Artist of the Month Exhibits for 2018
Here are the featured exhibits we have planned for the next few months.
This sneak peek is being provided for you so that you can plan your visit to the shop when you are in the area. You will find some unique ideas for those last minute gifts, must have purchases, or special treats for yourself.
Down On The Farm
A Celebration of an American Way of Life
Come to the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s August exhibit, Down on the Farm, to see a barnyard of fine arts and crafts. Chickens, sheep, cows, owls, cats, birds and bunny artistic pieces fill the gallery. For your next farm-to-table meal, go home with a one-of-a-kind cutting board, glazed ceramic bowls, platters and hand-blown glasses and dishes. And, don’t forget a beautiful vase for the bouquet of flowers you pick after visiting our August’s Down on the Farm exhibit.
Out of the Ashes
Pottery by Wendy Jackson
Come to the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen’s September exhibit, Out of the Ashes, to see an exhibit of pottery by Wendy Jackson. The raised surfaces on Jackson’s wood fired cups and vases bring her natural designs to life. The sea turtles and other designs rise up to greet your hands and eyes. The unique combination of wood ash, extreme heat, and the salts and minerals in the clay, work to also be congruent with nature. Stop by and enjoy this beautiful,artistic interpretation of nature.
Glass Pumpkin Patch
The League of NH Craftsmen Gallery in Meredith is excited to announce our 4th Annual Glass Pumpkin Patch Oct 1-31. The collection features the work of several League juried artists including Jordana Korsen, Lada Bohac, and Bob Burch. Beautiful glass pumpkins of all sizes and colors will be available. If you collect glass pumpkins this is a must see exhibit; if you simply love Fall in New England or would like these elegant pieces to decorate your harvest table stop in and enjoy the Pumpkin Love.
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