July 16th, 2022
Arts Show and Sale
July 30th - August 7th 2022
The Livery-Sunapee Harbor
Art Show and Sale
Coming October 8th & 9th 2022!
Local Artists open their studios
Call for Art Naturally new England 2022
We would like to invite you to apply for participation in the 2022 Naturally New England art show Located at the beautiful Livery building in Sunapee Harbor. Last year we had 49 works of art sold for a total of just under$ 30,000. 30 pieces sold on the first day alone with over 500 people who came to see our beautiful art on opening day. Entries are due by June 21st, and notifications of acceptance go out by July 6th. The show will run July 30th through August 7th, which covers two weekends. Depending on current conditions, we will be restricting the number of people who can come in at one time and they will be expected to maintain social distancing. We will once again have an on-line virtual show of the individual artwork for each accepted image (in addition to the physical show at the Livery). You can submit up to 4 landscape or wildlife works for the show. Artist Betsy Derrick will be jurying the works this year. If you are interested in participating, click here to apply https://2022naturallynewenglandartshow.artcall.org Center for the Arts, NH Also, check out these videos on photographing your artwork for submitting to shows…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrsKycVp-bA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0g4a1Ge-Ds
Are you an Artist? Why not join us!
ALL types of visual artists are welcome!
Visit the webpages of our Artist Members
See this special exhibit at the Davidow Center for Art and Design at Colby-Sawyer College
An American visual storyteller, Richard Haynes uses his art not only to make society aware of the invisible in this world but also to inspire unity. He is a painter, photographer, educator, mentor, and powerful advocate for social justice who currently serves as the Associate Director of Admissions for Diversity at the University of New Hampshire.
Chronicle WMUR-TV Jennifer Crompton writes: "Artist Richard Haynes settled in New Hampshire following a journey he describes as "an African American looking for a better way." Richard Haynes: Culture Keeper, Culture Maker presents Richard’s most recent acrylic paintings done in his signature style of semi-abstract faceless figures rendered in flat, bold colors, portraying “blacks and whites harmoniously living, working and playing together, side by side, even touching, something that was forbidden in Haynes' childhood world."
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