Member News | November 2018

Oct 27-Jan 5, 2019 Best of the Best, a juried photography show, NHAA member Dan Soucy received second place. Camera Commons, 652 Central Ave., Dover

Now thru Nov 11 Tap Root – An exhibition inspired by the book ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ by Peter Wohlleben, invited artists include: Sachiko Akiyama, Judith Allen- Efstathiou, Robert Baart, Todd Bezold, Pam J. Brown, Rachel Burgess, Sam Cady, Lucinda Clarke, Peter Dellert, Kate Emlen, Lawrence Elbroch, Victoria Elbroch, William Gotha, Frank Gregory, Carl Austin Hyatt, Nina Jerome, MaJo Keleshian, Susan Lyman, Matthew Meyer, Nathaniel Meyer, K. Min, Margery Thomas-Mueller, Charles Ramsburg, Donald Saaf, Barbara Sullivan, Michael Stasiuk, Sharon Townshend, Michael Walek, Julia Zanes,
George Marshall Store Gallery, 140 Lindsay Rd., York, ME

Wen Redmond
As part of the World of Threads Festival in Ontario, Canada, a selection of artworks from Wen Redmond's Digital Fiber series will be featured in a solo exhibition in one of the Corridor Galleries at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre.
Oakville, Ontario, Canada October 13 - December 31, 2018‬

She received an invitation to exhibit The Nature of a Stitch Sheehan Gallery, WA; and to exhibit Wisconsin Museum of Quilts. Her work is also on view at Quilt Visions in CA and the Blue Door Gallery in Yonkers, NY. Lastly, "time spent with trees" received Honorable Mention! Award at the MFA, Annapolis, MD

Ann Trainor Domingue
New Hampshire artist Ann Trainor Domingue is exhibiting new coastal-inspired work in show titled ‘Together In This’, at Portland Art Gallery, Portland Maine.

Goffstown, NH, October 22, 2018— Ann Trainor Domingue announces an art exhibition of new works inspired by New England life and relationships titled ‘Together In This’. Opening reception is Thursday, November 1st, 5-7 pm at the Portland Art Gallery, 154 Middle Street, Portland, Maine, on display through November. Alan Bunker, contemporary landscape painter will also be exhibiting in this 2-person show.  
As a lifelong New Englander, Domingue (pronounced doh-mang) understands the visual and spiritual beauty of this place she calls home commenting, “I love the same things you do about New England, I just reflect on them differently.”  She weaves themes of togetherness, friendship, hope and optimism in layers of colorful paint and scored lines. The result is a loose, impressionist, semi-abstract style with recognizable coastal elements integrated with bold design and subtle textures.

All In A Day’s Work, 36x36, acrylic on canvas.     copyright Ann Trainor Domingue 2018

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