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Arts, Antiques, and Treasures Event to Benefit MWV Arts Association

Treasure seekers, come find your treasure! Browse arts, antiques, and treasures galore at the Conway Market Place on Friday, May 12th and Saturday, May 13th to benefit the Mt. Washington Valley Arts Association. Discover fabulous art pieces, antiques, and treasures while supporting a local non-profit centered on building a strong arts community in the Valley!

The event will take place Friday and Saturday from 9am to 3pm at the Conway Market Place #50 White Mountain Highway in Unit 7 near Bea’s Café. For more information on the event, call 603-356-2787. For more information about the MWV Arts Association, visit their website at www.mwvarts.org.

mwv arts association.jpgThe MWV Arts Association Mission Statement & Vision

The Mt. Washington Valley Arts Association desires to collaborate with other arts and non-profit organizations to help build the arts community in the Mt. Washington Valley.

The Mt. Washington Valley Arts Association is a community focused non-profit organization which exists to promote the study, appreciation, and display of the visual arts, particularly the art of the Mt. Washington Valley.

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The Cassidy Gallery features Bead Artist Jacqueline Mercer

The Cassidy Gallery will feature Bead Artist Jacqueline Mercer, this Saturday, October 24. Watch an artist at work, enjoy a glass of wine or hot cider and learn about how our outstanding artists create their art

Exhibit from 10 – 4
Meet the Artist/Complimentary wine or cider: 2pm – 4pm

Bead and wire artist Jacqueline Mercer will exhibit and demonstrate her work with beads, stones and knitted silver or copper wire. Jackie’s work has become very popular in the Gallery, ranging from intricate necklaces and bracelets created with semi-precious stones, pearls, crystals and beads, to her ‘Viking Knit’ necklaces of knitted pure silver wire.

Jackie will have many of her designs with her (plus we have a beautiful array of her work already at the Gallery), guaranteed to be a feast for the eyes. So please stop by between 10 – 2 to view her work and see Jackie demonstrating her technique, and remember to join Jackie and the Gallery folks between 2 and 4 for a complimentary glass of wine or cup of hot cider!

Creations of Artist Kirsten Carruth at Snowvillage Inn Opening Reception

 The Snowvillage Inn is pleased to announce that Groton, NH Artist Kirsten Carruth will display her work in Max’s Restaurant and living room of the Inn from April-May 2015. An opening reception will be held Thurs., April 2 from 4-6 pm. The event is free, open to the public and an artisan cheese & cracker appetizer will be provided by the artist.  For more information, please call the Inn at 603-447-2818.

Carruth3For years, Kirsten’s focus was landscape painting inspired by countless hours spent hiking in and around the White Mts.  Kirsten has been commissioned to paint murals in private homes and businesses throughout the state. Her work also includes logo design and sign creation. Some examples may be seen at the Bunyan room, at Loon Mountain, Lago Restaurant in Meredith NH, The Airport Diner in Manchester, Fosters Boiler Room, in Plymouth NH, The Dickey Center, at Dartmouth College, Walters Basin, in Holderness, and the Common Man Merrimack.

Lately, she has taken to rediscovering the artist illustrations of well-known old fairy tales and folklore. She re-works the images and incorporates the story on to reclaimed wooden doors and panels. Although these pieces are child centered, she finds that they have more of an adult connection.  In Kirsten’s words: “The stories remind us of the memories of our own childhood or the images used for the inspirations for the pieces come before a time when these stories were softened and “Disney-fied,” but still retain their dark undertones, underlying lessons and values that parents tried to instill.” The works are one of a kind, and have been painted with everyday household latex paint, and distressed using a stain rub.

Snowvillage Inn is celebrating its second year of spotlighting and supporting local artists. The partnering with artists has been a win-win endeavor. The majority of artists have sold several pieces and the Inn has enjoyed the ever-changing beauty of wonderful art in Max’s Restaurant and the living room. The Snowvillage Inn is located in Eaton Center – 136 Stewart Road (off Brownfield Road), a mile up from Crystal Lake. 603-447-2818. http://www.snowvillageinn.com.

