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Governor Wentworth Arts Council invites you to visit GWAC member, Betty Flournoy Brown's solo show currently on display at Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro NH. 


About the artist:

In her studio, Flournoy Brown paints a field of saturated reds and oranges, inspired by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude and Rothko. The colors reflect our earth's dense, molten core. 


Further, on location in various New England sites, she paints the local colors of the water, trees, flora and land over the red and orange field with which she began the piece. Flournoy Brown leaves part of the color field untouched to represent our earth's core, in hopes that attention to our fragile, beautiful earth can be noted and work be done to protect it. 


While painting on location throughout New England, Betty Flournoy Brown focuses on the impermanence of the natural world, our connection to it and climate change. 


Flournoy Brown has been committed to the arts since childhood and studied at the University of South Florida, the Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston and the Art Institute of NH.  She has exhibited in New Hampshire at the Museum of the White Mountains in Plymouth, Rochester Museum, MET Gallery and Main Street Gallery in North Conway and The Art Center Gallery in Dover.  In Massachusetts she has exhibited at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge and the Addison Gallery in Orleans. She has been a featured guest on the "Inside Out" program on NH Public Radio where she discussed landscape painting. 


GWAC encourages you to visit her exhibit at Huggins Hospital now until March 23, 2024 during regular operating hours. You can also learn more about her work at, and 

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