Portrait & Headshot Photographer • Plymouth, New Hampshire

Art After Hours!

Open Studio with Art & Live Music on May 27

You’re invited!

Now that many of us are *vaccinated against COVID-19, Art After Hours will return! Join us for an open studio on Thursday, May 27 from 4:00 -6:00 p.m., at 2 Post Office Square, Plymouth, NH.

The front door of Maundy Mitchell Photography studio, with the Art After Hours flag outside

Come see changes to the studio, and the newest tintype room!  I’ll share my latest portrait work, including tintypes and new mixed media pieces, and musician Mark Flynn will play saxophone outside.  

Mark Flynn began playing the saxophone at age nine. His early influences included Clarence Clemons and Van Morrison. He began to play music at “open mic” events, and in bands.  He discovered that making music was a great way to meet new people. Mark lives in Plymouth in a house that he built.  He teaches at Plymouth State University, in the English Department.

Maundy Mitchell's studio outside with sidewalk chalk; musician Mark Flynn plays saxophone on the sidewalk in Plymouth, NH; the styling room at Maundy Mitchell Photography; the front door with "People are beautiful" sticker; the antique Deardorff camera Maundy uses to make tintype portraits

Come, say hello again in person!  Enjoy music and art!  You can find out how portrait sessions work, see recent portraits, chat, network, or just enjoy the company. 

*We want to continue to protect our community, so we ask that everyone wear a mask, even if you’re vaccinated. 
UPDATE 5/25/21: According to the most recent CDC guidelines, fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing if no other state or local rules are in place. Yesterday, Plymouth’s Select board rescinded the town’s mask mandate.  This means that the use of masks at this event is optional for fully vaccinated people.