Marlow Art Colony
Marlow Art Colony was formed in 2001 to foster creativity and encourage active expression of individual talent. Most of the members have been to the Cornish Art Colony started by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1885. We talked about his idea of an art colony and have used that as a bases for what we are doing. It started with Susan Rock, Gerry Plotts, JoAnn Hartwell, and Mary Blank, meeting in Susan's woods. (Bob Rock's property right there on the pond, the yellow cottage which can be seen from the store). Just painting under the trees in her front yard. We just gather together, whom ever, to work together sharing information, critiques, etc.

Announcements and Events

May 5, 2014

Marlow Art Colony
Summer Art Drop in Sessions
Mondays, 9am-12pm
at Murray Hall

Today we began meeting at Murray Hall for the Marlow Art Colony Summer Art drop in sessions. ANYONE can come by from 9 to noon every Monday to paint, draw, sketch, craft....whatever....with our summer artists....please join us!
Annual Exhibit
Art in the Woods

Art in the Woods is an outdoor exhibit, weather permitting, and usually includes jewelers, poetry reading, wood turning, photography, singing of original music, and stained glass, as well as oil, watercolor, and acrylic painting. Exhibits are set up under the trees in Susan and Bob Rock's yard, next to their yellow cabin on Marlow Pond.

Directions

From Concord: I-89 north to Rt. 9.  Then Rt. 123 (a right turn) through Stoddard to Rt. 10. Take another right at the stop. Two miles to Marlow Village Store. Exhibit is first driveway on right after the store.

From Keene: North on Rt. 10. First driveway on the right after the intersection with Rt. 123 into Marlow Village.

 

Watercolor painting by JoAnn Hartwell 

 

Photos

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