Renee is a Seacoast resident with an extensive background in Sales and Marketing from her career at IBM. She also worked for National Geographic Traveler Magazine as onsite coordinator for their weekend photography seminars. She joined the NHAA board in 2014, became VP in 2016 and assumed the role of President in the fall of 2017.
As an artist herself, Renee is very involved in the local arts community. She has studied photography in a number of places including the Maine Media Workshops and the Santa Fe Workshops. She is a juried member of NHAA, Master Artist member of the Newburyport Art Association, member of the Seacoast Artist Association, and the NH Society of Photographic Artists. She is also former President and current Advisor to the Seacoast Camera Club.
Joanna Novembrino, Vice President
Joanna has been teaching photography part-time for over 25 years. After receiving her Certificate in Photography from the New Hampshire Institute of Art, she taught Black & White Darkroom I and II and two camera courses at the Institute for 11 years. Since 2002, she has taught basic and advanced photography courses at Concord Community Education. Joanna encourages her students to not only learn about their cameras and various photographic techniques but also to use photography as an artistic medium for self-expression. In her professional career, Joanna worked as Technical Documentation Manager and Senior Technical Writer for several high-tech firms. She is currently the Vice President of the New Hampshire Art Association and enjoys photography, oil painting, reading, and music.
Dave Lancaster, Treasurer
As CEO of ATCO/LanAir, an Aerospace design and manufacturing company located in Newington NH. David brings a love of corporate strategy and a passion for servant leadership to the everyday operations of the company. He has held the CEO/president position since the founding of the company. Only in the last few years has he understood the value of developing a great work culture. He spends a large percentage of his time working towards developing that culture by establishing a strong set of values and continually working to mentor and instill those values in his team. David believes that his company exists to do good for others internally and externally. ATCO/LanAir allocates 20% of net profit to his team through a values based profit sharing program. They also donate 10% of net profit to local children’s charities with the intention of growing that to 20% in the next few years.
ATCO/LanAir, designs and manufactures low cost FAA approved parts for commercial airlines worldwide. The company was founded in 1995 with one mission. To build a great company, with great people producing great results.
Alison Huber-Jewett, Secretary
Alison was born in Exeter, NH, grew up in Kingston, and now resides in Portsmouth and Colebrook. She and her husband own and operate Jewett Construction Co., Inc., a commercial construction company based in Raymond, NH, building commercial structures all over New England. Supporting small businesses and nurturing relationships has always been her focus.
Having grown up in a family of artists, Alison took to oil painting and and today has an established studio at the Button Factory on Islington Street in Portsmouth. Her paintings come from an ispiration of history, architecture, people and nature. She creates works based on what calls to her and her interpretation of the image. (Photo credit to Jay Goldsmith)
Education, art, and business are common threads throughout Nancy Rosen’s life. Nancy grew up outside of Philadelphia. She received her BA in French and Religion, a Master of Education degree from Boston University, and an MA degree in Religion from McMaster University, Canada. Her experience includes administration at several New England universities, art gallery ownership, and the sale of commercial and residential real estate. Nancy lives in York and is a Maine Realtor affiliated with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group.
Barbara Zolli Albert is a former president of NH Art Association . She graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art with a BS in Art Education and a Minor in Sculpture. She established pottery/sculpture studios in Newton and Watertown MA and began exhibiting her work. After 16 years of teaching art in public and private schools (Framingham, Sudbury and Newton), gifted programs (Newton), adult education (Newton) and junior colleges (Mount Ida) in Massachusetts, she moved to northwestern Pennsylvania in 1981 and worked for two museums (as Museum Educator, then Director) for 26 years.
In 2008, Barbara began painting – exhibiting and selling her work in local galleries (Titusville and Erie PA) and teaching privately. While serving as a director on the Senior Center Board, she encouraged her painting students (50 and older) to explore and experiment with non-realistic expression in landscapes and portraiture. Two of her senior students went on to win juried competitions and sell their paintings.
In 2013, Barbara purchased a home on Dover Point and retired back to New England and the ocean.
Linda comes from a strong and varied business background with particular expertise in managing large virtual teams. Early in her career she was a school teacher, owned two small businesses and was Vice President of Sales for a company in central NH. She has spent the last two decades as the Director of Resource Management for a global Accounting, Tax, and Advisory firm. Linda has always been passionate about and active in the Arts. She personally enjoys oil painting, jewelry making, and landscape design.
