New members’ spotlight at Levy Gallery, Jan. 3- Feb. 2
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PORTSMOUTH – The New Hampshire Art Association had a spectacular year of exhibits at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery in downtown Portsmouth.
With a variety of exhibits in all mediums, well-attended opening receptions each month, live music and partnerships with community businesses, it was a successful year for artists and patrons alike.
The gallery will be closed during the month of January for its annual refreshing of exhibit spaces. The dates it will be closed are Jan. 3 through Feb. 2, 2022.
In lieu of exhibits inside the gallery, the NHAA’s 50 new members juried into the association during 2021 will have the opportunity to display artwork in the gallery’s windows fronting State Street.
NHAA holds two opportunities during the year to accept new artists whose work meets the high standards of the oldest art association in the state, now entering its 82nd year.
For information on jurying dates for 2022, please visit www.nhartassociation.org.
CAPTION: “Marcy Street Winter #2,” a painting by NH Art Association new member Priscilla French.