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Impermanence: Landscapes

by Betty Flournoy Brown

Landscapes by Betty Flournoy Brown will be exhibited at Meredith Village Savings Bank, 66 North Maine Street, Wolfeboro. Sponsored by The Governor Wentworth Arts Council, the exhibit runs from December 4, 2021, through April 23, 2022.

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

Committed to the arts since childhood, Flournoy Brown studied at the University of South Florida, the Museum School of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Art Institute of NH. Exhibits in NH include the Museum of the White Mountains in Plymouth, Rochester Museum of Art, MET Gallery in North Conway, Vynn Art Gallery in Meredith, and Dryup Art Gallery in Plymouth. In Massachusetts, she exhibited at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge and the Addison Gallery in Orleans. She was also a featured guest on the “Inside Out” NH Public Radio, discussing landscape painting.

More information can be found at bettybrownfineart.com, governorwentworthartscouncil.org, mwvarts.org, and wcanh.org.

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