Bridges of Conway Art Display

Throughout the Month of April enjoy the art exhibit, “Bridges of Conway. Presented by the Conway 250th Anniversary Celebrations Committee, this is an open exhibit of vintage and contemporary images of the iconic bridges. Art will be showcased in the Ham Room at the Conway Public Library. Entry in this exhibit is open to the public. Paintings, drawings, photos, etc. from private collections as well as resent work will be exhibited. Some will be available for purchase.

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Wholesale Klezmer is coming to Tamworth!

Arts Council of Tamworth is excited to present The Wholesale Klezmer Band, live at The Barnstormers Theatre in Tamworth, NH at 7:30 PM on Friday, November 14, 2014, and in residency in Tamworth from November 12-14. If you’re not familiar with this rousing traditional music of Eastern Europe, with old roots in Romanian music and newer connections to American jazz, you are in for a treat. If you are, you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to see Klezmer in the North Country. For over 30 years, from Carnegie Hall to Tamworth, Wholesale Klezmer has been entertaining and educating lucky listeners. They’ve been called “Wonderfully entertaining and moving,” and “A New England Treasure.” The Saratoga County Arts Council called one of their performances “An unforgettable evening of comedy and drama and joy and sorrow.” “Their upbeat, danceable, festive music made it hard for me to sit still,” said an audience member at another concert.

The band members of Wholesale Klezmer have musical roots as deep and wide as Klezmer itself. Band leader Yosl Kurland took up violin in the second grade in the Bronx, and played only classical music for years. Then he discovered Pete Seeger and the guitar, Eastern European music and folk dancing, and more. At 40 he learned to speak and then teach Yiddish. Multi-instrumentalist David Tasgal played in everything from string quartets and symphony orchestras to jazz ensembles and rock groups before joining Wholesale Klezmer. In addition to Klezmer music, trombonist Brian Bender plays jazz and reggae, rhythm and blues, Latin, Celtic and Brazilian music. Christina Crowder, the band’s newest member, trained in classical piano before taking up the accordion. She is a founding member of the Budapest-based Yiddish music ensemble Di Naye Kapelye, and has worked intensively in Romania researching Jewish music there. She also plays old-time music on banjo and fiddle, and finds a strong connection between the Appalachian and Klezmer traditions. Flautist and vocalist Peggy Davis’s first encounter with native singers of Yiddish music was when she worked with Russian immigrants in Italy. She also has a background in Balkan and Russian folk music. Bassist Michael Suter has also played with diverse ensembles—funk/rock, African, Middle Eastern, a Sun Ra tribute band… “Klezmer deeply touches my roots…,” he says, echoing other band members’ sentiments, “and gives me a real sense of positive connection to my European heritage — something which is valuable and healing.”

Tickets for the Friday evening performance are on sale now at tinyurl.com/wholesale2014. Choose Your Own Ticket Price, $5 to $30+ for adults, $0 to $5+ for youth to 18. Ticket revenues help support ACT’s Art Connects Us artist residencies in school and community—please invite your friends!

The public has several other opportunities to play and dance with and learn from Wholesale Klezmer band members. You’re invited to the Tamworth Lyceum in Tamworth on Wednesday evening, November 12, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for a workshop in traditional Yiddish song with Yosl Kurland. The workshop is free and open to all ages; no experience necessary. Donations are always welcome in support of our work in school and community. On Thursday, November 13, from 4:30-5:30 PM, bring your instrument the Brett School to learn about Instrumental Klezmer music with Brian Bender. Then stay and put your learning to use: ACT is collaborating with the K. A. Brett Health and Wellness Committee for their 8th Annual Harvest Dinner & Dance. Wholesale Klezmer band members will join the members of the CaravanBand, Tom Chiappisi, Anne Krom, Siena Kaplan & Allie Thompson for an evening of traditional contra dances AND traditional Yiddish dances. Dinner begins at 5:30—beans, stews, apple crisp and bread are provided, potluck salads and sides are welcome—and dancing at 6:30. This event is also free; donations are welcome. Singers and musicians who would also like to be involved in one or two numbers during the Friday evening performance can contact act@artstamworth.org for details.

