Centervale Farm Antiques
Centervale Farm Antiques offers an extensive display of fine antiques, and collectibles. We feature substantial quantities of fine furniture, paintings, prints and antique frames. We also have glass, china, silver, pewter, stoneware, advertising tins, pottery, sports memorabilia, ship models, jewelry, clocks, and much more.
Centervale Farm Antiques is the one-stop antiquing destination you have been looking for.
The Museum of Art at UNH
At UNH Durham
The Museum of Art is New Hampshire Seacoast's premier art museum -- a center for the visual arts where visitors gather to enjoy changing exhibitions, music, lectures, poetry readings, and receptions. Its permanent collection includes over 1,600 historical and modern works by American, European, and other artists from diverse culture
Located at 30 Academic Way, in the Paul Creative Arts Center on the Durham campus of the University of New Hampshire, the museum welcomes visitors throughout the academic year and is open to students, faculty, members, and the general public free of charge. Our exhibitions and programs are supported in part by the Friends of the Museum of Art.
Harwich Port, MA
Steeped in tradition and almost an antique in its own right, Windsong Antiques has been in continuous operation by the Baylis family for more than 50 years welcoming dealers, advanced collectors, novices and browsers.
Conveniently located on Route 28 in Harwich Port, Windsong Antiques offers a wide range of true antiques including country furniture, early American and English blown glass, pattern glass, art glass, and cut glass; 18th and 19th century English ceramics including Staffordshire; 19th & 20th century American pottery; sterling and coin silver, art and prints; postcards and ephemera; estate jewelry and more.
“It’s what an antiques shop used to be.”
Artisans Hand Craft Gallery
Artisans Hand Craft Gallery, located in the center of Montpelier Vermont, carries the best work of Vermont's talented craft community. Come visit us to choose from the collection of fine craft pieces, carefully selected and thoughtfully displayed. We carry a diverse collection of handmade work in a wide variety of media including: clay, fiber, paper, glass, metal, wood, glass, bronze, gold and silver.
The State of Vermont has designated us as a Vermont State Craft Center. This is a "seal of approval" given by the state to galleries that meet a strict set of standards for quality and diversity of crafts.
Bowdoin College Museum of Art
The original collection of European paintings, Old Master drawings, and family portraits given by James Bowdoin III and his family in 1811 and 1826 was housed in a sequence of different campus locations until the Walker Art Building was completed in 1894. Included on the National Register of Historic Places, the handsome structure was given to the College by Harriet and Sophia Walker in honor of their uncle Theophilus Walker, a Boston entrepreneur and businessman. The Walker sisters were encyclopedic collectors and supporters of art education. They selected the renowned architect Charles Follen McKim, whose firm McKim, Mead and White also designed the Boston Public Library, The Morgan Library & Museum in New York, and the Brooklyn Museum, among many other important commissions. A landmark building in the history of museum architecture in the United States, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art is one of the few remaining structures in which the architectural and decorative ideals of the late nineteenth century are so fully realized. McKim chose warm brick and limestone with a cooler granite to give life to the “balanced and symmetrical” design he intended to fulfill the Walker sisters’ insistence on a “ building which shall be entirely devoted to art” and, unlike many other museums of the time, “will also show the purpose for which it is to be used.”
Art & Soul
Art & Soul. is both a Gallery and a Studio owned and operated by Lis-el and Alexis Crowley.
is-el has been working in the creative field for over 30 years. Her background includes pottery, metalsmithing, fiber, fused glass and metal clay. She has taught and exhibited nationally and has had work featured in Art Jewelry Magazine and in an upcoming book on Metal Clay.
Alexis is a person who really exists and is not just a figment of your imagination. More to come on this elusive character.
The Gallery was created in the spirit of fun and contemporary creativity. In the gallery, we showcase our work and the work of other local artists and artisans. We have striven to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere for browsing, admiring, and purchasing. We have a lovely sitting area, gourmet coffee and teas, and a welcoming spirit. Feel free to stop in to browse, have a chat, and see what local artists are creating these days.
We are always looking for new work, especially from locals, so if you know of anyone or want to show us your own work, call us at 860-688-4333 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.