The League of N.H. Craftsmen headquarters on South Main Street is displaying an exhibit called “Patterns,” featuring the work of juried League members. “The League represents the highest quality craftsmanship and innovation, and this exhibition does not disappoint,” according to a press release. “Juried members have stepped up to the challenge of a specific theme and each has made it his or her own in surprising, unpredictable, and refreshing new ways. Surface treatments, textures, imagery, colors, and forms have all been explored and the results will sooth, surprise, entertain, and provoke. Nearly all media areas are represented, including baskets, fiber (wearable and decorative), wood, printmaking, metal, pottery, photography, and glass.”
The exhibit will be on display until June 14. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Most pieces on display are for sale. For more info, go to nhcrafts.org.