Artist Carly Glovinski will be giving an artist talk at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery on Saturday, June 20 at 2:00 pm. This event is part of the New Hampshire Art Association’s Guest Artist Lecture and Dialogue Series. Carly’s talk includes a discussion of her work that spans many different modes of making, meant to bend perceptions of the familiar and reveal unexpected connections between concept, materials, and the iconography of objects. Carly Glovinski, a Maine native with a practice heavily rooted in drawing processes and contemporary takes on trompe l’oeil traditions, investigates patterns, objects and organizing systems observed in everyday life. She received her BFA in painting from Boston University in 2003. Recent solo exhibitions include “LANDLINE” at 3S ArtSpace in Portsmouth, NH, LaMontagne Gallery in Boston, MA, “Fool’s Gold” at Buoy in Kittery, ME and “Decoy” at June Fitzpatrick Gallery in Portland, ME. She currently lives and works in Dover, New Hampshire and Rollinsford, New Hampshire. This event is free and open to the public.