Jan 22 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 22 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 23 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 23 – Feb 9 all-day SNHU's McIninch Art Gallery
The McIninch Art Gallery presents Matt Brackett: Bitter Chill. There will be an opening reception and artist talk on Thursday, January 23 at 5 p.m. The exhibition is free and open to the public. In this exhibition, artist Matt Brackett combines paintings of ice-locked landscapes and hand lettered quotations of leaders, philosophers and activists from America’s past in order to...
Jan 23 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 23 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”
Jan 24 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 24 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 24 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 24 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”
Jan 25 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 25 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”
Jan 25 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Exeter Town Hall Gallery
The 21st Annual New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists (NHSPA) Member Exhibit and Sale will be held Jan. 5-Feb. 2, 2020 at the Exeter Town Hall Gallery (Saturdays and Sundays 12-4 p.m.). The opening reception will be held on Sunday, January 5 from 12-4 p.m. Many of the photographers will be attending and available to answer questions about their work....
Jan 26 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”
Jan 26 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm Exeter Town Hall Gallery
The 21st Annual New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists (NHSPA) Member Exhibit and Sale will be held Jan. 5-Feb. 2, 2020 at the Exeter Town Hall Gallery (Saturdays and Sundays 12-4 p.m.). The opening reception will be held on Sunday, January 5 from 12-4 p.m. Many of the photographers will be attending and available to answer questions about their work....
Jan 27 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 27 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 27 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 28 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 28 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 28 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 29 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 29 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 29 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 29 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”
Jan 30 all-day Crumpacker Gallery at St. Paul's School
The winter term show at the Crumpacker Gallery is an exploration of color by Portland, Oregon, artist and Gamblin Artists Colors product manager Scott Gellatly. Through landscapes, monotypes, and field studies in oil and gouache, his work demonstrates the importance of abstract design in landscape painting. Open to the public most weekdays, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Calling ahead is...
Jan 30 all-day Lamont Gallery
From an excavated comic book to a hand-cut decorative rubber tire, the works in “Cut Up/Cut Out” use historic techniques of paper cutting to reflect contemporary concerns in transformative ways. Cut paper art practices span the globe from kamikiri, the cut paper performance art of Japan, to the elaborate papel picado of Mexico. “Cut Up/Cut Out” features over 50 artists...
Jan 30 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm NH Furniture Masters' Gallery
The Furniture Masters present “Leadership at Work: Works of the NH Furniture Masters’ Chairmen,” the latest exhibition at their gallery. As the Furniture Masters celebrate their 25th Anniversary in 2020, they are taking time to reflect and celebrate their growth and accomplishments and honor those who helped them reach this impressive milestone. Over the past 25 years, 10 different furniture...
Jan 30 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm Fry Fine Art
From the picturesque vistas of Mount Washington to the sweeping dunes of Provincetown, artists have painted these peaceful scenes for centuries. In this collection of antique paintings, Morris Hall Pancoast, Alfred Thompson Bricher, Guy Wiggins, and others present their perspective, and with the stroke of a brush were able to “Discover New England.”