Gallery Shop Artisans

When The Seacoast Artist Association Art Gallery moved to its new location at 130 Water Street, right in the heart of downtown Exeter, they had more room – a lot more room. Eight hundred square feet of it was designated to be The Gallery Shop. Four artisans signed on to share this space and fill it with their works.

gallery03Naz Kalhori of Naz K. Designs draws on nature to spontaneously and instinctively create jewelry from silver, copper, semiprecious-stones and leather. Her huge display of gorgeous earrings, necklace pendants and rings will thrill and satisfy jewelry lovers and have them coming into the gallery on a regular basis to find their next piece of jewelry treasure.

gallery02Debra Woodward is a photographer with a long list of credits to her name. Her subject matter calls to the heart of the traveler or the part in all of us that truly appreciates how beautiful our world is. We just need to look at her works on display to see wonderful things that we may not get to experience otherwise.

Karen Desrosiers is a multi-media artist. In her display you will find color and texture in the form of oil paintings, collage, mosaics and photography. Karen has an MFA in Fiction Writing but in the Gallery Shop you will find her art pieces tell interesting stories that you will want to become a part of by bringing them home with you.

Natalie Rotman Cote is an artist who loves nature and enjoys variety in her art. She enjoys travelling with her husband Steve and hopes to capture and share the beauty of the world through her art.  Natalie got started in art when she took a drawing class as an adult at the Sharon Arts Center in Sharon, NH USA.  She has studied at the NH Institute of Art and has taken workshops with professional photographers and painters over the past several years.  Natalie’s art includes photography and paintings in different mediums such as oil, watercolor and acrylic paints.  She has recently created a series of animal paintings using mixed media such as acrylic paints, charcoal, watercolor and pastels. Her space at the SAA includes a variety of original works and items that have her images on them such as greeting cards, tote bags, prints, and glass cutting boards. Her display is ever-changing but is anchored in the theme of nature and the beauty of our world.

Stop into The Gallery Shop at the SAA and be inspired by all this beauty brought together for your shopping pleasure. If you need a thoughtful gift, nothing is more heartfelt than the gift of art.