The Wholesale Klezmer residency is sponsored by generous business sponsors The Other Store and BEAM Construction Associates, Inc., and is funded in part by the New England States Touring program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts Regional Touring Program and the six New England state arts agencies, with support from the K. A. Brett School, the Tamworth Foundation, the Tamworth PTA, and from media sponsors The Conway Daily Sun, 93.5 WMWV and Magic104FM.

Art Beat with MWV Arts Association!

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July 2014
see, learn, and connect with the visual arts
With the MWV Arts Association!

Contact Us

P. O. Box 1603
North Conway, NH 03860

Offices:
16 Norcross Place
(Lower Level)
North Conway Village, NH
http://www.mwvarts.org

Phone: 603.356.2787

 

 Office Hours:

Thursday,

Friday and Saturday

10 am – 3 pm 

 

 

 

Masonic Breakfast Fundraiser on Sunday, July 20, 8-11 a.m.

Please join us at the North Conway Masonic Lodge (upstairs from the old movie theater) for this event to support the MWVAA.

 

Welcome to Katie Landry and Debbie McDougall

The MWVAA welcomes our new bookkeeper, Katie Landry, and our new administrative assistant, Debbie McDougall. Debbie will be in the office on Thursdays from 10-3. Stop in and say hello!

 

Poster for Current Exhibit: “Red”

Click here for the poster for our current exhibit: “Red” Poster.

You can help us advertise this show by distributing the poster in your area and/or sending it to your contacts.

 

Madison Historic Barn Show and Sale

The Madison Historic Barn Show and Sale, which included several juried MWVAA artists and Friday painters, generated over $2800 in art sales and much interest in the barn lecture and tour.  The exhibit of remaining work continues at the Madison Library during regular hours through August 10.

 

Fall Classes Announced:

 

Pastels – Beginners Bootcamp

Len Austin

3 days (September 9, 10, 11)

9:00 to 2:00

 

This beginner’s Pastel class will cover the various materials and how to use them.  The importance of underpaintings and other techniques used by pastel artists will be explained.  Composition and values will be covered.  A step by step approach to painting with pastels will be demonstrated while primarily concentrating on landscapes.

Members $150; Non-Members $180

 

Watercolor for the Absolute Beginner – Part 1

Sharon Soule

6 weeks (September 17-October 22)

Wednesdays, 10am – noon

Class size 8

 

Do you have limited or no watercolor experience?  Come learn the basics of this expressive medium.  At the first class, we will discuss the materials you will need.  Then, students will learn and practice basic watercolor techniques and painting principles with a different project each week.  Materials list provided at opening class (Materials cost less than $100).

Members $120; Non-Members $145

 

Art in the Park

As of July 10th, there were still 2 spaces left for Art in the Park.

 

Affordable Art Show in November/December:

This year, the Affordable Art Show will be held for 2 months (November and December) at both the Downstairs Gallery and the Met. All work must be priced at $250 or less. Registration forms will be available later in the year.

 

New “Permanent 3-D and Fine Crafts Exhibit Program”

As announced last month, the MWVAA is offering juried member artists the opportunity to display 3-dimensional art and fine crafts on an ongoing basis. Click here for more information and a registration form: 3-D and Fine Crafts Registration

 

Update on Recent Shows:

Congratulations to Karen Brisbois and Sue Fortier who sold original artwork during the “Green” Show.

 

Congratulations to Peter Abate

Peter Abate was recognized at a celebratory party for hanging his 100th art show at the Gafney Library. Congratulations, Peter.

