SPRING AT ARGH

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EQUINOX

Several artists are welcoming the new season with art so warm and colorful that you'll almost believe you're in a fresh Spring garden.  The image shown is called "Four Directions" a print by renowned Native American artist Jaune Quick-To-See Smith.  Come Thursday, or Friday  evenings from 3 to 7 or Saturday when we ususally open earlier and stay open til 7, or anytime you pass by and see the "OPEN" flag out, or call us at 603-682-0797 and we'll meet you there., See pieces by Gisele Pinard, Diane Sykeny, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and more.

MAY 4TH AT THE ROCHESTER MUSEUM OF FINE ART!

 

ROBERT INDIANA

The Rochester  Museum of Fine Arts, in association with The Argh Gallery, is pleased to  announce a one-day-only exhibition featuring a genuine "LOVE" screen  print signed by Robert Indiana. The event will take place in the Bernier  Room, at the Rochester Community Center, on Saturday May 4th from  1-3pm. Light refreshments will be served. The public is encouraged to  attend.  At the Rochester Community Center, 150 Wakefield St. Rochester, NH

Robert Indiana (born Robert Clark; September 13, 1928 –  May 19, 2018) was an American artist associated with the pop art  movement. His "LOVE" print, first created for the Museum of Modern Art's  Christmas card in 1965, was the basis for his 1970 "LOVE" sculpture and  the widely distributed 1973 United States Postal Service "LOVE" stamp.

In  1994, Robert Indiana did a limited run of green “LOVE” prints to  benefit the Greenpeace organization. Indiana personally gifted one of  the prints to Sarah Knoy, director of the Greenpeace offices in Chicago,  IL. 

Currently valued at $5,000, Knoy and The ARGH  Gallery (Manchester, NH) are happy to display the print at the Rochester  Museum of Fine Arts and offer it to collectors and art enthusiasts. 

About the Current Exhibit and More

CALL TO ARTISTS!

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SOON there will be a public call for artists to submit works to a July show at ARGH called "LIGHT"  If you're an artist and that word inspires you, you should send us the images you think fit.  The pieces must be no larger than 3ft. square and be ready for hanging;  there is a submission fee of $25 and you may submit 2 pieces; if you wish to submit more than 2 you may do so for an additional $25 per 2 pieces; PLEASE look for information SOON; deadline is June 21st.

MAY BE

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Our next show should be opening on THURSDAY MAY 9TH!  We have several new artists ready to display at ARGH and we are sorting out the lineup for the May and the June shows... it's just a matter of call and response at this moment but circle your calendar for MAY 9th from 5 to 8 pm at ARGH, 416 Chestnut St., Manchester.

SPRING

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By ARGH owner/artist Kevin J Kintner, Mobius Garden is another image of the season that is on  display currently at ARGH