Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Betsy Gammons, a graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design, has been employed as an art educator in Concord, NH since 1981. During that time, she was very fortunate to have been granted a two-year leave of absence to teach at the Frankfort International School in Germany, and then again at the American International School of Budapest in Hungary. Her travel experiences, whether home or abroad, provide her with much material for her work, which include pastel drawing, oil painting, and photography. She is continually inspired by color and design in the landscape, especially water, and the discoveries along and upon the water's edge. The images she shares with us are the result of a longing to wander off-the-beaten path in search of surprises that echo "stay this moment!"
Betsy's work will be on display in the Art Gallery through November 15th. We hope you will stop by to see more of her amazing images from off-the-beaten path!
Posted by Jennifer at 4:32 PM
Manchester, NH - Sue Zylak has announced continuations of her popular pastel and portrait classes.
- Pastel Painting on Tuesday mornings, 10am - 12noon, 9 weeks starting October 21, $135.
- Portraiture on Wednesday mornings, 10am - 12noon, 9 weeks starting October 22, $135.
- Portraiture on Thursday evenings, 6pm - 8pm, 8 weeks starting October 23, $120.
Posted by Jennifer at 4:25 PM
With the addition of 2 new classes, Kim Roth is offering art classes 4 days a week at the E. W. Poore Art Studio!
- Tuesday 10am - 12 noon, Acrylic Painting
- Tuesday 6pm - 8pm, Drawing, Watercolor, & Acrylic Painting
- Wednesday 10am - 11:30am, Demonstration Class: Painting in Acrylics - Demonstrations & Discussion with time for questions
- Thursday 10am -12noon, Acrylic Painting
- Thursday 1pm - 2:30pm, Drawing for Painters - the fundamentals of drawing in an easy & fun class. Great foundation for painting!
- Thursday 6pm - 8pm, Acrylic Painting
- Friday 10am - 11:30am, Art History - The Great Painters & their Paintings, Art History taught in an informative & engaging way.
Posted by Jennifer at 3:24 PM