One River, Many Views features three artists exploring the theme of the Connecticut River and responding to its beauty, power, and history. Artists Nancy Diessner, Brenda Garand, and Janet Pritchard work in a variety of media, including photography, drawing, printmaking, and sculptural forms, at times using the river water, its soil and its flora as part of their creative process. The exhibit also includes reflections written by ten members of the Upper Valley community who live, work, and engage with the Connecticut River. They include creative writers, scholars, and residents, including those from the Abenaki, agricultural, recreational, and other communities for whom the river is an important part of their daily lives.
The One River, Many Views exhibit is on display from July 23 – October 30, 2022. Visit www.saint-gaudens.org for details.
Please note: The exhibit, reception, and talk are free once in the park; National Park Service charges a fee for admission.
Saturday, July 23, 2022 4:30pm
Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park139 Saint-Gaudens RoadCornish NH 03745
Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park
Lisa Niven, (914) 944-1608
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