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New Member Jurying is just a week away!!

Email us at nhartassociation@gmail.com to receive the full Membership Application Packet.

We are excited to add wonderful, new artists to our membership!

Our 28th Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried Exhibition has been juried and hung! We received a record 226 submissions this year! Juror Ron Crusan, Executive Director and Curator for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, was given the difficult task of narrowing down to just around 70 works of art and, what has created, an incredible exhibition! Please join us for an opening reception tomorrow evening, Friday, April 4th from 5-8 pm. The Lassonde will be on exhibit through Friday, April 25th.
First Prize: John Ebel, 5B, Oil (featured center)
Second Prize: Kimberly Meuse, Late Summer Peaches, Watercolor (bottom left)
Third Prize: Pamela duLong Williams, Tom with Crow, Oil (bottom right)
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Our 28th Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried Exhibition has been juried and hung! We received a record 226 submissions this year! Juror Ron Crusan, Executive Director and Curator for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, was given the difficult task of narrowing down to just around 70 works of art and, what has created, an incredible exhibition! Please join us for an opening reception tomorrow evening, Friday, April 4th from 5-8 pm. The Lassonde will be on exhibit through Friday, April 25th.
First Prize: John Ebel, 5B, Oil (featured center)
Second Prize: Kimberly Meuse, Late Summer Peaches, Watercolor (bottom left)
Third Prize: Pamela duLong Williams, Tom with Crow, Oil (bottom right)
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Our 28th Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried Exhibition has been juried and hung! We received a record 226 submissions this year! Juror Ron Crusan, Executive Director and Curator for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, was given the difficult task of narrowing down to just around 70 works of art and, what has created, an incredible exhibition! Please join us for an opening reception tomorrow evening, Friday, April 4th from 5-8 pm. The Lassonde will be on exhibit through Friday, April 25th.
First Prize: John Ebel, 5B, Oil (featured center)
Second Prize: Kimberly Meuse, Late Summer Peaches, Watercolor (bottom left)
Third Prize: Pamela duLong Williams, Tom with Crow, Oil (bottom right)
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Our 28th Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried Exhibition has been juried and hung! 

We received a record 226 submissions this year! Juror Ron Crusan, Executive Director and Curator for the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, was given the difficult task of narrowing down to just around 70 works of art and, what has created, an incredible exhibition! 

Please join us for an opening reception tomorrow evening, Friday, April 4th from 5-8 pm. 

The Lassonde will be on exhibit through Friday, April 25th.

First Prize: John Ebel, 5B, Oil (featured center)

Second Prize: Kimberly Meuse, Late Summer Peaches, Watercolor (bottom left)

Third Prize: Pamela duLong Williams, Tom with Crow, Oil (bottom right)

April 2 - 25, NH Art Association member Ann Tolson will have a solo exhibition on the Gerry Frazier Wall of the Small Works Gallery. Ann will be exhibiting a group of recently completed paintings that are all inspired by an older style she rediscovered after having put them in her rack nineteen years ago. Ann says, “It turned out that it was very good for me - I had fun doing them - it made my old brain work on ideas for the next paintings. Everything had to come out of my head. To link them up with the original paintings I kept them all in the same colours.” An Opening Reception will be held Friday, April 4th from 5 to 8 pm. 
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April 2 - 25, NH Art Association member Ann Tolson will have a solo exhibition on the Gerry Frazier Wall of the Small Works Gallery. Ann will be exhibiting a group of recently completed paintings that are all inspired by an older style she rediscovered after having put them in her rack nineteen years ago. 

Ann says, “It turned out that it was very good for me - I had fun doing them - it made my old brain work on ideas for the next paintings. Everything had to come out of my head. To link them up with the original paintings I kept them all in the same colours.” 

An Opening Reception will be held Friday, April 4th from 5 to 8 pm. 

