Upcoming Exhibitons

Jennifer Moses: In Brightest Day in Blackest Night

A painting of hands and arms stylized in a game of "rock paper scissors"

February 12 - March 30, 2024

Jennifer Moses explores opposing visual and conceptual themes which both collide and coexist—the comic vs. the tragic, line vs. shape, and flatness vs. the illusion of space. Moses's work combines abstraction and representation, most recently shifting from personal reflection to political expression.

Martha Groome, '67: Progression

Abstract painting. Layers of blue, black, and grey in straight lines layered on top of each other.

April 15 - May 11, 2024

Martha Groome (BA '67): Progression, presents an evolution of the artist's style from realist landscapes to an abstract language that distills the subject to its essence.

The Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

a painting of two children blowing out birthday candles at sunset.

April 15 - May 11, 2024

The Senior Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition celebrates the achievements of degree candidates graduating from the Department of Art and Art History at the University of New Hampshire.


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