'Continuing the Tradition' exhibition on view at NH Craftsmen gallery


April 18. 2013 11:41AM

CREATIVE VIEWS: On view in a League of New Hampshire Craftsmen exhibition in Concord, this piece by artist Terri Talas is titled "Carved Shed Caribou Antler with Burlwood Base." 







CONCORD - Featuring a host of art ranging from glass objects made with found objects to meticiously crafted metal knives, "Continuing the Tradition," featuring the work of juried members of the League of NH Craftsmen, opens Friday, April 19, at The Gallery at the Craft Center, Suite 100, 49 S. Main St.

A reception will take place from 5 to 7 p.m., and the showcase will remain on display through Wednesday, June 19.

On display are June Adinah's fiber pieces, which are made using wet felting and Nuno techniques; David Masury's furniture with its sweeping lines and soft carvings; Wendy Jackson's pottery featuring lively sgraffito images of animals; Nanda Soderberg glass objects made with found objects; and Zachary Jonas' exquisite metal knives - and much more!

Gallery hours for this exhibition are Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 224-3375, send E-mail nhleague@nhcrafts.org or log onto nhcrafts.org.
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