- November Featured Artist is Kevin Talbot – reception is Fri Nov 3rd 4-7 PM.
- Upcoming: December Featured Artist is a collaboration of Annick Bouvron-Gromek and BJ Glanville – their show “Color Shapes & Textures” opens Nov 25th, reception on Fri Dec 1st 4 -7 PM.
- Artist Spotlight – find out more about SAA artist Natalie Rotman Cote
- SAA theme show Small Works for Giving is on display through the end of December – all works are under $100 – reception is Fri Nov 3rd 4-7 PM.
- SAA Awards Show is on display at the Exeter Town Hall Gallery weekends Nov 4, 5, 11, 12 – with reception Fri Nov 3rd 4-7PM.
- Monotype Demonstration by Annick Bouvron-Gromek – part of NH Open Doors weekend – Sat Nov 4th 10AM-2PM
- Revelle Taillon starts two new art classes Jan 2nd – Intermediate Drawing and Colored Pencil
- Pat E. Nickerson starts two new classes at the Exeter Town Hall Gallery classroom on Monday Dec 4th – Drawing for the Painter and Oil Painting
- Latest newsletter for Dec/Jan is available.
- Call for art – next theme show is Black and White – drop off is Sat Dec 30th.
You are invited to attend the artist reception for Kevin Talbot on Friday November 3, 2017 from 4pm to 7pm from at the Seacoast Artist Association gallery, 130 Water Street, Exeter.
As November’s featured Artist Talbot will be displaying his photographs. These are printed on metal and have a clean, fresh look, and are ready for hanging without the extra expense of glass, matting and framing. Refreshments will be served.
The Seacoast Artist Association Gallery and Shop is participating in NH Open Doors, a New Hampshire touring and shopping event that is happening on Saturday, November 4th, and Sunday, November 5th. During this weekend, artists, craftspeople, farms, retail shops and other businesses in the seacoast and throughout the state are opening their doors and featuring special activities for all ages, including craft demonstrations, food samplings, special sales, and more. Fall is a great time of year to tour New Hampshire’s scenic highways and country roads, and to shop (tax-free) for New Hampshire-made gifts.
A Monotype demonstration will be held on Saturday, Nov 4th, 10:00 to 2:00 pm at the SAA Gallery, 130 Water St., Exeter, NH.
What is a Monotype?
Monotype is an intriguing hybrid among printing techniques. It is neither a print nor a painting, but a unique combination of both. The method is named because it is one image (mono), painted or drawn with printer’s ink directly on a plate and then transferred to paper. The printing of an image from a clean, un-worked surface results in a quality that is open and free which easily allows innovation. The monotype is a singular image and cannot be replicated.