ART UP FRONT STREET studios and gallery believes creativity and community are the essence of happiness and personal growth. When we work together to share ideas, build our businesses, or teach others, we create a TON of good energy.... and art.

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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Painting in the Garden at Art Up Front Street

This is one of our favorite easy, open-ended, no-stress things to do when the weather is nice. Sign-up by email.
Thursdays, June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18.
10AM to 1PM
Pick one day or all days!
Bring your materials.... it can be ANYTHING you want to do... drawing, writing, collage, painting,...
We have chairs, tables, room for your easel, umbrellas, and a canopy if needed. Parking is on the left rear side of the studio in the back lot. Bathrooms, water, accessible... plus nice people. 
Open to all abilities and mediums. Take a break with us to sketch, paint, or watch a process. There is always tea... and cookies. 

$5 each day. 
SIGN-UPS NECESSARY. No drop-ins. Thanks.

Sign up by email to artupfrontstreet@gmail.com

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Adrift the Surface... exhibit at Art Up Front Street, July 12-31


We are thrilled to announce our exhibit ... by Laura Harper Lake.
Laura will be wowing us with her mixture of dreamlike suggestions, human form, and alluring imagery.

Laura Harper Lake is an interdisciplinary artist, with a prime focus on painting, illustration, printmaking, and mixed media. She graduated with a degree in Studio Arts from Chester College of New England in 2007. Harper Lake has exhibited her work in various New Hampshire, Maine, and Boston, MA galleries, as well as had her work included in local and regional publications. Harper Lake is a permanent artist represented at the Art Up Front Street Studios and Gallery in Exeter, NH, and works under the name Artful Harper Studios. Harper Lake's feature exhibit on July 12, 2019 at Art Up Front Street Studios and Gallery is entitled "Adrift the Surface". Through small, delicate oil paintings, Harper Lake explores the physicality of the floating human form in a dream like state, delving to what is deeper within. The emotional release of weightless-ness and the submergence of stress and anxiety are concepts that are explored in Harper Lake's latest body of work.

Opening reception July 12, 4-8. Exhibit through July 31.
See facebook for more event info.