Annual “Wonders of Water” Community Art Exhibition to feature photography
Published On: April 12th, 2023
2023 “Wonders of Water” Art Exhibition to feature photography
GMCG is happy to announce the fourth annual, 2023 “Wonders of Water” (WOW) community art exhibition happening this August and into the fall as an online show and traveling banner, viewable at GMCG and your local library. This year GMCG is switching up the WOW format! GMCG welcomes artists of all ages and inclinations to explore the meaning of water through the medium of photography. Submissions will be accepted through Tuesday August 1, 2023. Submissions must be made through email. Send a digital file of your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org. No files over 10 megabits in size will be accepted. Submissions are limited to just one photograph, so pick your best! Photographs must contain fresh water and be located within the state of New Hampshire or Maine. In the email include your name, title of your photograph, location or site description, and anything else you would like the viewer to know about how captured the photograph and what it means to you. Completing a submission does not guarantee inclusion in the exhibition. Selected photographers will be notified of their acceptance by August 11.
In addition to the virtual galleries displayed below, a traveling banner featuring the exhibition is also hung outdoors at libraries across the watershed each fall.
2022 Virtual “Wonders of Water” Art Exhibition:
Several artists in the 2022 exhibition have offered their artwork for sale. If you are interested in purchasing one of the following pieces please email Moselle Spiller at email@example.com.
Artist: JP Goodwin
Title: Above the Gorge
Price: $175 (50% will be donated to GMCG programs)
Artist: Patrick McManus
Titles: Help Stop Ignorance, Waterfall Acrylic on canvas
2021 Virtual “Wonders of Water” Art Exhibition:
About the “Wonders of Water” 2021 Community Art Exhibition
Every year Green Mountain Conservation Group invites local artists of all ages and inclinations to join in the “Wonders of Water” (“WOW”) annual community art exhibition to raise awareness and appreciation for the importance of clean water. Artists are invited to a celebration of all things water through art, poetry, performances, and any other creative expressions. All artwork submissions will be shared virtually in an online gallery on GMCG’s website, and artists have the option of submitting their physical artwork to be included in a public showing. Digital artwork submissions are featured on a traveling outdoor banner to be displayed throughout the watershed through the fall.
Partners promoting the “WOW” exhibition include: Effingham Library; Freedom Library. Sandwich Library; Madison Library; Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth; and the Conway Library. GMCG is seeking more partners for 2021 and if you would like to help promote the event or hang the banner at your local business or organization please write to GMCG at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GMCG’s motto is “Healthy Waters, Healthy Communities.” Since 1997 GMCG has worked to protect water through research, education, advocacy and land conservation.
2020 Virtual “Wonders of Water” Art Exhibition:
The 2020 Traveling WOW banner:
Above: The traveling WOW banner at the Samuel H Wentworth Library in Sandwich. 2021 artists will be displayed on a similar traveling banner this fall.
Thanks to our partners:
Chocoura Public Library
The mission of GMCG is to promote an awareness of and appreciation for clean water and the wise use of shared natural resources across the Ossipee Watershed and advocate strategies to protect them.