Visual Arts

Memorial reception today for artist Patti Cramer

Patti Cramer passed away two weeks ago -- but she leaves a host of friends and fans of her work. And she leaves behind many, many paintings and drawings in private collections across the country.

Two dozen of those pieces will be on display at Dazzle, 930 Lincoln Street, for the next two weeks. And today from 4 to 7 p.m., Cramer's friends and fans will gather to raise a glass and toast a life very artfully lived.

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