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NHAA is celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year with lots of fun events. Earlier this week, we hung the 75th Anniversary exhibit. There is wonderful work in this exhibit, but there is a lot of it. Take your time to wander through the galleries, so you won’t miss anything. I think there are about 130 pieces in this exhibit!!!

The reception is Friday, June 3  – 5 – 8pm

This same evening, there will also be a reception at Discover Portsmouth where you will find another exhibit with a focus on some of our founding artists. I haven’t seen this yet, but am looking forward to it.

Look for my piece “All Is Still” on the wall over the desk at NHAA’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, 136 State Street, Portsmouth, NH.

Ethel Hills - "All is Still" - Mixed Media Collage on Panel - 30" x 24"

Ethel Hills – “All is Still” – Mixed Media Collage on Panel – 30″ x 24″


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I know that there are lots of holiday art shows around. This year, I’m only doing two. The Small Works show at Emporium that went up last month and the Holiday show at NHAA which just went up last week.

The NHAA show is limited to 5 wall pieces per artist at a maximum price of $300. We hung that show last Tuesday and it does look great. There are lots of items to choose from – art, books, calendars, cards and even a few ornaments.

You’ll find my pieces on either side of the Christmas tree. They’re all small and brightly colored – the perfect thing for a cold winter’s day.

I hope you find the absolute right piece of art either for a gift or for yourself. It’s a great time to buy art, because there are so many options. Most every gallery and art association has a holiday show going on and there are all the open studio type events as well. Happy hunting!!

If you’d like to see what I have on exhibit here –

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And a special note – to make shopping easier, the gallery will be open 11 to 9, Wednesday through Sunday.


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