Rosemary G. Conroy
PO Box 128
Weare, NH 03281
Yes! I am going to begin offering in-person visits to my new studio in Francestown starting in early June.
I will follow all the proper protocols as outlined by the state of New Hampshire where appropriate. (I don't have staff members so none of that applies, for example.) I ask that you don't come of course if you aren't feeling well.
But if you are well, I'd love to set up a visit!
Make an appoinment by clicking here: BOOK MY PRIVATE TOUR!
Or email me at email@example.com or call or text me at 603-315-9060.
Thanks so much for your interest and I look forward to seeing you (one at a time) soon!
It's all setup and I am so eager to show my cute new studio space off!
Studio B, as I am calling it, is two floors — the downstairs can host gatherings and the upstairs is my work space. The building, I believe, was once the original fire station for the picturesque town of Francestown, which is located on the north-eastern edge of the Monadnock area (and just six miles from my house!)
The fire station is attached to the Francestown Village Store, which everyone is hoping will re-open this summer. With a cafe!
Please sign up for mailing list so I can let you know when all these events are happening.
Thanks so much, as always for your interest and support!
(After a brief hiatus, the Wren store and gallery has re-opened (but now closed until the end of May) and I have/had been showing my work there again.)
I have a solo show planned for July 2020 with the opening reception originally scheduled for Friday, July 3 from 5 to 7 pm. [UPDATE 5/19/20: Obviously plans are still in flux and I will let you know what is going to happen. I will probably have some kind of show, but details tbd.]
My May solo show has been postponed until August, with a tentative opening planned for Friday August 7th from 5 to 7 pm. [UPDATE 5/19/20: All shows at the Harris Center have been cancelled for this summer. Hopefully I can have the exhibit next year.]
This show was going to be part of the Harris Center's 50th Anniversary celebration year and I am so honored to have been asked. The Harris Center has been part of my life since I moved to New Hampshire in 1990. Over the years, I have been a field student, a camp counselor, a colleague, and a board member of this wonderful land trust and environmental education organization.
I am dedicating my exhibit to Meade Cadot who has been a teacher, mentor and friend of mine for 30 years.
My plan to is to paint 8 of Meade's favorite birds for this exhibit — so stay tuned.
Seasonal: Christof's International Fine Jewelry & Art, Provincetown, MA
I tried showing my artwork here last year and it went to well, I am going to do it again!
Barbara, the owner, is just so wonderful, engaging, and enthusiastic, I am excited to see what Summer 2020 brings. (Aren't we all!?)
[UPDATE 5/19/20: Still waiting to hear what Ptown's plans will be for reopening.]
Christof's is located at 241 Commerical Street, right next to the movie theater. It's actually in the same building as the theater/mall complex (aka Whaler's Wharf) on the left when facing the main entrance.
Contact: (508) 487-7222
A lovely space with some very talented local artists. Amy Sullivan, who owns the business, is also curating shows at LabBelle Winery in Amherst and Portsmouth. I am scheduled to have a solo show at the beautiful Amherst location from late October 2020 until January 2021. Stay tuned for further details as they become available.
This cute little shop is also a woman-run business located in the heart of New London, just across from Tucker's Restaurant. The owner is named Kim, and you will recognize her by the big smile that always seems to be on her face. Tell her I said, hi!