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November 06. 2013 9:46PM

Visions of Europe

Institute of Art celebrates inspiration of the Old World


 


VISIONS OF EUROPE: Teresa Fasolino’s painting of “Princess Elisabeth” joins a slate of artists on a trip abroad this season. The New Hampshire Institute of Art will celebrate the opening of a new exhibit, “Visions of Europe: An exhibition of works inspired through European study, traveling and living,” in the lobby at 1 New Hampshire Ave. at the Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth through Friday, Dec. 20. Works by Fasolino, Milton Glaser, Alan Feltus, Brad Holland, Jim Burke, Lani Irwin, Ellen Weinstein, Gary Kelley, Leigh Guldig, John Thompson, Rich Pellagrino, Giselle Potter, Paul Rogers, Roger DeMuth, Patrick McCay, Allison Cole, Bill Cass, John Dykes and Damon Lehrer are on view, along with pieces by NHIA students, faculty and alumni. 

Teresa Fasolino's painting of "Princess Elisabeth" joins a slate of artists on a trip abroad this season. The New Hampshire Institute of Art will celebrate the opening of a new exhibit, "Visions of Europe: An exhibition of works inspired through European study, traveling and living," in the lobby at 1 New Hampshire Ave. at the Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth through Friday, Dec. 20. Works by Fasolino, Milton Glaser, Alan Feltus, Brad Holland, Jim Burke, Lani Irwin, Ellen Weinstein, Gary Kelley, Leigh Guldig, John Thompson, Rich Pellagrino, Giselle Potter, Paul Rogers, Roger DeMuth, Patrick McCay, Allison Cole, Bill Cass, John Dykes and Damon Lehrer are on view, along with pieces by NHIA students, faculty and alumni.


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