Lifting our Eyes to the Mountains
an exhibit of mountain-themed prints by various of our roster of TNLG printmakers
Mountains offer a lot in times of trouble. We hope this show may in some small way offer glimpses of relief and perspective in our current time of acute doubt and trouble.
March 25 - June 25
Winter Wonderland, an exhibit of prints by members of the NH Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art
A show of hand-made prints by members of the New Hampshire Chapter of the Women's Caucus for Art, prints inspired by thoughts of winter.
January 14 - March 12
A Selection of Prints for the Turn of the Year
12 prints by 12 TNLG printmakers, available as a hard copy booklet
Looking for ways to foster real, tactile connections, we put together a physical booklet, a holiday catalogue.
November 24 - March 26
Fall Shapes, Fall Colors
An exhibit by our member print-makers resonating with the spirit of Autumn.
Shown is Jean Gumpper's "Fall Wetlands", reduction woodblock print (16" x 21").
October 01 - November 27
"Lost and Found"
In Tent U, the Print Tent, at the Annual LNHC Craftsmen's Fair: prints by LNHC juried printmakers that identify losses and silver linings, things that have been lost and things that have been found as a result of the Covid -19 pandemic. Shown is Bill Mitchell's silkscreen print "Along the Trail to Greeley Pond".
August 07 - August 15
“Calling on Special Places"
An open-entry exhibit of handmade prints celebrating places real or imaginary that have helped us weather the isolations and disruptions of the time of the Covid-19.
“Poised on the Edge of a Steep Cliff", color woodblock print by Kevin Frances, 20" x 30".
May 01 - August 21
“Making an Impression”
A selection of color woodblock prints made using the Japanese “hanga" method by Matt Brown (Lyme, NH), Mary Graham (Wilton, NH), Lynita Shimizu (Ashford, CT), Sandy Wadlington (Bradford, NH).
Shown is Lynita Shimizu's “April Showers", color woodblock print, 10" x 7".
March 19 - June 30
The Wonder of the Leaf
An exhibit exploring leafy imagery in work of various of our New Leaf Gallery member printmakers.
Our first online theme exhibit explores images of our namesake, the leaf, that amazing solar energy-organizing structure upon which earthly life depends.
December 20 - February 28