Greenmount Station exhibiting nature paintings by columnist

April 27, 1999

Nature paintings by Pat Brodowski, a Hampstead artist who is also a neighborhood columnist for the Carroll County edition of The Sun, are on exhibit through May at Greenmount Station Restaurant.

Eight paintings of scenes in and around Hampstead are on display. All but one, "Woods Road," feature moving water. "Water Music," "Meadow Creek" and "Stepping Stones" were all painted at a small brook in the town.

"Spring Stream" depicts a stream before restoration, and "Last Snowy Day" shows the recently restored stream. "Murphy's Run" is a winter scene. "Beechwoods Brook" shows a stand of beech trees near Bear Branch Nature Center.

Greenmount Station is at 1631 N. Main St., Hampstead. Information: 410-239-0063.

Fires

Manchester: Firefighters responded at 5: 10 p.m. Saturday to a trash fire in the 3200 block of York Street. Units were out 16 minutes.

Manchester: Firefighters responded at 4: 30 p.m. Saturday to a brush fire at Route 27 and Snydersburg Road. Units were out 45 minutes.

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