The Crowell Art Gallery Presents

October 2021

Newfane – The Crowell Gallery at the Moore Free Library presents an exhibit by the Saxtons River Art Guild, October 2nd – 30th. There will be an artist reception October 23rd, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Refreshments will be served outside.

J.Dimick October 2021

Visitors will see a wide variety of media, style and subject matter created by 14 members of the guild. Some artists included in the exhibit:

  • John Dimick has been drawing and sketching his entire life. He took up watercolor when he retired from teaching and coaching at BUHS. He paints detailed street scenes of Brattleboro and natural settings that he encounters while running. John is a Signature Member of the Vermont Watercolor Society, and his work can be found frequently at Vermont Artisan Designs in Brattleboro.
  • Donna Bascom Lund is a resident of Alstead, NJ and is a long-term member of SRAG. She uses watercolor or pastels to show the viewer what she sees in nature, the atmosphere, the light and dark, the mood and magic. Viewers describe her work as calming and peaceful.
  • Liz Winchester-Larson, from Keene, NHJ, works with colored pencils and shows her work frequently in the Monadnock Region, and is described as working in the still-life genre, achieving rich color and intricate detail in her work.

The Guild awards a yearly art scholarship to a qualified senior from an area high school. It also sponsors a variety of activities that include classes taught by award-winning artists, weekly open studio hours, bus trips to museums and galleries, and opportunities to exhibit in various venues. The Guild was established in 1976, its purpose is the advancement and encouragement of the fine arts. It has about 80 members who live primarily, but not exclusively along the Connecticut River Valley in New Hampshire and Vermont, and who are either active artists or people interested in the arts.

Admission to the exhibit is free.
The Crowell Gallery is open during library hours:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 1 pm to 5 pm,
Fridays 2pm – 7pm , and Saturdays 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Masks are required inside the gallery.