Look at Art, Drink Wine, Visit with Friends and EAT CHEESE
Art of Wendilee Heath-O’Brien at the Snowvillage Inn
OPENING NIGHT Wednesday MARCH 1st
February 25st, 2023 (Eaton Center, NH) Wendilee Heath-O’Brien, of WHOPaints is exhibiting her paintings at the Snowvillage Inn in Eaton Center, NH, March –April 2022. The opening takes place on Wednesday March 1nd from 4:30-6pm. The event is free and open to the public. The bar will be open and a charcuterie board for enjoyment. Meet a friend, Look at Art, Drink Wine and Eat Cheese.
Wendilee Heath O’Brien is a talented water, pastel, oil and Asian Ink artist whose whopaints Studio and Gallery is located in Winter Harbor, Maine. As an artist, her vision is clear with diverse media and styles that are grown from Quaker practices and convey a deep reverence for nature. She calls herself an Interpretive Realist. “Nature is worth capturing in its raw form, but no matter how ‘photographic’ one might be, there are always choices. ” Owner/Innkeeper of Snowvillage Inn (with Kevin Flynn) Jen Kovach says “Wendilee’s art is thoughtful created and her aesthetic is a wonderful match to the natural beauty here at the Inn.”
Jen and Wendilee have been board members and participants of a Maine/New Hampshire based group, Designing Women. Karen Perry started the organization in Portland Maine in 1994 to bridge art and community, sponsor shows featuring female artisans from New England, and to work directly with organizations who benefit women and girls in the community.
Snowvillage Inn is located in Eaton Center, NH, just 10 minutes south of North Conway off Route 153. There are magnificent views of Mount Washington and the Presidential Range. Owners/Innkeepers are Kevin Flynn and Jen Kovach.
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