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Monday, May 7, 2012

Plainfielder Gerry Heydt among artists at Morristown mansion showcase


Heydt is known for her landscapes (above, 'The Looking Glass').
Plainfielder Gerry Heydt is among the artists whose works are displayed as part of the Maiden in May Showcase House sponsored by the Women's Association of the Morristown Medical Center during the month of May (see more here). Gerry, known for her landscapes and floral paintings, will be featured with other artists in the space designed by Studio 7 Gallery.

This year's showcase house is 'Glynallyn', a 30,000 square foot Tudor landmark where sixty designers have remade the mansion and its gardens to delight the public. Your ticket will get you entry for the whole month and includes access to the Castle Cafe for dining and the showcase gift shop. An interactive floor plan and grounds layout (see here) displays 'before' pictures of each designer space when the space number is clicked.

The showcase benefits a new in-patient hospice facility at the Morristown Medical Center.

Tickets may be bought online, at the site or at various retail locations. The website has instructions on where to park. 




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