The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Arts Program invites you to our Summer Art Exhibit Opening!
This new exhibit showcases 8 amazing artists as well as beautiful wood creations from members of the Upper Valley Woodturners.
5:00pm at the DHMC Level 4 Lounge (next to the South Entrance Information Desk and Parking Garage entrance) we will be serving light refreshments.
At 5:30pm there will be remarks and brief introductions of the artists followed by a self-guided Art Walk to their exhibit galleries.
The Summer 2018 Show includes:
"Miss-Match" by Becky Cook and NatEli: A collaboration of photographer NatEli and artist Becky Cook. Creating a juxtaposition to NatEli’s close up photographs inspired Becky to explore different compositions and approaches using several mediums; pastel, encaustic, oil, and watercolor.
Robert Chapla: An oil and acrylic painter, Robert Chapla's pieces are impressionistic with bursts of enhanced color. "Rhythms and textures play an important role in my work. I paint a lot of cows because I live near them here in Vermont and because they tend to enliven the landscape.” http://www.robertchapla.com
David Eckert (1942-2009): David was a PhD chemist who enjoyed rock collecting and watercolor painting. As his Parkinson’s disease progressed, David continued to paint by adapting his technique. He created 256 watercolor paintings as well as hundreds of stone cabs and rock jewelry. While David was unable to show much of his work in his lifetime, his wife and sons proudly share his efforts and talent, knowing he would have if he could have.
Larry Harper: Photographer Larry Harper owns Robinswood/Portrait Design Photography, a 28-year old New Hampshire Photography firm based in the Kearsarge Region. Larry's photography includes portrait, wildlife, scenery, and macro photography. In recent years, he has traveled to a number of international locations including Iceland, Finland, Eastern Europe, the deserts of Southwest, and Central America. In all of Larry’s work, he looks for detail, variations in light, and different angles to photograph both subject and scene.
Doris Ingram: Doris has been painting for almost 50 years. Particularly enjoying painting en plein air because of her love of the outdoors and nature. Although watercolor is her favorite medium, she also paints in oil. Some of her favorite painting subjects are old buildings, farms, seascapes, and landscapes as well as portraits.
Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink: Oil painter Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink’s favorite subject is portraiture, which allows her to capture the subtle revelation of the person’s mood and personality. In all her work she, "reveres to the beauty of nature and the design that nature offers to us to see. To notice all of these hidden treasures in the obvious is a gift for the artist." ww.tatianafinearts.com
Anne Ward: Anne is currently working with oil paints on either gallery-wrapped canvas or panels. She describes her painting style as "representational impressionism" focusing mainly on local landscapes -- with and without architectural features. This helps her to imbue her work with a "sense of place". www.annewardarts.com
Upper Valley Woodturners: Members of the Upper Valley Woodturners use a variety of species: cherry, walnut. maple, as well as other rarer trees, and explore different techniques including dyed, painted, burned, carved and epoxied. The result is impressive and varied, showcasing the art of turning wood into bowls, sculptures, and beyond. http://uppervalleywoodturners.com/
Level 4 Mall Lounge by the South Entrance Information Desk
(Next to Parking Garage Entrance)
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756
Most artwork is available for purchase. 25% of sales benefit the D-H Arts Program. All sales are handled by the artists.