 

MWVAA Juried Member Artists Exhibiting Elsewhere:

Gafney Library: Peter Abate, Sarah Charles, Joyce Desmaris,

     J.P. Goodwin, Josef Keller, Elaine Klement,

     Heather MacLeod, Frank McLaughlin (June & July)

Madison Library: Various artists exhibiting during the Madison

     Barns event (thru August 10)

M&D Productions: Sue Fortier (July/August)

Sue Fortier: New Hampshire Art Association’s Open Juried

     Exhibition at the Sheafe Warehouse at Prescott Park,

     Portsmouth, NH (thru August 24)

 

Gallery Group Shows featuring MWVAA Juried Member Artists

Cassidy Art Gallery at Jackson Village, Jackson, NH 

Gallery 302, Bridgeton, ME 

Garvin Gallery five, Sanbornville, NH: Peter Abate (thru Dec.)

Group 8 Gallery, Jackson, NH

Sandwich Home Industries, Sandwich, NH

 

MWVAA Upcoming Events:

July 20 (Sunday):   Masonic Breakfast

August 9: Art in the Park

September/October Show: “Gold”

November/December Show: “6th Annual Affordable Art”

November 6: Bernerhof Exhibit Opening

November: Annual Meeting (date TBD)

 

Art Classes and Events with Jackson Art Studio and Gallery!

Join Jackson Art Studi0 & Gallery for their upcoming classes, including their Sip and Paint classes for everyone from beginners to advanced artists!

Scroll down for NEW CLASSES!

MAY SIP & PAINT CLASSES! ALSO….

 Art Camp, Fashion Camp, Teen Class & Adult Workshop

 

 

ART CAMP FOR KIDS

(5 full or half days)   

with Melanie Levitt & Assistant  
Ages 6-12 yrs.  

This camp is for the kid who loves art and wants to create! Students will work on numerous projects each day and be exposed to a variety of materials and techniques. Space is limited and only high quality art materials are used. Projects include: clay nature impressions, Van Gough inspired Mt Washington paintings,  watercolor monoprints, mosaics, mixed media collage, nature drawing, recycled robots, paper mache, nature drawing, t-shirt designs, art History & more. Please pack a lunch & white t-shirt.   SPACE LIMITED! 

  

July 21-25  

$20 off for full day camp if you register by may 7
Full days: $345  9am-3pm  
Half days: $185  9am-12pm 

  

Aug 12-14
(3 full days only)  $225  9am-3pm   

  

  

  

  

  

Fashion Camp for Teens & Tweens!

(5 full days) 

With Rebecca Klementovich & Melanie Levitt, Ages 10-16yrs
This camp is for kids who love fashion and want to learn how the fashion industry works. Students will work on numerous projects each day including creating inspiration boards, developing a color palette, sketching fashion designs, creating technical flats, developing a brand/logo, working on a t-shirt design, doing a hand sewing project and more. One of their final projects will be to study Coco Chanel and then translate her work into their own fashion sketch.  Space is limited to allow for lots of individual attention. Please pack a lunch and snacks. All supplies included.  

Mon-Fri.,  (5 full days) Aug 4-8   9am-3:00pm   $345   

($20 off for early registration by May 7)

  

     

Teen STUDIO Intensive! 

with Melanie Levitt (3 Evening Sessions) 

 In this intensive evening class, students will choose their area of interest from drawing or painting. This class is open to all levels and abilities and is a great class for students who want to be creative and improve their skills.  Students will work at their own pace from still life and photos and learn about sketching, composition, line form & color mixing. Students are responsible for the bulk of their own supplies. For an additional fee of $45, we can provide you with oil painting supplies for the class including use of paints, brushes, palette knife, canvas, palette,  

& turpentine.  (3 SESSIONS) 

Aug 4,5,&6   6-9pm   Ages 13-19  $125


NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

 Fun for the ABSOLUTE BEGINNER to the seasoned artist! Spend an evening of creativity as you twist open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB) and uncork your creativity. Or, come during the day, a great activity for kids & the whole family!
$40 includes supplies

PRIVATE PARTIES  for 10 or more… Pick your own painting!

