Being an artist is a perfect fit for William Accorsi

March 24, 2014, BY TRISH CRAPO for The Greenfield Recorder.
One morning not long ago, two artists bent over a scroll saw, one of them carefully guiding a piece of thin plywood around the moving blade, intent on bringing a drawing to life — or at least, into another dimension.The two were William Accorsi, now of New Salem but a well-known name in the New York arts scene since the 1960s, and Nina Rossi, who runs Nina’s Nook on Avenue A and brings a wide array of contemporary art — both her own and the work of other artists — to Turners Falls on a monthly basis.

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