N.H. Art Association partners with Church Landing at Mill Falls
MEREDITH – Earlier this year, the New Hampshire Art Association partnered with Church Landing at Mill Falls to exhibit and sell its members’ work located near the Cascade Spa.
A new exhibition opening March 12 and titled “Nature’s Repose,” features the work of NHAA artists Judy Schubert and Lorwen ‘Connie’ Nagle. A peacefulness, at the heart of nature, is celebrated in this collection of original oil paintings by the two artists. The paintings depict scenes from the four seasons – all evoking serenity and quiet repose of nature’s beauty. The viewer will experience a soothing feeling while viewing them. Schubert is a fine art oil painter with a former career in real estate and sales. Portraiture is her first love. Commissioned work has allowed Schubert to create many family treasures. Stepping into nature, she gravitates towards the play of light, particularly on water. Her paintings have shown in several juried shows including the Gallery at 100 Market and Art of Great Bay. She enjoyed co-ownership at Studio 51 Ceres, a gallery in Portsmouth until the building was sold last year. She is an associate of Oil Painters of America, a member of the Portrait Society of America, NHAA and Kittery Art Association. Visit Schubert at www.judyschubert.com.
Nagle is a clinical psychologist as well as a full time artist. She paints in plein air and in her studio at Art on the Hill in Kittery, Maine. Nagle is a member of NHAA and the NH Plein Air Society as well as an Associate member of Rockport Art Association & Museum and the Guild of Boston Artists. She is represented at Charles Gallery in Gloucester, MA. Nagle has a weekly podcast called “Sight and Insight” with David P. and Judy Curtis and she conducts painting workshops with David P. Curtis. Visit her at www.lorwenpaintings.com and sightandinsight.podbean.com.
“Nature’s Repose” runs from March 12 through July 14.
Certainly, an easygoing quality surrounds these wonderful tranquil paintings. The artists hope visitors enjoy them as they relax at Church Landing – “dolce far niente!” (the sweetness of doing nothing!)
Church Landing at Mill Falls is located at 281 Daniel Webster Highway in Meredith. It is a premier lakefront lodging facility set on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee and surrounded by beautiful gardens and views.
The New Hampshire Art Association (www.nhartassociation.org), based in Portsmouth, is a non-profit art association founded in 1940, and as such is the oldest statewide art association in New Hampshire and one of the oldest in the country.
All work in the exhibit will be for sale by contacting the NHAA at (603) 431-4230 or emailing email@example.com.
Artwork displayd by Judy Schubert titled “Winnipesaukee Series #2” - 20x20” oil on canvas