Birthday Parties, Wedding & Baby Showers,
Corporate Groups, Girls Night Out…. call to inquire 603-387-3463
  call for more information (603) 387-3463

 

NEW MAY SIP & PAINT CLASSES:

Book a private class with your party 

of 10 or more and pick any painting!

NEW! Vase of Flowers

Wednesday, April 30  6pm


NEW! Cabernet
Friday, May 2  6pm

Red Dress

Sunday, May 4   1pm

 

 

 

Pink Tulip
Thursday, May 8  6pm

NEW! Poppy Fields
Saturday, May 10  6pm

NEW! Robin
Sunday, May 11  1pm
(Mothers Day activity! )

NEW! Chardonnay

Tuesday, May 13  6pm

 

 

In Full Bloom

Saturday, May 17  6pm

 

 

 

Modern Sunflower

Thursday, May 22  6pm

 

 

 

NEW! Sunset

Saturday, May 24  6pm

 

 

Mt. Washington with Pines

Sunday, May 25  1pm

 

 

Two Pears

Thursday, May 30  6pm

 

 

 

Beneath the Tide

Saturday, May 31  6pm

 

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MAY AFTER SCHOOL ART FOR KIDS

(kids from Jackson & Bartlett schools can take the bus right to the studio!)

  

NEW! Still Life Painting for Kids

With Joelle Goff (two sessions) 

 

Joelle will lead students through sketching and painting from a still life display. Kids will choose from a number of examples which will be set up in the studio. Instruction will be given in sketching out an exciting composition on paper and then copying it onto canvas. Students will complete one or two acrylic paintings in the two week session using the painting style of their choice! Jackson & Bartlett Students can take the bus right to the studio but must send note to the school.

Mondays, May 5 & 12 

3:45-5:15pm (please pick up promptly at 5:15pm)

$45 includes supplies  Ages 8 and up

 

 

 

 

NEW! Mosaic Garden Balls

 Get ready for spring by creating a mosaic garden ball to decorate your garden.  

We will create a mosaic designed to withstand the summer elements using broken tile, glass beads and other small bits.  The first class will be design and adhering the tiles.The second class will be grouting and final decorating touches. Your creation will be ready to take home the last day.
Bartlett and Jackson students can take the bus right to the studio.

Tuesdays, May 20 & 27 
$55 includes supplies   Ages 8 and up

3:45-5:15pm (please pick up promptly) 

Pack a drink & snack

 

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WEEKEND WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS

 

coming up soon!!

PAINT BIG! ABSTRACT

 

Full day painting workshop with Rebecca Klementovich

 

This workshop will be an exploration of how to paint large on a 18″x 24″ canvas

or larger. We will be working with the influences of Hans Hoffman’s abstract

painting “push and pull theory.” Lots of attention will be given to color mixing

and color relationship to create a dynamic painting. There will be plenty of

support and encouragement because painting large takes a lot of courage!

Oils or Acrylics can be used and a supply list will be emailed upon registration.  Students are responsible for bringing their own supplies or Jackson Art

can provide you with everything you need for a fee of $65.

Saturday , May 3   10am-4pm   $95

 

 

 

From Plein Air to Studio  

with Michael Vermette

Turn your painted studies into large finished paintings…

 

This painting workshop focuses on three proven methods of working inthe studio to make larger and more finished paintings from painted sketches, studies, and photographs made en plein air. The instructor will demonstrate the traditional  “cartoon” tracing method used by famous artists’ who painted from memory to develop value in transferring an image. He will also show how modern painter’s work with photography and the digital camera, painting directly from their laptop and how to use an opaque projector correctly to create accurate proportions as in the original studies painted on site. Students will also learn how to carry over the freshness and excitement of the plein air study in the larger painting by examining when to stop and when a painting is finished. The instructor will demonstrate from a study of his own and make suggestions toward using the right technique, composition, and subject development in creating an effective large painting.  Painters may work in watercolor or oil painting mediums. Michael will also have on hand visual examples to share with the class. This workshop is for anyone who has ever had difficulty making a larger painting from a smaller study or sketch. 

