For most, their first solo and group gallery exhibitions happened during childhood. That gallery was the fridge door. Work deemed “Fridge Worthy” was proudly displayed to all who came for a visit.
During this time of home isolation the Museum of the White Mountains celebrates “Fridge Worthy” art and opens our virtual fridge door to everyone, any age or skill level!
Every month we will have a simple prompt where we invite you to create brand new inspired work or submit older work that matches our prompt. Then, keep an eye out for it here on the Museum’s Fridge.
February’s prompt is:
During the cold month of February, show us how you’re staying warm! Are you snuggling by the fire with pets, getting outside wearing lots of layers, starting a new creative project? Share your warm thoughts for our February prompt: Warmth!
SUMMER TO FALL
FARMS AND FIELDS
FOOD, FUN, TOGETHERNESS
DAY AT THE BEACH
WAVE YOUR FLAG
MOUNTAINS IN COLOR
WORK IN PROGRESS
WORDS AT THE WINDOW
This prompt came from Plymouth Elementary School’s Art Teacher, Alexis Eynon, who asked her students and teacher colleagues to take a photo from the window of their homes with words of inspiration for your classmates and community.