Center For The Arts Presents First Friday Gallery Night!
New London NH– The Center for The Arts First Friday Gallery Night continues the tradition of monthly gallery openings this Friday, May 4, 5:30 to 7 PM. Stroll five galleries in New London, meet the artists and enjoy some refreshments. The New London Inn hosts Vicki Koron; Bar Harbor Bank features the work of Ludmila Gayvoronsky; and Whipple Hall will host The Proctor Academy Students.
Joining CFA for Gallery Night is the New London Hospital with an Opening Reception in the Main Lobby starting at 5 PM for artists Garrett Evans, Charles S. (Whitey) Joslin, Jr. and Penny Koburger. Also this month, the new Emil Nelson Gallery will be open. All First Friday events are free and open to the public.
Gallery openings artists:
In her late 20's, Vicki arrived in Northern California with a husband and several young children. Such a busy time but there was also the opportunity to start painting classes. California was a hotbed of artists, and there were outstanding teachers. So there it bega
By the time our children were more independent, we were living near Philadelphia. And in that city is one of the most outstanding art schools of the Old Academy tradition, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Vicki enrolled and graduated from their four-year program. She was on her way.
Vicki taught art for 10 years after ‘the academy'. Workshops and painting trips in the U.S. and Europe keep me up to date in the art world today.
After graduating from the Sourikow's Art Academy in Moscow, Ludmila was the winner of a Gold Medal at the Festival of Art in January, 1968 and received the Special Recognition at the Spring Art Competition in Moscow in May, 1969. She became a member of Gorkom Kultury – an organization of nonconformist artists in 1976 and had participated in numerous exhibitions in Moscow, Russia, and in Austria. Ludmila immigrated to the United States in 1980 and lived for 12 years in Brooklyn, NY then moved to Newport, NH in 1993. She taught Fine Art at Lebanon College for almost 20 years and gives workshops locally. In her work, she utilizes classical art forms and images transforming them into contemporary vision. Ludmila builds her own world of images which are fantastic, romantic, and mystical.
Proctor Academy Students
The Proctor Academy Arts Department believes that every student has a perspective of their world that is valid and worthy of expression. Through a wide diversity of disciplines, the Arts at Proctor seeks to assist students in developing a path to expression of this perspective that employs Passion; Vision; Action; Intention; and Reflection and allows for the continuation of arts education at the collegiate level and beyond.
Students participating in this exhibit include; Amy Zhou ‘20, “Beautiful little things in life”, Watercolor : Cameron Robie ‘21, “Bad Dog”, Oil on canvas; Emma Brophy ‘18, “Bubble Gum High”, Oil on canvas; and
Allison Rylander ‘18, “A Mile in My Shoes”, B&W Photograph.
These exhibits will be on display through July 31.