 

Participants are required to bring their own supplies. A supply list will be emailed upon registration.(bring your own lunch or it can be ordered out) Please contact us if you are coming in from out of town and need help with accommodations.

 

Sat., & Sun., May 31 & June 1    9am-5pm     $195

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DO SOMETHING CREATIVE!

 

Jackson Art is located just 2.8 miles North of Storyland off of Rt 16 N.
155 Ridge Rd  Jackson NH (603) 387-3463

http://www.jacksonartnh.com

 

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Art Classes with Jackson Art Studio!

(scroll down for new weekend workshops & kids after school art!)

 

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!

 

Fun for the ABSOLUTE BEGINNER to the seasoned artist! Spend an evening of creativity as you twist open your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB) and uncork your creativity. Or, come during the day, a great activity for kids & the whole family! PRIVATE PARTIES, TOO!

 $40 includes all your supplies

or call for more information (603) 387-3463

 

 

 

 

 

APRIL SIP & PAINT SCHEDULE:

CLASSES APRIL VACATION WEEK!

 

Two Lemons

Wed., April 2  6pm

 

 

 

Wine Bottle

Saturday, April 5  6pm

 

 

 

 

Little Pink Dress

Sunday, April 6  1pm

 

 

 

    

Two Pears

Wednesday, April 9  6pm

 

 

 

 

Tiger Lily

Saturday, April 12  6pm
Sat., April 26  6pm 

 

 

 

 

Mountain Abstraction

Sunday, April 13  1pm

 

 

 

 

Cherry Blossoms

Tuesday, April 15  6pm

 

  

 

 

Matisse Window

Thursday, April 17  6pm

 

 

 

 

 

Pink Tulip

Wednesday, April 19  6pm

 

 

 

 

O’Keefe Poppies

Tuesday, April 22  1pm

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Sunflower

Thursday, April 24  6pm

 

 

 

 

 

Water Lilies

Sunday, April 27  1pm

 

 

 

 

Vase of Flowers

Wednesday, April 30  6pm

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AFTER SCHOOL ART FOR KIDS

(kids from Jackson & Bartlett schools can take the bus right to the studio!)

 

 

Mosaic Fish Plaques 

With Lori Badger (2 sessions)

Create your own mosaic fish design on a wooden plaque using broken tiles, glass beads and other small bits. The first class will be design and adhering the tiles. The second class will be grouting and final decorating.
Bartlett & Jackson students can take the bus right to the studio. 

Mondays, March 31 & April 7   $45 includes supplies Ages 8 and up  

3:45-5:15pm (please pick up promptly at 5:15pm) Pack a drink & snack

 

 

 

Abstract Painting for Kids

With Joelle Goff (two sessions) 

Using acrylic paint and a medium to thicken paint, students will create an abstract landscape. By layering and applying paint in an impasto technique, students will work on their own unique design and build it up in layers. Instruction will be given in color, value and creating texture. If time allows, students will also work on an abstract still life painting. Please pack a drink & snack.

Mondays, April 14 & 28 (no class vacation week) 

3:45-5:15pm (please pick up promptly at 5:15pm)

$45 includes supplies Ages 8 and up

 

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WEEKEND WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS

 

 

PAINT BIG! ABSTRACT

 

Full day painting workshop with Rebecca Klementovich

 

This workshop will be an exploration of how to paint large on a 18″x 24″ canvas

or larger. We will be working with the influences of Hans Hoffman’s abstract

painting “push and pull theory.” Lots of attention will be given to color mixing

and color relationship to create a dynamic painting. There will be plenty of

support and encouragement because painting large takes a lot of courage!

