Momentum XIII / Arthur DiMambro

April 25 – May 31, 2015

Lauren Gillette / Carly Glovinski: Momentum XIII

Arthur DiMambro: Select – A One Man Show

Opening Reception Saturday, April 25, 5-7 pm

Lauren Gillette

Lauren Gillette

Carly Glovinski

Lauren Gillette / Carly Glovinski

Momentum XIII

The George Marshall Store Gallery is pleased to present Momentum XIII the annual exhibition which showcases the work of the recipient and finalists of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Artist Advancement Grant. This significant grant provides financial support to individual artists and craft people in our region.

Lauren Gillette is the 2014 recipient of this prestigious award. Using a combination of text, illustration, drawing, sewing and objects her work is thought provoking and memorable. She is a chronicler and biographer and boldly explores ideas and subjects inspired by the absurdity, hypocrisy and naiveté she observes in society and human nature. She received her BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1983 and has exhibited her work at the Portland Museum of Art, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, and in various venues across the country.

Carly Glovinski is recognized as the 2014 grant finalist. Her work investigates patterns, objects and organizing systems found in everyday life with a mixed media practice heavily rooted in all aspects of drawing. Concurrently with the “Momentum” exhibition she has a solo exhibition titled Land-Line at the recently launched 3S ArtSpace in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She has exhibited across the country as well as London and her work was selected for the 2011 Portland Museum of Art Biennial.



Fish and Fruit on Blue, 2014, oil on panel, 20″ x 20″

Arthur DiMambro

Select – A One Man Show

Arthur DiMambro is a passionate and prolific painter. For the past twenty years he has been painting full time and has been a regular exhibitor with the gallery in both group and solo exhibitions. He has developed an authentic and distinctive style and enjoys painting a range of subject including still life, landscapes and the figure.


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