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Seacoast Artist Association

Seacoast Artist Association


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About Us

The Mission of the Seacoast Artist Association is to enhance knowledge of, and stimulate interest and appreciation in, the variety of creative arts available throughout Seacoast New Hampshire, by hosting exhibits for established and emerging artists; providing a gallery to house works of art, collaborating with other arts organizations, and by providing art education, mentoring and scholarship opportunities for students pursuing a degree in the arts.

The Seacoast Artist Association in Exeter congratulates their seven 2022 art scholarship winners. For the last 34 years, the scholarship committee has worked with local public high school teachers and guidance councilors who choose a talented senior from each school who is continuing on with their art studies at college or university. Donate at SAA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) and donations are eligible tax deductions. Ongoing donations are needed and can be sent to the SAA, 130 Water St., Exeter, NH 03833. Tel. (603)778-8856. Your gift has the power to make a difference...and thank you!

Exhibit Coordinators: Annick Bouvron-Gromek and Jane Davis Copp
Board President: Dave Turbide



Exeter Bandstand, watercolor by Doris Rice
Swazey Parkway, watercolor by Bill Childs
Spring Thaw Birches, acrylic by Jane Davis Copp
Wintry Marsh, Oil & Cold Wax by Lynn Krumholz
Night Walk, monotype by Annick Bouvron-Gromek
Snowbound, watercolor by Barbara London
Kancamangus Panorama, photograph by Dennis Skillman
Dune-Fence, acrylic by Dave Turbide
Great Blue Herons, photograph by Charlene Yelle
Effortless, oil by Anita Freeman
Conway Scenic Bartlett NH, photograph by Dave Saums
Snowy Egret, fiber art by Christine Blomquist
Exeter Powder House, watercolor by Barbara Cowan
Exeter After the Rain, oil by Debra Woodward
Exeter by the River, watercolor by Carol Poitras