The playing field

Art

It’s the bottom of the ninth. Two outs. Three balls, two strikes. But the pitcher’s mound and the bleachers are empty. Tyler Lafreniere, a Brooklyn-based...

Chases garage opens for season

Art

Above: Stick Fort by Cait Guinta Chases Garage opens its gallery for the season with a reception for “Sticks and Stones” on Saturday, May 23,...

Drink and Draw starts up at 3S

Art

A new event, currently scheduled for the last Tuesday of every month, invites all creative types to Drink and Draw at Block Six, the restaurant...

The eyes have it

Art

Sam Paolini is a visual artist, clothing designer, community organizer, curator, publisher, and teacher. She is a force putting eyes on unconventional art. In 2010,...

In the present

Art

Dragging a vintage ironing board to the ocean was Rose Marasco’s way of honoring someone she read about, a housewife without time for her art....

Modern family

Art

Above: wood sculpture by Edwin Scheier, collection of Brian and Stephanie Fischer; sugar bowl by Mary Scheier, on loan from the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen...

Call to Artists

News, Art

A new creative collaboration between The Sound newspaper and the Prescott Park Arts Festival aims to put the press in Prescott Park. The two Portsmouth-based...

One good thing

Art

Twenty years ago, Mary Harding thought she’d take some time away from work. She resigned from the Barn Gallery in Ogunquit, Maine after four years...

Thresholds and borderlines

Art

Above: a detail from “Through Dangers Untold” by Jocelyn Toffic Jocelyn Toffic’s art takes her from the Seacoast to Iceland and beyond by Dylan Metrano...

Cabinet of curiosities

Art

but its quirky charm remains When the Woodman Museum opened in 1916, its first curator lived on site, collecting winged things in a net at...

Dark side

Art

pop-up show in Rochester Over the past four months, Beth Wittenberg has created roughly 250 drawings, halfway to her target of 500, for a series...

These walls talk

Art

Sarah Orne Jewett was so taken aback by some of the wallpaper in her uncle’s house that she described it, and the tiny spiders she...

In the details

Art

Carly Glovinski alters perceptions with 3S Artspace’s inaugural exhibition words and photos by Chloe Kanner There’s a folding lawn chair with a rainbow motif, a...

Work of art

Art, Lifestyle, Music

An inside look at 3S Artspace as it readies for its grand opening by Jenn Hastings Though he’s sitting on a couch inside 3S Artspace,...

Learning experience

Art

Above, It's a goddamn mess by Christopher Pothier Gallery at 100 Market demonstrates the influence of N.H. Institute of Art By Chloe Kanner In more...

Calls for art

Art

The New Hampshire Art Association is accepting submissions for the 29th Annual Omer T. Lassonde Open Juried Exhibition. It will be on view from April...

Call for art

Art

The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts is accepting entries for its Biennial 2015 Exhibition, which will be on view April 6 to Sept. 26, in...

The importance of prints at UNH

Art

Above, detail of “Mattie Lee,” a print by Willie Cole. Cole Rogers, a Master Printer with Highpoint Center for Printmaking, will discuss the importance of...

aRtPM drop-off and show off

Art

Everyone participating in the aRtPM Challenge, by creating a new personal best piece of artwork during the month of February, can drop off the work...

Foot notes

Art

Portsmouth Athenaeum tells “New England Shoe Stories” through historical collections Words and photos by Chloe Kanner In the 1780’s, Patty Rogers received a handwritten invitation...

Life during wartime

Art

An exhibit of combat photojournalism shows the realities of war By Larry Clow, photos by Nathan Webster The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq lasted some...

Inch by inch

Art

Enormous Tiny Art makes the most of Nahcotta’s space The 17th bi-annual Enormous Tiny Art show opens at Nahcotta on Friday, Feb. 6, with a...