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Past Shows ::















"Cigarettes & Blindfolds",

Saturday Evening September 14th, 6-8pm


Artwork by


Matt Wyatt


  Don't miss it...we want to see you there!



Join us this month for our new show from artist Matt Wyatt. Enjoy this body of works with us including paintings and collage.

  Join us for the artists reception to ask Matt about how he creates his pieces, what his vision is and what motivates this amazing artist.



  Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing after hours. Matt's work will be on display throughout the month of September.

  * This event is open to all who have a LOVE or interest in THE ARTS...so please bring ALL your family and friends that maybe visiting!











"Come See Joy",

Saturday Evening August 10th, 5-9pm


Artwork by


Phil Allard


  Don't miss it...we want to see you there!



  Let Phil take you on a voyage through popular art, culture and aspirations. Watch as Phil puts his own spin on the art establishment and has a chuckle in the process.

  Join us for the artists reception to ask Phil about how he creates his pieces, what his vision is and stay for a hot dog or two.

  Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing after hours. Phil's work will be on display throughout the month of August.

  * This event is open to all who have a LOVE or interest in THE ARTS...so please bring ALL your family and friends that maybe visiting!











July 2013


Mosaics by


Nikki Sullivan


  Don't miss it...we want to see you there!



  Nikki Sullivan transforms everyday objects into amazing works of Mosaic Art. Come explore the intricate works of a master mosaic artist at this memorable show.

  Join us for the artists reception to ask Nikki about how she creates her pieces, what her vision is and why she chooses the elements she uses.

  Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing after hours. Nikki's work will be on display throughout the month of July.

  * This event is open to all who have a LOVE or interest in THE ARTS...so please bring ALL your family and friends that maybe visiting!










May-June 2013


Artist's Reception Saturday Evening June 15th, 6-8pm



"Nature's Reflection Photography"

Photographs by


Dave Sordi










"On Display Throughout the Month of June, don't miss it!"







  This Month, Dave Sordi's love for the White Mountains is on display in this exceptional body of works. Dave's works capture, bottle up and preserve the essence of what it is like to really experience the region and it's mystical natural places.

  Let Dave bring you to places that will enchant you, change you and leave you in awe.

  Join us for the artists reception to ask Dave about how he creates his pieces, what his vision is is and what motivates this creative mind.





  The artist's reception planned for Saturday evening June 15th from 6 to 8pm at the Gatehouse Gallery 214 Page Hill Rd. in Tamworth. Dave's work will be on display from May-June.

  For more information, hours and questions, please call 603-725-4377. Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing - info@gatehousegallery.com.










October - November 2012


Artist's Reception Saturday Evening October 27th, 5-7pm



"Images of the White Mountians"

Photographs by


Patrick LaFreniere










"On Display throughout the month of October, don't miss it!"







  LaFreniere's love for the White Mountains is exemplified in his surreal ability to become part of the photograph which he is taking. Patrick's work traverses his interests with pieces including landscapes, wildlife and celestial shots.

  Many of us have witnessed the magnificence of our amazing White Mountains, very few have captured the fleeting moments that make this place a land of wonder. From black bear and foxes, raccoon to moose, Patrick becomes a member of the family and captures moments reserved for their inner circle.

  Patrick's technical ability shines through in his celestial night shots. Amazing photos of the Northern Lights over our beautiful landscapes explode onto canvas. The stars and moon twinkle into our hearts.





  There is an artist's reception planned for Saturday evening October 27th from 5 to 7pm at the Gatehouse Gallery 214 Page Hill Rd. in Tamworth. Patrick's work will be on display from October through the middle of November.

  For more information, hours and questions, please call 603-725-4377. Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing - info@gatehousegallery.com.










September 2012


Artist's Reception Saturday Evening September 15th, 5-7pm



"Originals and Illustrations in print"

Artwork by


Gavin L. O Keefe











"On Display throughout the month of September, don't miss it!"



"Originals and Illustrations in print" Artworks by Gavin L. O'Keefe



  Gavin L. O'Keefe's work as an illustrator and insider in the publishing world, brings us to this month's exhibit. The Gatehouse Gallery is very excited to be displaying selected originals and various books in print featuring the artwork of Gavin L. O'Keefe. Gavin's work in publishing, both in his native Australia and his home in Southern Maine continues as he creates and shares his artwork with the world. Come by and thumb through the pages of Gavin's illustrations, from Lewis Carroll and Fender Tucker to H.P. Lovecraft.



