Spring has finally arrived in Meredith, NH, but wearing a heavy winter coat!

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We have just returned from a whirlwind and very bumpy trip to Costa Rica to see the National Parks and wildlife of that beautiful country.  We were lucky enough to see this male quetzal in his mating splendor, long tails feathers swirling in the wind as he flew away.  Lots of photos on the way but right now that vegetable garden has to get planted in spite of this cold weather.

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Don’t forget to get over to the Lakes Region Art Gallery at the Tanger Mall to try to win my “Wake-Robin” photo (see photo below under Photography news) which is up for the Free May Art Raffle. Also check out the window where I have been selected to show my wildflower and spring scene photos.

Pottery

I have had an exciting spring in that I was invited to become a member of Artisans on the Bay which is group of artists local to Meredith Bay. Come see the great work on display at Oglethorp in the Mill Falls Complex.  We all participate to keep the cooperative space up and running so you can come in and meet the different artists when they work. Call 603-279-4411 to find out when a particular artist will be available. I am currently exhibiting photographs from Lake Waukewan and local wildlife. I also have lots of pottery on display and for sale. Come in and say hi!

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I have more of my pottery on display and for sale at the the Long View Country Store, Route 3 in Meredith, NH.  “A Real Old-Fashioned Country Store!” 603-279-3021 and on Facebook. Also visit my Pottery page on this site for news and updates  (click “Pottery” on the banner above).

Of course, I always love a visit to my pottery, Oak Hill Studio, at 17 Forest Hill Road, Meredith, NH 03253. Just give me a call at 617-999-5267 and we can set aside a time to get together. And please. Keep checking this site, sharonrnahill.com. I promise to be better at posting updates and new events.

Photography

I am very slowly editing the landscape photographs from my trips to the national parks.  They chronicle the hikes I have taken. If you are interested, wander over to my Photography Page (click on “Photography” in the banner above) and check out the slide shows (zoom in to enlarge the show). Right now you can see The Florida Everglades, Crater Lake, Redwoods, The Great Smoky Mountains, Lassen Volcanic, and, newly added, Zion National Park Collections. If any interest you or you would like a print, please contact me (617-999-5267, sharonrnahill@gmail.com, or this site).

I am currently editing photos from Bryce Canyon National Park and I hope to add those and others from the “Utah Five” National Park trip that Jim and I took last year.

My photographs are on display and for sale at the Lakes Region Art Association Gallery at the Tanger Mall in Tilton, NH. until the end of May and again in the fall. My photos of woodland flowers and spring scenes are featured in the window at the LRAA Gallery and this one, called Wake-Robin, is being offered for the free May raffle. Get over to the Tanger Mall to try your luck!

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I am also excited to now be exhibiting photos and pottery at a new cooperative artists collective called  in Meredith, NH. 603-279-411, Mill Falls Marketplace. Lovely work created right here in the Lakes Region.

 

About Sharon R. Nahill

I have been a potter/sculptor 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. In the past ten years, I have become very interested in Photography and I spend a lot of time hiking in the wild spaces of the the National Parks and at home here, in NH. I also love capturing the sites in my garden and the wildlife on the lakes. You can see my photos displayed at the Lakes Region Art Association Gallery, in Tilton, NH and on the "Photography" page of this website.
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