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A new show of work by Pamela Peeters, with images from her voyage last summer to Greenland, is on display at Sharon Town Hall. Photo by Pamela Peeters

‘50 Shades of Blue’ in Sharon

The art shows at the town hall in Sharon, Conn., curated by Zelina Blagden, have returned.

The new show, now on display, features photographs by Pamela Peeters, who describes herself as “an environmental economist and sustainability strategist, also writer, producer and artist. My main mantra is to ‘inspire the World to do good to Mother Earth’ — and she needs it more than ever.”

The show in Sharon is called “50 Shades of Blue” and features work created while Peeters was on an Ice Safari in Ilulissat, Greenland, in June 2021.

The show will remain up at Town Hall until Jan. 6. Peeters has also written a graphic novel for children called “Eco Hero & Dr. Narwhal,” which is for sale at the Sharon Pharmacy.

Learn more at www.myelementsdeck.com and www.pamelapeeters.com.

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