Tia Zeigler poses next to her portrait painted by Alice E. Waite at last month’s opening reception for “Midsummer Dream.” The art exhibit has been extended to this weekend, with two receptions. Courtesy of A.E. Waite WATERTOWN — The “Midsummer Dream” art exhibit, which had a two-day reception last month and hours by appointment, has been extended.
“Midsummer Dream,” featuring the works of nine artists, opened Aug. 15 and 16 at the Mundy Street home of artist Alice Elisabeth Waite. Due to the pandemic, guests had to sign up for time slots to view the art collection while socially distanced.