• Paintings, Prints and Pastels, the Medallion Committee at Work

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    June 05, 2019
    The Medallion Opera House is proud to be featuring a new showing of the work of five North Country artists.  Sharing their visions of light, form and color, these five artists represent a broad spectrum of style and media.  In addition to their passion for art, they are bonded by their commitment to the Medallion Opera House and their positions on that erstwhile organization’s board. 
    For many years, these artists have been committing their visions of beauty to paper and canvas. The work includes paintings in oil, acrylic, water color, and pastel as well as linocut prints.
    Your presence will assure the success of this event!  The Medallion Opera House warmly welcomes you to join us in making this a special and memorable occasion. 
    The reception will be held on Friday, July 12th, 2019 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at The Medallion Opera House (Gorham Town Hall) Railroad St. Gorham, New Hampshire.  Finger food and light refreshments will be served and Bruce Kimball will provide his saxophone magic.   Admission is free.
                                                                                     The Artists
    Tim Sappington is a Randolph-based architect, set designer, animated film producer and painter who has sold his artwork all over New England and is represented by several galleries.
    O’Brien (Ben) Murphy is well known for his depictions of the area landscape. His primary mediums are color pencil and acrylic on canvas.  Ben’s work graces cooperate, public and private collections throughout the United States.  He resides in Gorham and is a faculty member of White Mountain Community College.
    William Scolere is a retired art educator.  His work is nationally known, and he works in numerous media but has limited this show to his most recent block prints (linotypes).
    Jean Scolere is a retired educator who specializes in watercolor painting.  As subject matter, she chooses small everyday items of beauty.  Many paintings reflect her love of gardening.  Jean’s paintings appear in several private collections.
    Claude Pigeon is a retired architect and construction professional, a guitar aficionado and landscape painter who works primarily in pastel and watercolor.
    Denise M. Vallee
    (603) 466-3322
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