April 2024 – Cherry Blossoms

Despite a late season snowstorm, we are looking forward to the promise of spring with Cherry Blossoms, a collection of cherry blossom decorated pottery by league juried artist Georgia Donnelly. Celebrate the beauty of spring with this exquisite cherry blossom themed pottery, showcasing a beautiful fusion of delicate craftsmanship and timeless elegance. Donnelly’s creations effortlessly capture the essence of the renewal of Spring, with delicate cherry blossoms in bloom over beautifully handcrafted pottery pieces. Each piece is a testament to Donnelly’s mastery of the art form, evoking a sense of tranquility and reverence for nature’s fleeting beauty.

Georgia Donnelly is a studio potter living and working in New Hampshire. After apprenticing under a Master Potter in Livingston NJ, she studied pottery in southern France and then became a production potter for 2 different commercial pottery studios in New England. She has taught ceramics and pottery at elementary schools, art centers and universities. She has been working with clay since 1996.

“I like to make functional pottery that accentuates the way the piece is made on the wheel, highlighting the movement that the clay goes through to get to its finished shape. I want my pieces to catch your attention and stand out. I try to make them interesting to the touch as well as the eye.”

Cherry Blossoms will be on view now through the end of April.

The League of NH Craftsmen is committed to the education and support of NH’s fine craft tradition. To shop for items in this exhibit in our online store, click here.


March 18th – April 12th – Total Eclipse Of The Art

The League of NH Craftsmen Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is excited for the Great North American Solar Eclipse and celebrating with an exhibit Total Eclipse of the ART.

On April 8,2024 New Hampshire will be one of 13 U.S. states that is in the path of a total solar eclipse. To mark this great event, work is being submitted by various League juried artists. Jewelry, wood, pottery and more with a celestial theme will celebrate this spectacular sight.

The exhibit will run from March 18th to April 12th. Stop in the Gallery to see what creative pieces our talented artists have created.

The League of NH Craftsmen Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is located at 279 DW Hwy, Meredith, NH.

The League of NH Craftsmen is committed to the education and support of NH’s fine craft tradition. To shop for  items in this exhibit in our online store, click here.


March 2024 – Celtic Origins

CELTIC ORIGINS  – A collection of Celtic inspired work by Jack Dokus is on display at the League of NH Craftsmen Meredith Fine Craft Gallery through the month of March.

Jack, a long time resident of the Lakes Region, is one of the only juried members of the League who works in the fine art of lost wax casting. His masterfully crafted jewelry pieces intricately weave together symbolism, mythology, and craftsmanship.

Drawing from a deep reverence for Celtic folklore, Dokus’s work celebrates the essence of Celtic culture. From intricately designed Celtic knots to majestic motifs like the castles in Ireland, his creations transcend mere adornments becoming wearable works of art. Stop in the Gallery to see CELTIC ORIGINS where the spirit of the Celts lives on through the timeless beauty of Jack Dokus’s extraordinary jewelry.

The League of NH Craftsmen Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is located at 279 DW Hwy, Meredith, NH.

The League of NH Craftsmen is committed to the education and support of NH’s fine craft tradition. To shop for  items in this exhibit in our online store, click here.


February 2024 – Skipping Stones

The League of NH Craftsmen Meredith Fine Craft Gallery is presenting the first of the 2024 promotions with SKIPPING STONES, a collection of work by Blair LaBella. Blair, a native of Marblehead Ma. creates jewelry made with fine metals and beach stones collected on the beaches of New England and her many travels around the world. After receiving her BFA in ceramics from RISD she switched gears and went into metalsmithing. Designing jewelry using found beach stones which are flattened and then set into individually constructed bezels made from sterling, fine sterling or gold.  The finished pieces reflect the simple, yet sophisticated beauty of the natural stones.

Stop in the Gallery to see the beautiful work of Blair LaBella. SKIPPING STONES  is on exhibit through February.

The League of NH Craftsmen is committed to the education and support of NH’s fine craft tradition. To shop for  items in this exhibit in our online store, click here.