Land and Waterscapes Here and Abroad

November 6th, 2000 by Adam

Betsy Cheney

November 2, 2000

Carol Jowdy, a lecturer in the art department at Plymouth State College, presents “Land and Waterscapes Here and Abroad” at the North Country Center for the Arts Gallery, November 3 through December 3. The NCCA Gallery is located in the Millfront Marketplace.

The exhibition includes paintings and prints executed in the New England area, Canada and France. Her French paintings represent on-site studies from two recent trips — one to the south of France and one through Brittany. Jowdy is currently developing a course to take students to Brittany during Plymouth State College’s summer 2001 session.

NCCA gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday, noon – 6 p.m. and Sunday, noon – 4 p.m. Call (603)745-3113 for information.

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