Oils or Acrylics can be used and a supply list will be emailed upon registration.  Students are responsible for bringing their own supplies or Jackson Art

can provide you with everything you need for a fee of $65.

Saturday , May 3   10am-4pm   $95

 

 

 

 

From Plein Air to Studio  

with Michael Vermette

Turn your painted studies into large finished paintings…

 

This painting workshop focuses on three proven methods of working inthe studio to make larger and more finished paintings from painted sketches, studies, and photographs made en plein air. The instructor will demonstrate the traditional  “cartoon” tracing method used by famous artists’ who painted from memory to develop value in transferring an image. He will also show how modern painter’s work with photography and the digital camera, painting directly from their laptop and how to use an opaque projector correctly to create accurate proportions as in the original studies painted on site. Students will also learn how to carry over the freshness and excitement of the plein air study in the larger painting by examining when to stop and when a painting is finished. The instructor will demonstrate from a study of his own and make suggestions toward using the right technique, composition, and subject development in creating an effective large painting.  Painters may work in watercolor or oil painting mediums. Michael will also have on hand visual examples to share with the class. This workshop is for anyone who has ever had difficulty making a larger painting from a smaller study or sketch. 

 

Participants are required to bring their own supplies. A supply list will be emailed upon registration.(bring your own lunch or it can be ordered out) Please contact us if you are coming in from out of town and need help with accommodations.

 

Sat., & Sun., May 31 & June 1    9am-5pm     $195

______________________________________________________________  

 

DO SOMETHING CREATIVE!

 

Jackson Art is located just 2.8 miles North of Storyland off of Rt 16 N.
155 Ridge Rd  Jackson NH (603) 387-3463

 

 

Jackson Art Sip & Paint!

Feb_PosterJackson Art Studio & Gallery is a working studio with artists at work every weekend. We are now offering Sip and Paint classes. For $40 you can paint along with the instructor on a specific painting while sipping wine and listening to great music. All supplies included. No experience necessary. We also have a variety of classes for kids, adults and teens-jewelery design, drawing classes, landscape painting, clay hand building and more. Our gallery features over 20 local artists work including painting, prints, photography, jewelry, glass, pottery, home furnishings, mixed media and more. We are open every weekend from 11-5pm. Stop by and check out our artists at work every weekend…

Opening Reception for Featured Photographer Dave Gorke at the Snowvillage Inn December – January 2014

The Snowvillage Inn is pleased to announce that Local Photographer, Dave Gorke will display his photography at the Inn during December and January. An opening reception for Gorke’s exhibit takes place from 5:30-7 pm on Locals Night, Tuesday, Dec. 10. The event is free and open to the public.

Jackson Falls
Jackson Falls, shot by Photographer, David Gorke

“We are delighted to have Dave’s work here at the Inn,” said Jen Kovach, owner/innkeeper at the Snowvillage Inn. “Dave captures the special beauty and essence of nature in his work. It’s a perfect fit for the Snowvillage Inn.” Gorte’s photographic technique captures images that invoke an emotion in him and he seeks out the ever-changing beauty that nature provides.

The Snowvillage Inn is located in Eaton Center – 136 Stewart Road (off Brownfield Road), a mile up from Crystal Lake. The Snowvillage Inn is owned and operated by Kevin Flynn (who previously owned the Inn from 1994-2005) and Jen Kovach.  They offer a comfortable and beautiful place to get away, relax, and refresh. The Inn is located in Snowville, New Hampshire (just a mile up Brownfield Road from Rt. 153 on Stewart Road and about 7 miles from Conway, NH) For more information about the Snowvillage Inn please go to http://www.snowvillageinn.com. Or call (603) 447-2818.