MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Arts Commission (M|A|C) is presenting a new art exhibition on display at City Hall on Elm Street in Manchester. Featured local artist Nancy Johnson is presenting more than 20 original works. The exhibit is on display starting April 30 through to the end of June as part of M|A|C‘s “Art on the Wall in City Hall” gallery.
The public is encouraged to visit anytime during City Hall business hours to view Johnson’s work. In addition, the public is invited to an opening reception on Thursday, April 30 from 5 – 8 p.m, in conjunction with “Open Doors Manchester” Trolley Tour. Johnson will be present to discuss her art work.
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About the artist: Nancy Johnson was born and raised in Massachusetts and has been a New Hampshire resident since 1989. She has always had an interest and passion for art since her early childhood. She has been involved in the computer industry since the late 1960s. She participated in the early development of computer animation and computer art programs as well as developing text and graphics software for the publishing industry. Her retirement has now allowed her to focus on her first love, art.
After taking courses and pastel workshops with various artists, she fell in love with the brilliance and permanence of the medium and now paints exclusively with pastels. Her artwork consists primarily of landscapes, florals, and still life. She enjoys painting landscapes, scenes, and house portraits that others commission using color to capture the mood and create and image that become a permanent memory.
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