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January 23, 2013

Helping at The Hive

Artist donates teaching time

Rockport artist Ken Knowles, an American Impressionist who has been painting in oils for more than 25 years, has been teaching an intermediate to advanced oil painting class at The Hive on Pleasant Street in Gloucester.

Knowles, president of the North Shore Arts Association, donates his time to support the Hive, a nonprofit collective that fosters the arts on Cape Ann.

Artists at The Hive show and sell their works at Art Haven, 180 Main St. in Gloucester. A portion of the proceeds goes to Art Haven, a nonprofit group that promotes creativity and the arts on Cape Ann.

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