Ecoart: Vision, Imagination, & Place


At the center of this project was a community dialogue and interaction—to unearth and draw from the rich soil of community and personal memory, story, and history; reminding the young of what came before, and how things came to be as they are today—to learn from the past and the long sight of the elders in the community. It was also about what could arise out of the ruins of this once thriving city—new uses for old industrial buildings, and renewed appreciation for the natural resources coursing through the city of Yonkers, New York.

Photo credit: Ann Rosenthal & Steffi Domike, “River Vernacular.” Permission and images provided by the artists.

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Gallery Hours

The Karl Drerup Art Gallery will be closed until Feb. 6 while we install our next exhibit THE TOOLS YOU NEED: Recent Works by Jason Swift. Our regular hours are:

Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri:
10AM – 4PM
10AM – 8PM
1PM – 4PM

And by appointment.

(603) 535-2614
Mailing Address:
17 High St., MSC 21B, Plymouth, NH 03264
Physical Address:
150 Main St., Draper & Maynard Building, Plymouth, NH


Cynthia Robinson
Gallery Director

Mike Heitz
Admin. Assistant

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