The Fifth Mountain Mural - Be a Part of the Big Picture at The Park Theater in Jaffrey, NH. What they have is an image showing the 288 panels that are being put together to create a new landscape of Mount Monadnock for the reopened Park Theatre. Take a look at Panel 252 on the mural for Nan's Image.
The Hillsborough Area Artisans are a group of artists and crafts people that represent just a sampling of the wealth of talent and creativity found in the Hillsborough, NH area. Nan's Link on that page.
The National Oil & Acrylic Painters' Society was organized in 1990 for the purpose of "governing, administering and maintaining such activities as will provide a national forum and standard of excellence in which artists can fully express the media of oil and acrylic on canvas and panel." The primary objective of this not-for-profit corporation is the annual national juried art exhibition and competition. In 1991 the first exhibition took place with 100 artists submitting 300 paintings to the jury panel.
International Society of Acrylic Painters Founded in 1995 as NAPA-USA, a chapter of the British Society of Acrylic Painters, the USA group has grown by leaps and bounds and now stands on it own as ISAP-USA, The International Society of Acrylic Painters.
Finicky Framing is a small working studio operated by Barry McFarland and his wife Kathye, Hillsboro residents for over 20 years.
The Gallery at Well Sweep occupies a beautiful barn in historic Hillsborough Center. Originally owned and operated as an antique shop by Edith Withington-Kyle the barn still reverberates with her personality. Foremost among these reminders is the massive fieldstone fireplace reaching from the brick hearth to the ceiling rafters. Engraved on a small cement marker set in the hearth, is the date 1937, along with a drawing of the well sweep outside.
Nan McCarthy recently became an Associate Member of The Miniature Painters, Sculptors & Gravers Society of Washington, D.C. (MPSGS). MPSGS was founded in 1931 and is the oldest Miniature Art Society in the U.S. Membership is by invitation only, with Associate Members being artists living outside of the Washington, D.C., area. www.mpsgs.org
The Association of Miniature Artists (AMA) was founded to encourage the study of the historical precedents of traditional miniature art, preserve the unique techniques of rendering miniatures, foster a consensus of definition, and to enable a spirit of cooperation among members in support of each other and the formal societies dedicated to the advancement of this endearing art form. The ultimate goal of the AMA is to develop an international standard for miniature art today.
Fine Art America allows artists to upload their images to www.fineartamerica.com and sell prints to a global audience of art collectors. Fine Art America fulfills each order on behalf of the artists — taking care of the printing, framing, matting, packaging, shipping, collecting payments from the buyers, and sending profits to the artists. Each print is manufactured at Fine Art America's production facility and delivered ready to hang with a 30-day money-back guarantee.