Artists’ Exhibit – “Do You See What I See?”

            Six New Hampshire artists, known as High Season Artists, take ‘flights of fancy” from what is usually seen as the ordinary and the mundane. Their work will be on exhibit at the Epsom Public Library from March 11 – April 22.      

Kathy Hanson, Russet Jennings, Mary Nichols, Ann Saunderson, Mary Straub, and Teresa Taylor have worked together for a number of years, always attempting to push their boundaries and skills.  Working in charcoal and pastel, they present works that provide wonder, humor – and worry!  Done over the past year, the works were inspired by Boston artist/teacher Bill Flynn’s workshop on drawing from observation to metaphor by depicting everyday objects in various settings. The insights derived from Flynn’s workshop set the group forward on a new path of discovery. Their goal was not to create realistic representations but rather to search for relationships, hidden energies, the unknown, and the mystery contained within what is usually beneath our notice.

The members are grateful to the Kimball Jenkins School of Art for giving them studio space in which to work..

A reception for “Do You See What I See” will be held on Friday, March 10 from 5 – 7 pm