We attended a gallery showing of local artists (from the Rochester Institute of Technology) in the digital medium. The gallery occupies most of the second floor of The Lower Mill; an historic converted operating grain mill, constructed of massive blocks of local stone and mortised and pegged beams of wood, which is interesting in itself. The first floor contains a great restaurant and bar. The Mill Art Center and Gallery rotates exhibitions of regional art, rents exhibition space, and also offers art classes for ages 4 through adult (pre-school and after-school, teen and adult day / evening, drawing and painting, figure and portrait study, home school programs, and summer art day camps). We were able to examine art in many mediums; painting, drawing, photography, glass, ceramics to name a few. Worth an hour of browsing, followed by a leisurely hour of dining downstairs.
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