From Friday through today, plein air artists the country over were called to get out and paint in this annual event. The NH painters chose to get out and paint in Londonderry at two locations: a bed and breakfast called Tiffany Gardens and the orchards of Mack’s apples. Following the paint-out, today, the artists exhibited their wet paintings at the White Birch Fine Art Gallery in Londonderry. Since I have been too busy to blog or update my website, and my schedule is just getting crazier in the upcoming days, the above 11 by 14 painting from today’s session at Mack’s Apple Orchard is all I can offer at this time. I titled it “Ready for Picking”.
But I have 34 works of art out in exhibits all over New Hampshire right now: 5 in Portsmouth at the Gallery at 100 Market, 9 at Manchester City Hall, 9 in the Twilight exhibit at the Manchester Artists Association Gallery, 2 at Hatfield Gallery in Manchester, 3 at the White Birch Gallery in Londonderry, 1 in the auditorium of the Derryfield School in Manchester, and 5 in the Travers Restaurant in Goffstown.
Please try to come out for Trolley Night (Open Doors) in Manchester this Thursday, September 17, from 5 to 8, when you can visit City Hall, the MAA Gallery, and Hatfield’s, sample the food and drink, and enjoy the trolley ride to get from place to place.