The League of N.H. Craftsmen headquarters is displaying two very different exhibits right now. Both “Then and Now” and “Journey” opened Sept. 27 during Capital Arts Fest, and each will be on display until Dec. 20. “Then and Now” is designed to celebrate the development of a craftsman’s personal style and expertise in their craft media. This exhibit features works in a wide range of mediums. “Journey” features the work of three encaustic artists exploring personal landscapes on wood, stone and paper. Ranging from abstract to representational portrayals across three continents, this show offers a fascinating journey into 21st century encaustic fine art.
The gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.