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Watrous will carry on family’s passion for art at 63rd Stockade Villagers Show

Peter Watrous works on a canvas in his home in Duanesburg. Watrous won first prize at last year’s show.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Peter Watrous works on a canvas in his home in Duanesburg. Watrous won first prize at last year’s show.
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Peter Watrous was only 6 years old when the first Stockade Villagers Outdoor Art Show was held in Schenectady. That was back in 1951, when an art teacher and his students hung their paintings on the fence around the statue of Lawrence the Indian. But Saturday morning, when Watrous sets up his artwork near the Indian for the 63rd Stockade show, he’ll be continuing a family tradition that stretches back more than half a century. ...


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