T.W. Wood Gallery
Located on the Campus of the Vermont College of Fine Arts, we are within walking distance from Downtown Montpelier.
Founded in 1896, the T. W. Wood Gallery & Arts Center houses one of the largest Permanent Collections in the state. In addition to the works of T.W. Wood and many of his artistic colleagues and contemporaries, we are also the repository for Vermont's portion of the Federal WPA collection.
Our mission is to preserve our artistic heritage and to bring the best of today's art to central Vermont.
A lively center for all the Arts, we provide a venue for musical performances, a Summer Art Camp and a variety of lectures. Please see our calendar for upcoming events.
Admission to the gallery is free & we are handicapped accessible.
The Museum of Art at UNH
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 cultures.
Located 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.
McGowan Art Gallery
McGowan Fine Art, located in historic Concord, New Hampshire, has been serving the art needs of northern New England for over 30 years. We offer a distinctive selection of New England artists, both emerging and established, in a variety of mediums, styles and price ranges. There is something for everyone, from the first-time buyer to the experienced collector.
If you see something you find interesting, give us a call or an email and we'll be happy to tell you more about it or even ship it to you on approval. If you like an artist's work, let us know, since we probably have more pieces in our large, ever-changing inventory. Or let us help you find just the right work for a particular location in your home, or that special addition to your art collection. We're happy to email images of anything that's not on our website. All you have to do is ask!
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Old Lyme, CT
The Cooley Gallery specializes in fine American paintings and works on paper of the 19th and 20th centuries, including the Hudso n River School, Connecticut Impressionism, and select contemporary realism. Set in a deceptively large 19th century building, our four diverse exhibition galleries have been described as "a cool, quiet oasis where tranquil, intimate, all-is-right-with-the-world landscapes of 100 years ago are a visual and mental balm."
Sparrow House Potter
Richard Sparrow, his wife Pandora, and son Jonathan, left their home in England, and arrived in New Plimoth by 1633. As a freeman, Richard was granted a house tract of six acres in 1636, which required him to construct a house within four years. The original two-story house contained one room on each level and utilized cross summer beam construction. With its large rooms, leaded glass windows and paneled walls, it was a grand home on the banks of what is now known as Town Brook.
By Seventeenth Century standards, Richard's family was small, which dictated the demanding work of colonial life be completed by only three family members. In 1639, Mary Moorecock was apprenticed to Richard and Pandora for nine years in exchange for food, lodging, clothes and a ewe lamb. The lamb was to be kept by Mary's stepfather, who was to "keep one third of the increase for labor".
Admission $2. for adults, $1. for children
Wickford Art Assocation
For over 30 years the Association has sponsored the Wickford Art Festival, in addition to monthly lectures and demonstrations that are open to the public, fine arts scholarships for North Kingstown High School seniors, classes, and member and juried shows throughout the year.
In May of 1989 the Association’s dream became a reality with the dedication of its gallery at 36 Beach Street. This new building, constructed with the dues and monies saved over the last 30 years, is home to all Wickford Art Association members.
Plans to enlarge the gallery are currently being reviewed and a building fund has been established. Anyone interested in donating to the building fund can mail a check made out to the Wickford Art Association at the Wickford Art Association Gallery, 36 Beach Street, Wickford RI, 02852–please make a note on the check indicating it is for the Building Fund.