On exhibit until the end of September 2017:

Barbara Perry’s Art Show

Barbara Perry is a local juried artist of the Mount Washington Valley Art Association. She enjoys painting local scenes, landmarks, old barns and the coastline from Maine to Florida.

She took her first watercolor class at The College for Lifelong Learning which is now Granite State College in the year 2000. Since then, she has taken classes from a number of different instructors. Barbara started selling her work about eight years ago. She sells originals, prints, and note cards. She will also does personalized paintings from photos that are provided.

Barbara’s work can be seen for sale at The Met Coffee House, Zeb’s Country Store, Main St. Art in North Conway and the Remick Museum in Tamworth.

The exhibit is open during regular Madison Library hours in the downstairs John F. Chick Room through the month of September.

The library’s Chick Room has exhibit space for hanging artwork, and two-month-long art shows featuring local artists are planned throughout the year. Artists interested in exhibiting at the library are invited to review our Artistic Display Policy and Agreement, and contact us to arrange an exhibit time.

We’re looking for artists interested in displaying their work for two-month blocks starting in February 2015.