Nashua carves a niche in the world of sculpture
There will be three featured artists participating in the symposium, including talented individuals from Korea, Mongolia and the Republic of Georgia, according to Hersh.
“Right now we have 17 sculptures in the city,” said Kathy Hersh, one of the event organizers.
The event will take place from May 8 to May 31, and the public is invited to watch the sculptors at work daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Ultima NIMCO in the millyard.
Some of the artists who will be exhibiting include Peter Dibble of Hudson, Liz Sibley Fletcher of Fletcher Pottery Works in Mason, Jeffrey Cooper of Portsmouth, Patricia Ahern, Janice Cosby, Ken Mayo, Christine Netishen, Darold Rorabacher, Julio Abuilera, Jessica Smith, Ken Gidge and John Weidman, co-founder of the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium.
“I have a fondness for interactive installation sculpture and how it relates with its environment and with viewers, without resorting to complex gimmickry,” Dibble said in a release.
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