Current Exhibitions


RIVERS
A WCA/NH Open Members’ Exhibition
at the Nashua Public Library

Flood, monotype by Loretta C.R. Hubley

SHOW DATES: April 6, 2024 – May 16, 2024
ARTIST RECEPTION: Saturday, April 20, 2024, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Thirty-three works by twenty-two members are on display.

We celebrate the Nashua River and its fascinating eight to ten thousand years of local history: settlement, fishing, hunting for Native Americans, settlers, and for the city today. We honor the Fresh Waters Program and the high value of this beautiful watershed area as the river runs to the sea. In New Hampshire our cascading waterfalls and magnificent rocky riverbanks are valued for habitat of diverse wildlife populations as well human uses of recreation, work and energy. This exhibition centers on all aspects of rivers and our deep appreciation for everything they represent displaying a wide range of artistic interpretations.

About the Nashua Public Library:  Since 1867, the Nashua Public Library has served the community through free and equal access to information, services, arts, and entertainment. With more than 178,000 visitors a year, the library continues to grow with new technology, innovative programming, and modern digital and physical resources that connect the community.

Nashua Public Library
2 Court
Street, Nashua, NH 03060

Click here to see an online gallery of the exhibit.

 

You can order a print catalog from the MagCloud site for $8.80, a digital copy for $2.00.

Purchase the catalog of the exhibit here.