There is an artist's reception planned for Saturday evening September 15th from 5 to 7pm at the Gatehouse Gallery 214 Page Hill Rd. in Tamworth. Gavin's work will be on display through October 5th. For more information, hours and questions, please call 603-725-4377. Please E-mail us at the Gallery if you would like to set up a private showing - info@gatehousegallery.com.












August 2012


Artist's Reception Saturday Evening August 18th, 5-7pm



"The Language of Water"

Photos by


Fran West









"On Display throughout the month of August, don't miss it!"



"The Language of Water" Photos by Fran West

Fran West delights in capturing everyday magic in her photos. Focusing in on a spider web laden with the morning dew, she finds a world reflected in each droplet. Winter and summer, she records the changing moods of a New Hampshire lake from the seat of her kayak or crouching quietly on the shore. She watches in silence as loon feathers float quietly in the rising August mist, as the loons change their color and prepare for winter at sea.

Her far-flung travels give her the opportunity to capture extraordinary images. Remote and unusual landscapes like Antarctica invite her to exercise her idiosyncratic eye. Close encounters with diving and swimming penguins, fearless seals and iridescent blue icebergs draw her inquisitive eye.

Fran is also a specialty pruner, a calling that has trained her eye to observe plants in a way others often do not. Working with the natural growth pattern of the plant, she uses her pruning shears to highlight its structural beauty. The intense focus she applies to her pruning has informed her approach to photography. Working with a subject in her viewfinder, she focuses on the natural flow of the composition, intent on each detail until she is satisfied. When the photo works, it seems to speak - a kind of magic she finds worthy of sharing.

Fran is deeply grateful to several key figures in her life for influencing her love of photography. Her grandfather's portrait camera flashed brightly through her youth and her father's serious lenses captured flowers unfolding in spring, shore birds scurrying along the water's edge, and his five children attempting to grow up. Generations have yielded other film professionals. Her brother and now her son have taken the craft to a high level as videographers. All of these family members have encouraged and influenced Fran's approach to every shot she takes.

The Language of Water brings together some of Fran's favorite moments. May this title draw you to explore water's many guises and messages. And may these images inspire you to return home with new eyes for the magic in your world.














July 2012


Artist's Reception Friday Evening July 13th - Hours 6-8



"Lady Legs and Other Paintings"

by


Andrea Newland







"On Display throughout the month of July, don't miss it!"



"Lady Legs and Other Paintings" by Andrea Newland

A moody blonde stands by an idling truck ready to run with the circus. A dainty yellow couch floats in expressive color space. A wild heart with wings strains against the nails pinning it down from freedom. Red suitcase packed, a lady marches forward. Two lovers tangled in the sheets sleep in while the Indian Ocean beckons outside. A woman in polka dots stares you down, doing God knows what in the guest bedroom.

These are the musings of painter Andrea Newland.

After graduating from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design she came up with the concept for Lady Legs. Often drawing from the female form, it is as if the artist was taking snapshots and the camera fell to the ground still clicking. Without a face to determine what the subject is doing, how can we interpret their body language? Who is she? Where is she going, and how can she look so good doing it? With vibrant colors and luscious brush strokes, Newland creates narratives through painting that make you want to step inside the frame and assess the situation.












June 2012


Opening/Artist's Reception Saturday Evening June 20th - Hours 6-8



"Stone Leather Wood"

by


Todd Barber








"On Display throughout the month of June, don't miss it!"










May 2012


Artist's Reception Friday Evening May 11th - Hours 5-7



"Windows"

by


Rick Tillotson







"Artist Selected Pieces"










April 2012

Artist Reception Sat April 14th - Hours 5-7


"Another Compass For Another Mountain"
Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst





"I hope with these works to not break out of my 16-square grid, but to add dimension to them. This grid has followed my artistic career for a very long time, and I almost want to just call the rest '16'. But, as I push the boundaries, the grid disappears in places, and fluctuates from piece-to-piece in importance. It's not about the grid, it's with the grid."