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LITTLE RIVER ORIENTAL RUGS - 10 N MAIN ST


mcgowan fine arts - 10 hills ave

McGowan Fine Art announces “Inertia”, a group show, from July 18-August 25
free and open to the public

In the past months artists have brought in a lot of fresh work that has not been featured in shows. The upcoming show, “Inertia”, will feature the art that has us excited, and gives us the opportunity to show it off in the current gallery space at 10 Hills Avenue.
Some of the featured art will be the large scale underwater paintings of Kat O’Connor, the colorful geometries of Bethany Cole Rymes, and the whimsical birds of Cathy Chin.

The featured artists are: John Bonner, Matt BrownCathy ChinBethany Cole RymesBecky DarlingRick GerberPat GerkinMaggie GreenAmy Goodwin, Catherine GraffamGary Haven SmithMark JohnsonYoudhi MaharjanMelissa Anne MillerLucy MinkKat O’ConnorJames PalmigianoDerrick Te Paske, Catherine TuttleSandy Wadlington, and Molly Wensberg.

This exhibit will be on display at McGowan Fine Art, 10 Hills Avenue, Concord, NH. Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 10 to 6 PM or by appointment. The gallery will be closed on Saturdays in August to work on the interior of our new space.  Please call Sarah Chaffee at 603-225-2515 for more information or visit our website. Stay tuned for details on our big move.


GIBSON'S BOOKSTORE - 45 SOUTH MAIN

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Saturday, October 14th, 2017, 2 p.m. at Gibson's Bookstore, 45 South Main St, Concord. Free and open to the public.

Sy Montgomery and Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, two of the world's most celebrated animal writers, come together for a fabulous event as they present Tamed and Untamed: Close Encounters of the Animal Kind. This collection of essays explores the minds, lives, and mysteries of animals as diverse as snails, house cats, hawks, sharks, dogs, lions, and even octopuses.

Drawing on stories of animals both wild and domestic, the two authors, also best friends, created this book to put humans back into the animal world. The more we learn about what other animals think and do, they explain, the more we understand ourselves as animals, too. Writes Montgomery, "The list of attributes once thought to be unique to our species, from using tools to waging war, is not only rapidly shrinking, but starting to sound less and less impressive when we compare them with other animals' powers."

With humor, empathy, and introspection, Montgomery and Thomas look into the lives of all kinds of creatures, from man's best friend to the great white shark, and examine the ways we connect with our fellow species. Both authors have devoted their lives to sharing the animal kingdom's magic with others, and their combined wisdom is an indispensable contribution to the field of animal literature.


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