Art and concert delight all ages

From left, Rob Murphy on the violin, Daniel Frankhuzen on the cello and Kiernan Kurtz, 5, with Philippe Treuille on the piano chatted after a performance at the Millbrook Library on Saturday, Jan. 5. Asked Kurtz, “Can we dance?” Photo by Judith O’Hara Balfe

MILLBROOK — Blue cats, dog trains and mouse helicopters adorn the walls of the Millbrook Library — whimsical, imaginative and colorful art works by Philippe Treuille.

The Millbrook Library held a champagne reception for the opening of Treuille’s exhibit on the evening of Friday, Jan. 4. More than 60 people attended, perusing the exhibit, admiring the fantastical work and meeting with the artist.

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