Art Gallery and Shows

Stephanie Rayner Watercolor Monoprints:
SHOW, SALE & Lecture : Friday, October 25 from 6-8:30pm, meet Stephanie Rayner!

Join us for our opening wine/cheese reception & meet Stephanie Rayner on Friday, Oct 25 from 6pm-8:30pm . She will have over 50 pieces of artwork in this show and sale!

Show continues on  Saturday, Oct 26 from
10am -5pm
 with an artist lecture on creativity at 11am & 2pm. Light refreshments.


*Show will continue to be open on Saturdays through November 16, 10am-5pm. Free & open to public.

 

 

Stephanie Rayner is a Toronto artist, printmaker, international lecturer and art educator that invented much of this new printmaking process. Ms. Rayner’s artworks, shown widely and collected by major art museums, deal with themes and issues relating to spirituality and science. She was
invited by one of China’s foremost Art Academy’s to lecture on her work and introduce China to the water colour printmaking process she evolved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS:
SHOW, SALE & DEMO : Friday, March 29 from 6-8pm, meet Matt Brown!

Join us for our opening reception on Friday, March 29 from 6pm-8pm for our show, sale and woodblock printing demo with artist, Matt Brown. Meet the artist and watch him carve his blocks and hand print using the Japanese hanga method. Matt’s imagery is mostly of New England landscapes, with an emphasis on NH and VT lakes and mountains and the Maine coast. The show will continue over the weekend during Matt Brown’s workshop. (currently sold out) Stop by to view his work between 11am-5pm on Saturday & Sunday, March 30 & 31. Free and open to the public.

Matt Brown- “I love the process of making these prints: the way pictorial simplicity is encouraged, the way an image is separated into parts and put back together, the way the translucent colors blend and juxtapose, the way the wood interacts with the paper. I love the look of these prints: the clean carved edges juxtaposed with the soft look of the colors which the light, reflecting back to our eyes, finds in, not on, the paper.”

HAND BLOWN GLASS SHOW & SALE: April 6, 10am-6pm, meet Nathan Macomber
See the new colorful hand blown glass work of meet the artisan! Light refreshments served. 

Nathan Macomber first blew glass at Mass College of Art in 1995. His education in glass continues and includes classes at the Corning Museum of Glass, The Penland School of Arts and Crafts, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, and a self designed B.A. in glass from Prescott College which he received in 1999. Nathan has not only taken numerous classes and workshops, he has also taught dozens of individuals in private lessons, as a co-instructor for Prescott College, and has served as a T.A. and instructor for The Corning Museum of Glass and Snowfarm- New England Craft.

Nathan spent the first seven years of his career working in Prescott, Arizona, where he helped build and manage a glass blowing studio. In the Spring of 2002, he bought his family’s old farm in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. There, he has set up his own private studio where he can be found almost everyday blowing glass, metal working, teaching, or maintaining the hundred year old farm which has been in his family since 1949.

 

 

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DIFFERENT WAYS OF SEEING…

Jackson Art Gallery features an eclectic mix of contemporary, cutting age work from local artists and artisans. This is not your typical gallery. Many of the paintings include a different take on our local landscape with thought provoking color and innovative compositions. The gallery also includes watercolor monotype, mixed media collage, photography, sculpture, jewelry, glass, cards, scarves, handbags, prints and home furnishings. This is an affordable gallery with some original work under $100.

Stop by on weekends to see our “Artists at Work!”

We are opened every Saturday  from 10am-5pm and during the week by appointment or by chance. Call (603) 387-3463 for an appointment. Just off of Rt 16N on your way to Wildcat Ski Mountain and Great Glen Trails – 155 Ridge Rd, Jackson, NH.

Featuring the work of Local Artists:

Melanie Barash Levitt /Owner
Landscape Oils & Watercolor Monotypes

Rebecca Klementovich
Abstract Painting

Lori Badger
Mosaics & Jewelry

Boyan Moscov
Pottery

June McLeavey
Mixed Media

Gay Freeborn
Oils

Matt Brown
Japanese Woodblock Prints

Laura Guptill
Jewelry

Jessica Mixer
Jewelry

Meredith Piotrow
Origami

Cole Scott
Photography & Encaustic

Nathan Macomber
Glass

Bert Weiss
Glass

Joelle Goff
Oil Painting

Mary Howe
Landscape Oils

Janis Pryor
Abstract Pastels

Lauren Pollaro
Jewelry/ Mixed Media

Byron Carr
Oil/Watercolor

Margaret Dries
Abstract Acrylic

Marnie Cobbs
Books

Janet Gill
Pastels