Life in Meredith, NH

 

Photography….new photos uploaded…finally!

I traveled to Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountain National Parks for three weeks in April and May of this year (2017) on a hunt for wildflowers and some beautiful spring scenery. Check out my photos of the region.

Also…The Redwoods National and State Parks photos from my month-long visit in the fall of 2016 are now available.

Finally,  I spent three weeks at the “Utah Five” National Parks in September and October. The dramatic landscapes of canyons and mesas were a joy to finally behold.  Photographing them is a challenge and I have been learning as I go. Those photos will be uploaded next!

Pottery

It has been a busy year in the pottery. I have participated in a Lakes Region Art Association Show at the Belnap Mill and at the Meredith Holiday Craft Fair as well as completing commissions for friends and family. I have been doing more sculptural work with a marine life motif and I hope to get those and others finished for a new approach to the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. I have been very lax in posting photos of my work as I find the pots are gone long before I get a chance to take and post photos. That is a good thing but I hope to do better in the coming months, so please don’t give up on my site!  Click on my “Pottery” page (on menu bar above) to see what is available. As always, if you need some pottery or just want to stop by to say hi, you can call me at 617-999-5267 or write to me here and at sharonrnahill@gmail.com.

Sculpture

My sculptural work is now focused on organic forms in celebration of the sea and the rarities it contains; all at perilous risk in this time of mass extinction.

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About Sharon R. Nahill

I have been a sculptor and a potter for over 30 years. My pottery is made by traditional methods aspiring to beauty through function. The glaze palette is varied and complex resulting in simple forms with dramatic color. The sculpture is abstract with a focus on organic forms and their relationships to the human figure.
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