From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Dozens of his late wife’s paintings crowd the pale yellow walls of Robert Seide’s home.
“We’d be driving somewhere, and she’d say, ‘Pull over!’” Seide recalled, of his wife’s eye for art-worthy scenery. ”‘I want to take a photo to paint later.’”
The canvases, covered in flowers, landscapes and geometric patterns, are packed end to end with color. One, painted after the shattering 2017 diagnosis of late-stage pancreatic cancer, shows a dark, swirling scene beneath the cheerful flowers she painted over afterward.
“She loved infusing art into every aspect of her life,” daughter Laura Seide Bishop said. “She always had an eye for color and design, even when she wasn’t painting.”Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
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