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Student Show at Huggins Hospital Features Work of Local Teen Artists, Wolfeboro NH

March 13 @ 8:00 am - March 25 @ 8:00 pm

Have you visited the Student Art Show at Huggins Hospital, yet?
Governor Wentworth Arts Council’s first student show has been running since December
and will continue to March 25. The show features the work of two local high school artists.
Elora Logan enjoys using charcoal, pastel, acrylic and pencils; mediums she is better able
to reshape and add to her pieces. Logan finds pleasure in many subjects but tends to focus
her paintings around surrealism. Both of Logan’s featured pieces are drawn in charcoal.
Hannah Hartley loves to sketch and paint, especially eyes and people while also dabbling in
sunflowers. Hartley finds God’s creation beautiful and tries to capture it in her art. Both of
Hartley’s pieces are painted in watercolor.
It has been Governor Wentworth Arts Council’s pleasure to assist these talented youth
artists by sharing their work. The organization is particularly proud to have professionally
framed Logan and Hartley’s works at The Art Place of Wolfeboro thanks to a grant from the
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.
You can learn more about Governor Wentworth Arts Council’s support of the arts in the
eastern Lakes Region at governorwentworthartscouncil.org
Featured photo: Hannah Hartley’s watercolor piece entitled “Sunflower Fields” recently sold
at the Governor Wentworth Arts Council’s Student Show currently hanging at Huggins
Hospital in Wolfeboro NH.


March 13 @ 8:00 am
March 25 @ 8:00 pm
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