Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. From left are Essex Elementary School kindergarteners Avery Dott, Thomas Williams and Becca Briggs. They were busy creating art using just paint, water and gravity at a table presented by artist Kathleen McHugh of Essex during the fourth annual Messy Art Night at the school on Friday evening. The home and museum has over 148 boxes on site and there is a special tour just of the boxes when the museum is open. The Essex Elementary School PTO sponsored Messy Art Night, which featured about 14 local artists and the staffs of Art Haven, Cogswell Grant and the Essex Shipbuilding Museum.
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