Art Exhibits

McLane Center

Susan Beere

Cardinal by Susan Beere

Cardinal by Susan Beere

Exhibit Open May 1-June 30, 2015
Artist’s Reception: Thursday, May 21, 5-7pm

McLane Center‘s PSNH Room

For over 30 years, Susan Beere has captured an eclectic array of images in brightly glazed handmade ceramic tile. Her works grace homes and businesses nationally with unusually dynamic designs. Her style and technique capture her subjects in a stylized impressionistic verve – landscapes at night, birds and flowers, the inside of a mail boat, patterns of nature – abstract and representational.

Massabesic Audubon Center

Duane Martin

Exhibit Open June 5-June 18, 2015

Duane Martin Intarsia

Duane Martin Intarsia

A former electrical and nuclear engineer, Duane developed a passion for woodworking in his teens. After moving to NH (from Southern California) in 1999, he created a state-of-the-art woodworking shop in his basement. Intrigued by the artwork of Judy Gale Roberts, he began creating intarsias based on her patterns about four years ago. Now he primarily creates the wooden artwork from his own original designs.

Intarsia is 3D art made from thick woods where the color and grain of the woods are used without stain.

He is a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. His Nubble Lighthouse Intarsia won the Editor’s Choice award in Scroll Saw Woodworking Magazine’s Best Project Design Contest 2009 in the area of Intarsia.

His attention to detail is exceptional.  Visit his FaceBook page.

Artist, Lance Dooley

We are very pleased to announce that we have on display now at the Massabesic Audubon Center, two charming original oil paintings of Rock Wrens (Salpinctes obsoletus). They are created in the style of the 19th century fine art realist masters by Artist, Lance Dooley. http://www.lancedooley.com/

The rock wren is a small songbird of the wren family. It is the only species in the genus Salpinctes. The 12 cm long adults have grey-brown upperparts with small black and white spots and pale grey underparts with a light brown rump.

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