and Max’s Restaurant and Pub is presenting the artwork of Kate McGreavy throughout the month of February.

McGreavy’s work has been enjoyed by Inn guests and diners beginning in November and she has allowed the inn to continue to share her work through February.

“We are delighted to have Kate’s work at the Inn," said Jen Kovach, owner/innkeeper at the Snowvillage Inn. "Her stunning art is full of color and imagination — we look forward to sharing it with our inn guests and Max’s restaurant patrons. If you missed it in 2019, it’s not too late to stop up for dinner and see her beautiful work."

McGreavy is an intuitive painter living in Midcoast Maine. She uses flowing, bold layers of color, often producing works with an ethereal quality.

For more information about about McGreavy, go to katemcgreavy.com.

In March and April, Wendilee Heath-O’Brien returns to show her art.

Heath-O’Brien is a talented watercolor, pastel, oil and Asian Ink artist whose whopaints Studio and Gallery is located in Winter Harbor, Maine. As an artist, her vision is clear with diverse media and styles that are grown from Quaker practices and convey a deep reverence for nature.

The Snowvillage Inn is located in Eaton Center at 136 Stewart Road (off Brownfield Road), a mile up from Crystal Lake.

For more information, call (603) 447-2818 or go to snowvillageinn.com.

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