July 10, 4-6 pm
Plymouth’s monthly art walk is July 10! Join us for an open studio on Wednesday, July 10, 4:00 -6:00 p.m., at 2 Post Office Square, Plymouth, NH.
Walkabout Wednesday is coordinated by the Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University. You can find a map of participating artists and businesses HERE.
This month, I will host artist Betsy Ayotte, who will show some of her beautiful paintings and prints.
A long-time resident of New Hampton, NH, Betsy discovered her passion for art later in life. A self-proclaimed ‘regular person’, Betsy has always had an artist’s soul. A foam plate printmaking class at Plymouth State University whet her appetite for creating and her discovery of abstraction opened a world of joy and depth and emotion. While her work is not directly influenced by any one well-known artist, she is drawn to Edward Hopper’s representations of light, Wassily Kandinsky’s abstracts, Paul Cezanne’s tones and feeling and Claude Monet’s ability to tell a story. Betsy’s greatest influences and inspirations come from the community of local New Hampshire artists that share their love, encouragement and art with abandon.
Betsy paints with acrylics, using a pallet knife for representational work, fluid acrylics for abstracts and foam plates and gel plates for printmaking.
Alongside Betsy, I will show some of my new photography work. And if you haven’t seen the expanded studio, come get a tour!
Come, drink wine, eat chocolate! You can find out how portrait sessions work, see recent portraits, chat, network, buy art, or just enjoy the artwork.
Stop by Maundy Mitchell Photography on 7/10. Betsy Ayotte and I would love to see you.