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Artists' Weekend at The Fells

Date/Time

Jul 18, 2015 to Jul 19, 2015
10:00 AM

Description

Discover the natural beauty and gardens of The Fells through the eyes of prominent New England artists as they create en plein air. Visitors are invited to observe artists interpret the landscape and watch as their paintings come to life. Discuss their individual techniques and learn what inspires them. Select artists demonstrate special artistry methods.

For children, there is a special art table where they create their own works of art to take home.

Sunday culminates with a 3 p.m. reception of tea and treats; an exhibit of the weekend’s paintings; and a wet paint sale. Note that Sunday’s reception is free to all beginning at 3 p.m. and that paintings may be purchased off the easel anytime on Saturday or Sunday. Members free, nonmembers pay Fells Site Admission.

Cost

Members free, nonmembers pay site admission. Sunday reception at 3pm free to all

Location

View map The Fells HIstoric Estate & Gardens
456 Rt. 103A
Newbury, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens

Phone

(603) 938-5800

Contact email

debbie@beyond-design.net

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