The New Hampshire Art Association presents the works of Heather C. Park-Hanlon in the exhibition, Objects of My Affection – an exhibition of both 2-D and 3-D works. NHAA will host an opening reception for this show on September 28th from 5-8pm in the Robert Lincoln Levy gallery at 136 State Street, Portsmouth, NH. Park-Hanlon reflects the ideas of mass culture with her ethereal drawings and installations.
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Home, School, and Studio: Women Artists and New Hampshire opens at New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord. This exhibition highlights the Society’s collection of paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints and needlework from female artists of NH. The works of well-known artists such as painting by Adelaide C. Palmer (1851–1928) and needlework by
Margaret Mitchell (1784–1867) will be on display. Visit the Society’s Education page to arrange a gallery tour!
The Guild of Book Workers presents their 2012-14 exhibition of artists’ books with their juried exhibition, Horizon.
Visit their website to see the works of current exhibitors here: Exhibitors.
The Guild of Book Workers was established in 1906 and “…gathered together practitioners and fans in all of the book arts including bookbinding, hand papermaking, printing, calligraphy, marbling, conservation and restoration of older materials, and more recently, artists’ books. In 2012 membership includes 915 members from the U.S. and abroad.” Enjoy!
Are you looking for exhibition opportunities? Would you like to be featured alongside other emerging artists online? Check out The Art Guide a national art directory for artists, museums, art exhibitions and more. Visit their comprehensive Call for Entries page for a listing of national exhibition opportunities, or become a ‘featured artist‘ by registering for free with The Art Guide.
The Eye Gallery located in the Teti Library will open our first student group exhibition this year. NHIA students, Josh Stewart and Anthony Vitukevich have curated a collection of their own illustrations to form Dedicated Boredom; a show of watercolors with pen & ink. The artists write, “….Being dedicated to the tedious journey towards being professional artists for us at points may feel stale and boring. Yet we still put all of our efforts into our work and grow as illustrators using our experiences, technique, and style….” Many of the works in this exhibition are for sale, so please inquire at the main library desk with any sales inquiries. Join us for a lively reception on Friday, September 27th at noon where the artists will be in attendance to answer your questions.
Check out the Teti Library’s latest bookmarks featuring dates and times of our upcoming events. Get yours free while they last!
The Teti Library is pleased to welcome the First Year Experience Class today, September 23rd, 2013!