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Art Gallery

The OSHER@Dartmouth Art Gallery provides public exhibit space to display and view art produced by OSHER@Dartmouth members and regional visual artists from a wide ranging area. Mediums displayed include, but are not limited to, photography, water color and oil paintings, sculpting, pottery, and mixed media. Email laura.j.belback@dartmouth.edu for details regarding participation in periodic exhibits.

Students of Stephanie Reininger

Exhibit Reception:
Thursday, July 12
2:00 – 4:00 PM
7 Lebanon Street, Suite 107
Hanover, NH

July 2 – August 29
7 Lebanon Street, Suite 107
Hanover, NH
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Fridays: 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

The exhibit will display the work of OSHER@Dartmouth members who have a taken a class with, Study Leader, Stephanie Reininger.

Artists displaying:

Karen Baumgartner is retired from her work at Dartmouth College as a biological research assistant. Now she has more time to pursue some favorite activities: nature studies and painting. She has been working on watercolor painting for the past two years and was very inspired by Stephanie Reininger's classes.

Jerry Churchill

Gael ClausonGael Clauson is a retired speech-language pathologist and reading specialist who has always had an affection for artistic lettering and watercolor painting. After studying formal calligraphy, she chose instead the playful and creative style of hand lettering to decorate anything she could get her hands on. She is also a self-proclaimed pen/ marker hoarder and can be seen stalking stationary stores. Gael keeps a sketchbook journal, a watercolor journal, a gardening journal, a travel journal, a film journal and a lettering journal...some of which you will see here. She is honored to be participating in this show. Currently the Saturday demonstration baker in King Arthur Flour's Bakers' Store in Norwich and she teaches "Rock Your Writing" lettering classes at Osher. Gael lives in the Upper Valley.

Debby Crowell

Leah Goat retired after 17 years in the Dartmouth College libraries and now pursues her gardening passion as a volunteer. When she tried to take studio art in college, she was told she had no aptitude, but Stephanie found otherwise. Thank you, Stephanie! Watercolor painting is a delightful form of visual meditation.

Stephanie Gordon has been an artist and craftsperson her whole life. She trained as an artist in college and has taught art to all ages, from kindergarten to adult. She taught art at Hanover High School for 18 years before retiring. She currently teaches community art classes for adults and teens. Gordon has most recently been making encaustic paintings. Encaustic painting is a very ancient method of creating luminous art from pigmented molten waxes. The word encaustic comes from the Greek word "enkaustikos", meaning "to burn in". Each layer of melted wax must be fused to the one underneath with heat. She incorporates many techniques from other media into these encaustics. Gordon always enjoys exploring new media. She had a wonderful time and learned much in Stephanie Reininger's watercolor classes.

Winkie Kelsey

Jean Kluk discovered the joy of painting watercolors as a young mother in Connecticut. But it was not until the 2004 Washington, NH, Flea Market that she first debuted her work. Jean has since donated two renderings of the Washington Historical Society's barn for fundraising raffles and has painted numerous commissioned works. Most recently her work was selected for the 2013 Juried Regional Exhibition at the Newport Library Arts Center. Jean has conducted several watercolor workshops in Utah where she spends time skiing and painting in the Wasatch Mountains. She resides in bucolic Washington, New Hampshire. "Life is about the number of times your breath is taken away by the beauty and wonder of nature. To capture even a fraction of those beautiful moments will be my life's goal."

French McConnaughey

Sze PangSze Pui Pang was born in Hong Kong. She received a Licence de Lettres Modernes at the Université de Paris VII. She was a translator at the United Nations for 22 years. Sze started painting 16 years ago. Painting plein air has allowed her to be fully present in the moment and to truly see what is in front of her.

 

 

 

Stephanie Reininger after graduating from Colby Junior College, went on to Bennington College graduated with a BA in Studio Art. It was years after before she became serious about painting and had the time to do it. Bennington did not teach watercolor, so Stephanie took it up in the midst of raising children because it was portable and would not set the house on fire. She took workshops and joined watercolor societies, won many awards. She has painted while traveling in Europe and Mexico and continues to paint and teach wherever she lives.

 

 

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Last Updated: 7/12/18