Color of Koi at Millbrook School

Philip Balshi stood with one of his colorful images at the Millbrook School’s Hamilton Science Center Gallery. The exhibit contains photographs of the koi, fish known as “living jewels.” Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — The Hamilton Science Center Gallery at Millbrook School was the site of a reception for the opening of The Color of Koi, a collection of fine art prints from Millbrook’s Philip Balshi. It was hosted by Balshi and his wife, Pamela Scott. 

The Saturday, Sept. 15, reception was a celebration of color, of fluid motion caught in a moment and of sheer artistry from the celebrated photographer.

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