MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Arts Commission (M|A|C) is presenting a new art exhibit on display at City Hall on Elm Street in Manchester. The public is encouraged to visit anytime during City Hall business hours to view Ryan Costa’s works. In addition, the public is invited to an opening reception on Thursday, April 21 from 6 to 8 p.m, in conjunction with Open Doors Trolley Night. The artist will be present to discuss his art work.
Costa is a member of the New Hampshire Artists Association. His artwork can be found at ryancosta89.wix.com/gallery. He can be contacted via email: email@example.com. Check out M|A|C on Facebook: facebook.com/manchesterarts; and on Instagram: @manchesterartscommission.
Ryan Costa is an acrylic artist and special educator on the New Hampshire seacoast. As a self-taught painter, he has only been creating within the medium for a few years. “My work tends to explore local landscapes, but also explores textual references, symbolism, and the significance of memory. I tend to use bold colors and thick lines in an impressionistic style, and wish to create a dynamic image,” says Costa.