I went to the nicest little art reception last night at

Main Street Art in lovely Newfields, NH. The group organized a few wonderful pieces of work done by the Artists Advisory Committee. Jim Sanner, sculptor, assemblage artist, and boat builder has three dimensional collages that take you to places and times reminiscent of the water. Tracy Hines, aspiring designer, showed her work for the first time. Duane Martin is an award-winning intarsia artist who was recently featured on Chronicle. Kelley Corson, a founder of Main Street Art (and lover of all things good), showed her explorations in mosaics and painting. Sam Paolini featured her abstract "out there" energy and visuals... color is definitely her language (keep an eye out for this girl!). Ray LeBranche with his beautiful earthy pottery. Joe Perna photography... images of places travelled including one of my favorites, a nicely balanced photo of a door on a cream wall with a sparse vine climbing the surface. The show continues 12-3 on March 19, 26, April 2, 9 and 16. Share this with your friends on facebook by clicking the icon below. Best wishes in creativity!

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