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Explore sculpture on the grounds at Langdon House

May 28, 2015

Blue Dancer

All week long, artists from across New England are installing their artwork on the grounds and in the historic rooms of Governor John Langdon House in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Their work appears in the upcoming exhibition Sculpted Spaces, Historic Places, presented by Historic New England and the New England Sculptors Association.

Join us for the opening on Friday, June 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., and see exciting pieces like Michael Alfano's Metal Dancer (above).

Learn more about the exhibition and its upcoming programs, including gallery tours and artists demonstrations. See a gallery of work on display.

In addition to Langdon House, select pieces are on view on the grounds of the Sarah Orne Jewett House Museum and Visitor Center in South Berwick, Maine.

plein air painting

Posted by Lennie Mullaney on June 7, 2015
I am a member of NH Art Association and also Discover Portsmouth. I lead a plein air group on Wednesday mornings for NHAA. We would like to paint at historic homes in Portsmouth, i.e.: Gov Langdon and others. For a group 5-8 people, may we paint without an entry fee?

plein air painting

Posted by Linda Marshall on June 8, 2015
We would be happy to have the NHAA plein air group paint on the grounds of our Portsmouth properties. There is no entry fee. Enjoy!

Linda Marshall
Regional Site Manager, North Region

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Explore sculpture on the grounds at Langdon House