"The Moment It Clicks: The Mentor-Mentee Relationship in Photography"
April 2 - 25, Debra Woodward will share an exhibit with her photography teacher of five years, Robert Chiller. On one shared wall of the East Gallery, Debra and Robert will compare and contrast their photographic visions of Paris through images taken in separate winter trips to Paris. Robert explores the theme of color with the remainder of his work, while Debra’s recent trip to Santa Fe is the focus of hers.
An opening reception will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5 - 8 pm.
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"The Moment It Clicks: The Mentor-Mentee Relationship in Photography"
April 2 - 25, Debra Woodward will share an exhibit with her photography teacher of five years, Robert Chiller. On one shared wall of the East Gallery, Debra and Robert will compare and contrast their photographic visions of Paris through images taken in separate winter trips to Paris. Robert explores the theme of color with the remainder of his work, while Debra’s recent trip to Santa Fe is the focus of hers.
An opening reception will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5 - 8 pm.
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"The Moment It Clicks: The Mentor-Mentee Relationship in Photography"
April 2 - 25, Debra Woodward will share an exhibit with her photography teacher of five years, Robert Chiller. On one shared wall of the East Gallery, Debra and Robert will compare and contrast their photographic visions of Paris through images taken in separate winter trips to Paris. Robert explores the theme of color with the remainder of his work, while Debra’s recent trip to Santa Fe is the focus of hers.
An opening reception will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5 - 8 pm.
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"The Moment It Clicks: The Mentor-Mentee Relationship in Photography"
April 2 - 25, Debra Woodward will share an exhibit with her photography teacher of five years, Robert Chiller. On one shared wall of the East Gallery, Debra and Robert will compare and contrast their photographic visions of Paris through images taken in separate winter trips to Paris. Robert explores the theme of color with the remainder of his work, while Debra’s recent trip to Santa Fe is the focus of hers.
An opening reception will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5 - 8 pm.
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"The Moment It Clicks: The Mentor-Mentee Relationship in Photography"

April 2 - 25, Debra Woodward will share an exhibit with her photography teacher of five years, Robert Chiller. On one shared wall of the East Gallery, Debra and Robert will compare and contrast their photographic visions of Paris through images taken in separate winter trips to Paris. Robert explores the theme of color with the remainder of his work, while Debra’s recent trip to Santa Fe is the focus of hers.

An opening reception will be held this Friday, April 4th from 5 - 8 pm.

NEW ON THE SCENE
NHAA presents, New On The Scene, an exhibition of artists who are new to exhibiting the artwork publicly in a gallery setting, March 5th through 27th.
Please join us Friday, March 7th from 5 to 8 pm for an opening reception celebrating these artists and what they are creating!
The Best of Show award will be presented at approximately 6:00 pm.
Featured Images: top - Shea Brook, Best of Show, bottom - Nathan Mann, Honorable Mention
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NEW ON THE SCENE

NHAA presents, New On The Scene, an exhibition of artists who are new to exhibiting the artwork publicly in a gallery setting, March 5th through 27th.

Please join us Friday, March 7th from 5 to 8 pm for an opening reception celebrating these artists and what they are creating!

The Best of Show award will be presented at approximately 6:00 pm.

Featured Images: top - Shea Brook, Best of Show, bottom - Nathan Mann, Honorable Mention

NHAA’s March Members’ Exhibition, Inspired, will open on Friday, March 7th, with a reception from 5 to 8 pm. Our artist members are playing homage to their inspiration!Inspired will be on exhibit through Friday, March 28th.Featured image: Gail Allen
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NHAA’s March Members’ Exhibition, Inspired, will open on Friday, March 7th, with a reception from 5 to 8 pm. 

Our artist members are playing homage to their inspiration!

Inspired will be on exhibit through Friday, March 28th.

Featured image: Gail Allen

John LeCours at the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce March and April, 2014 

John LeCours is a New Hampshire based painter. John takes inspiration from the natural beauty of his native New England. His central goal in painting is to create beautiful imagery. John’s creative process centers on a direct spiritual response to nature, in the tradition of George Inness and JMW Turner. He hopes to evoke a response in the viewer. 

He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from the Rochester Institute of Technology.He often takes Master classes to improve his craft and learn new techniques. John most often works in oils and acrylic.

When he is not painting, John works as a Project Manager at Applied Graphics in Amesbury, MA. He lives in Danville, NH.

The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is located at 49 South Main Street, Suite #104, Concord, NH 03301. 

Featured Image: River Turn by John LeCours, 2013

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