Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen reopens for the season on April 6

Hayden, courtesy.

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Miller, courtesy.

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Rollason. Courtesy.

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Published: 04-03-2024 7:00 AM

Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen reopens for the season on Saturday, April 6. 

“Pushing Our Boundaries,” Twiggs Gallery’s first exhibit for the 2024 season opens on April 6. The spring exhibition showcases the collaborative talent of four League of NH Craftsmen artists. Woodworker Steven Hayden, textile artist Cheryl Miller, ceramist Lori Rollason, and mixed media artist and calligrapher Adele Sanborn collaborate as the 9th State Artisans.

Each artist has selected a quote or poem and formulated a challenge to the group. “Pushing Our Boundaries” showcases the result of this creative collaboration.

The exhibit opens with an artists’ reception on Saturday, April 9 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Twiggs Gallery (254 King Street in Boscawen) and runs through May 19.

“What’s fascinating about this exhibit is how these four artists, working in completely different media, push each other creatively. They are exploring new things and working outside their comfort zone to create new work. They really are pushing themselves beyond their boundaries!” shared gallery director Laura Morrison.

Call for NH Artists: When Pigs Fly

Juried 2024 Summer Exhibition (July 20 – Aug 31). Deadline for Entry is May 19. All NH artists are eligible. $25 Entry Fee. Juror is Donna Catanzaro. Enter via ArtCall at

“When Pigs Fly” invites an imaginative exploration where the ordinary is transformed into the extraordinary. Artists are invited to challenge conventional notions and embrace the fantastical.

Silly or serious, mystical or magical, truth or fiction, political or personal…we welcome broad interpretations based on the theme.

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