Multiple dates from Tuesday, September 3rd to Thursday, September 26th
“96 Mantras” is the title of artist Anita Muse’s October exhibit at the Gafney Library in Sanbornville. Muse talks about the exhibit this way, “"96 Mantras" is a show of spontaneous drawings collaged to canvas. Most were drawn at odd moments, without planning, using whatever materials were conveniently at hand -- copier paper, yellow tablet paper, graph paper -- so the work is not archival. For that reason, it is not offered for sale but rather for ephemeral enjoyment of a creative experiment.”
Muse further explains her work, “My work is all about color and pattern and how they can be combined to elevate mood and energy. I have adopted the square format almost exclusively and designs develop intuitively from the center. The act of making art is a form of meditation and it is my intention that the viewer be energetically shifted into a higher dimension while viewing the exhibit.”
Anita Muise is a self-taught collage/mixed media artist and former librarian who embraced mid-life crisis, dropped out of the corporate world, and moved to rural New Hampshire to become creatively self-employed. Anita’s Beads on Route 153 in Wakefield, New Hampshire is home to Anita's art gallery which is open during shop hours or by appointment. Visit AnitaNH.com for more information. You can reach Anita by telephone at 603-522-6529 or by email at anitaNH@roadrunner.com
“96 Mantras” may be viewed through October during library open hours of Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 1:00 to 7:00 pm and Friday and Saturday 9:00am to 12:30pm. For more information, call the Gafney at (603) 522-3401 or visit our website at www.gafneylibary.org.
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The event runs from 1:00pm to 7:00pm on the following dates.
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- September 3rd
- September 4th
- September 5th
- September 10th
- September 11th
- September 12th
- September 17th
- September 18th
- September 19th
- September 24th