Everyone is invited, tell your friends!

Our annual Spring Meeting will be Sunday

April 18 at 3:30pm on Zoom.

Kimberly Ritchie, a NH artist and Associate Professor of Art at Plymouth State University, will talk about her work “Endangered, Invasive, and Undiscovered [Species].”

Kimberly Anderson Ritchie is the coordinator of the Printmaking Program at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH. From the PSU description: “Ritchie’s curiosity, love, and respect for the natural environment has directed her artistic practice, which focuses on a visual response to the natural environment. Her main focus is producing artwork that brings attention to an array of environmental issues.”

She has exhibited her work throughout the United States, attended artist residencies, participated in numerous printmaking portfolio exchanges, presented at conferences, and is involved in University and community service.

Professor Ritchie says, about her own work that she is “trying to bring the beauty, mystery, and conservation of the land back into our daily focus through the image-making process.”  She writes that the artwork is her way of “internalizing the natural world and expressing her concern.”

You can see more of her work here: http://www.kimberlyandersonritchie.com/work.html.

Email info@wcanh.org for the passcode.

Kimberly Ritchie, watercolor, India Ink on Mylar mounted on paper, 30 x 40 inches


Kimberly Ritchie
Ritchie-Watercolor, India Ink on Mylar mounted on Paper, 30x40