Rosemary G. Conroy
PO Box 128
Weare, NH 03281
Yes! I am offering in-person visits by appointment to my new studio in Francestown and will be having regular open hours for walk-ins starting in mod-September.
Of course, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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!
My new work space, 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 just re-opened this summer.
Please sign up for mailing list so I can let you know when events are happening.
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!?) I delivered a selection of new ocean-themed paintings there in early June and they are being very well-received.
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.
This wonderful retail space is adjacent to the Gallery at Wren on Main Street in this lovely White Mountain town. The organization helps support women artisans, craftspeople and artists and I am proud to be part of it.