Carol Reynolds, Gallery Manager
Carol Reynolds studied painting and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University. She has been employed by the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., The Nan Miller Gallery in Rochester, N.Y., The Newburyport Art Association, Newburyport Framers, and The Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth, Ma.
She has been creating her own art while also presenting, promoting and exhibiting the work of other artists for many years. She paints landscapes in pastel and oil, as well as commissioned portraits.
Mary Liz Lancaster, Assistant Manager
Mary Liz Lancaster moved to New Hampshire in 1989 with her husband David. Originally from Rye, New York, she graduated from the College of New Rochelle with a BFA concentrating in photography. Her professional focus has been on travel, events, nature and portraiture. With her family Mary Liz has been able to explore different parts of the world such as Europe, Panama and British Virgin Islands. She has taken workshops with professional photographers at New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester and seminars at Star island. Mary Liz has been a member of NH Art Association since 1999 and New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists since 2007.
Mary Liz was hired as Operations Manager at NHAA in 2017 and feels very fortunate to be surrounded by inspiring artists. Her past retail experience includes Assistant Manager at a camera store in Old Greenwich CT and accounts receivable, accounts payable and collections at ATCO Inc.
Lynn Krumholz - Exhibitions
Lynn Krumholz began her studies in art at Lycoming College where she received a BA in Fine Art and Mass Communications. She went on to begin a fulfilling career in marketing with focus on promotions, new product launches and packaging design for consumer products with M&M/Mars. She later decided to redirect her skills to support local businesses, and the art community at which time she began to develop and show her own work. Her recent work includes oil and cold wax, mixed media and book arts. She is a juried member of the NHAA, as well as a member of the Seacoast Art Association and the Seacoast Open Studios Group.
Suzanne Laurent, Public Relations Coordinator
Suzanne has been a juried photography member of the NHAA since 1992.
A Boston native, Suzanne moved to New Hampshire 30 years ago and has been living in Portsmouth since 2011. She has a background in journalism, public relations and is a published poet. She is a regular contributor to the Portsmouth Herald.
Rick had an extended career as Chief Operating Officer of a large law firm in Manchester, employing over 50 attorneys and 55 other staff. During this time, he volunteered in Board leadership capacities with The United Way of Manchester, The Manchester Community Health Center, and The New Hampshire Institute of Art. Leaving the law firm after 28 years, Rick became the Executive VP and then interim President of the Art Institute. Rick is also a portrait and fine art photographer with a Certificate in Photography from the NH Institute of Art. His work has been exhibited in galleries on the East coast from Maine to Georgia. He has attended photo workshops in Rockport, ME, Woodstock, NY, Palm Springs, CA, and Havana, Cuba. Since 2010, Rick has lived in Stratham with his partner Cathy, his dog Diego, and his cat Raven. He has two grown sons and three grandchildren.
Elizabeth in a NHAA member. She is an commissioned portrait artist as well as accomplished landscape and still life painter. She has a masters degree in Landscape Architecture and owns her own company, Elizabeth Dudley Landscape Architecture located in Newmarket, NH
Gary is a fine art photographer and photo educator. In addition, he is currently the Artist Laureate of New Hampshire and a Professor Emeritus of Photography, New Hampshire Institute of Art.
Claudia Rippee is a NHAA member. As a photographer, her interests range from analog, lensless photography to digital photography. She and her husband currently own two restaurants in Manchester, NH
Michele Lechner is the accountant for New Hampshire Art Association. She is originally from Wisconsin, where she graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a BS in Accounting. She then moved to Chicago where she worked in public accounting for several years and obtained her CPA. Relocating to San Francisco, she received her MBA from the University of San Francisco. Her husband and three children currently live in Exeter, NH and she owns Seacoast Balanced Accounting LLC which provides accounting and financial support to corporations and non-profits in the Seacoast area.
June E. Trisciani
June is the Owner/Design Consultant of j.ellen Design, LLC, in Manchester, NH. Her company provides a full range of interior design services to both residential and commercial clients. In addition, June is the Founding Partner of ARTFRONT LLC, which operates on the principle that the arts hold transformative power to elevate the social culture of the community. June is a Board member of the Manchester, NH Planning Board, as well as an Advisory Council member of the Currier Museum of Art.