WHERE WE LIVE
Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast
“A virtual art exhibit celebrating the places we call home. Where We Live aims to better connect us, as individuals, to the beauty, diversity, and importance of the places we call home. Housing is our mission, but what is housing without the people who call it home?”
Enormous Tiny Art #27
March 6-29, 2020
Opening Reception, Friday, March 6, 5-7pm
My paintings are available on this page of the Enormous Tiny Art website.
New Paintings in Pop-Up Exhibit in P’Town
Information about this exhibition can be found here.
I’m on TV!
WMUR Channel 9 (NH)
Wednesday, April 10, 7pm
A few weeks back I was interviewed in my studio by Mary Paige of NH Chronicle. This segment – “Proving Bigger isn’t Always Better” – is about Nahcotta Gallery’s Enormous Tiny Art Show and NH Chronicle interviewed me and another local artist from this show!
Artist Talk – Neither Here Nor There
Saturday April 6, 4-6 pm:
I will be part Neither Here Nor There – a conversation with the artists of Vicinity. Hope you can join us! This event will be going on in conjunction with Spring in the Square which features a variety of events throughout the day in Capitol Square in downtown Arlington.
March 15 – May 10, 2019
I have 10 paintings in Vicinity. Opening reception is Saturday, March 16 and I will be giving an artist talk on Saturday, April 6 from 4-6pm.
Works in the exhibition can be seen here.
March 1 – 30, 2019
Opening Reception: March 1, 5-8pm as part of Portsmouth’s Art’Round Town
New work at Nahcotta Gallery in the next Enormous Tiny Art Exhibition. These works feature mixed media drawings mounted on wood. Pieces in the exhibition can be seen and purchased on the ETA website or on the current works page of my website.
This past October, I was fortunate enough to have eight paintings featured PORT-smith, a journal of art, words, culture, & place. Copies of the journal can be purchased at local book stores and on the PORT-smith website.
In August 2018 I spent a week-long residency in Gloucester, Massachusetts in the Rocky Neck Artist Colony and completed a series of 7 paintings.
Images of these works are on the current work page.
In March 2018 this piece was included in ArtPM at Buoy Gallery in Kittery, Maine.
I will have 6 new paintings in ETA 23 at Nahcotta Gallery in Portsmouth NH.
My work can be found here.
An archive of past events from 2008-2017 can be found on my old website: staceydurand.com