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​& our OPEN DOORS EVENT in November 4 & 5, 2017 !


September 13, 2017

7 PM

A discussion with Susan E. Hanna, Fine Artist & Entrepreneur 603.582.4777

At the Lawrence Barn in Hollis, NH on Wednesday September 13th at 7:00 pm, Ms. Hanna will be presenting her time-tested ideas for presenting art professionally at both indoor and outdoor events. She will “break it down” into five focus areas including the First Impression, the Artist, the Display, the Tent, and the Business End.

The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session for as long as time allows.

Ms. Hanna spends substantial time during the summers providing en plein air oil painting demonstrations throughout New England. She has demonstrated her technique for art associations throughout New Hampshire and earned numerous awards in both juried and non-juried fine art competitions.

When she isn’t exhibiting at art fairs or painting on site, Ms. Hanna provides private lessons in her Londonderry home studio to students of all ages.

Affiliations include juried membership in the Hollis Arts Society and the Art Guild of the Kennebunks, as well as membership with the New Hampshire Plein Air Artists, the Londonderry Arts Council, and the Greater Salem Artists Association.

You may find her art in galleries, businesses, and residences from Florida to Maine and beyond, including the new Dover Art Center.

She is currently represented by Beth Ellis Cove Gallery, Ogunquit, Maine; Ingram Fine Art, Wiscasset, Maine; NW Barrett Gallery, Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Small Wonder Gallery, Camden, Maine; and Trumpet Fine Arts, Peterborough, New Hampshire.

The Hollis Arts Society has presenters every
​2nd Wednesday of each month (except for July) at 7PM.  
​The public is welcome free of charge.  

​Light refreshments are served!

Where: Lawrence Barn, Hollis, NH

New Members always welcome!  

Please check our MEMBERSHIP page!

Our members come from many surrounding towns in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire!



OCTOBER 11, 2017

7 PM

Noble Farrow


Noble Farrow is a local Brookline artist with a passion for art and nature. These passions combine to create her intricate, free-hand, pyrographic works of art. While in college she had opportunities to explore most media and forms of art, however pyrography has been self taught. She has taught high school visual art, adult classes in various creative centers and several private teaching sessions. Her teaching experience was very rewarding for her as she found a great passion for seeing and creating inspiration in others. She has had many commissioned work opportunities ranging from murals and portraits to collaborating with writers as an illustrator.

Noble now resides with her husband and two children in Brookline, NH and creates out of her home studio. When creating any kind of piece, be it acrylic painting on canvas, watercolor, pastel, illustrations, sketches or pyrography, Noble depends on her artistic eye to create. Every single piece she has created has been done free-hand. Never using any projection, stencil or other tool to aid in the sketch. Pyrography is artwork created on wood with the controlled application of a heated tool or pen. Unlike any other medium, burning wood is unforgiving and mistakes are not an option. Creating animals’ likenesses onto wood, and capturing their playful, inviting personalities is one of the most fun ways she has ever created. Noble loves knowing that she’s simply continuing the piece of wood’s journey. Like people, every piece is unique, and if she has a part in making a moment of its journey beautiful, she feels blessed.

She is currently teaching teen studio classes and adult classes at Wild Salamander in Hollis, as well as offers wood burning workshops at the Townsend Senior Center. Her mural work can be seen at RMMS elementary in Brookline where she volunteers her skills with another artist to create a fun and enticing entryway for the children and staff of the school where her daughter currently attends. Many of her works can be viewed and purchased at the Wild Salamander in Hollis, Frame Depot in Milford and Picket Fence gift shop in Mont Vernon.


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