In the Gallery...
Join us in welcoming some vary talented New Hampshire artists showcase their interpretation of the transformation of a forest. A forest is a divine work of art in and of itself. Through the eyes of an artist it is transformed into another immortal work of art.
"It's not about what it is, it's about what it can become"
|Chakra Banner by Angie Follensbee-Hall|
Carolyn Kemp of Word Weavers Ink brings her birch bark vessels, jewelry, baskets and nature inspired watercolor paintings.
"The woven basket is a vessel that carries the sustenance of life forward. In its creation the weaver experiences a timeless unity of form, function, and culture with all the splendor of limitless patterning, color, textures and design. "
Birdie Britton of Waterville Valley brings to us her whimsical twig sculptures inspired by old snags. To Birdie "Trees matter. They root deeply in the earth and reach their limbs to the sky and move with the wind. They link branches with their neighbors or stand alone. They have histories and personalities, proclivities and idiosyncrasies. In short, trees possess character. There's something there you can get to know and perhaps love. Doesn't everyone have a favorite tree?"
|Horse Blue by Birdie Britton|
Annette Mitchell and Maryellen Sakura both bring their inspirational printmaking skills showcasing their talents in solar printing and Annette's famous foam printing.
Cheryl Johnson's watercolor paintings of old wooden structures tell the story of their long history in the details of her work.
|Suncatcher by Cheryl Johnson|
This show is truly inspirational!
Show dates: September 8 - October 27, 2012
Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 - 5:00pm
Gallery Reception: Saturday October 6, 2012 6:30pm - 8:30pm