Giving back at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen

“Kay Nikte,” a blown glass drum by high-schooler Justine Cruz.
“Kay Nikte,” a blown glass drum by high-schooler Justine Cruz.
Hand-formed “cobblestones” created by Kathy Hanson.
Hand-formed “cobblestones” created by Kathy Hanson.
“A New Leaf” by Judith Copeland, painted on fused glass.
“A New Leaf” by Judith Copeland, painted on fused glass.
“Flow,” by Steffen Morgenstern. “This sculpture was designed for the appearance of movement and flow indicative of snowboarding and skateboarding,” Morgenstern wrote.
“Flow,” by Steffen Morgenstern. “This sculpture was designed for the appearance of movement and flow indicative of snowboarding and skateboarding,” Morgenstern wrote.
A handbound stab binding book by Molly Tobin.
A handbound stab binding book by Molly Tobin.
“Evening in Spring,” a sculptural box by Laurel MacDuffie.
“Evening in Spring,” a sculptural box by Laurel MacDuffie.
Two of Kit Cornell’s “Six Ways To Get A Handle On Things.”
Two of Kit Cornell’s “Six Ways To Get A Handle On Things.”

The latest exhibit showcases artists who have received scholarships from the organization over the past five years

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