Kim Ferreira | Current Exhibit
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
paintings, Kim Ferreira, art, illustration, children's illustration, nursery decor, Portsmouth, NH, New Hampshire artist, artist, animals, woodland critters, squirrel, bear, fox, raccoon, chipmunk, groundhog, forest, landscapes, oil paintings, joie de vivre
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ETA #26 @ Nahcotta


Nahcotta’s Enormous Tiny Art show, now in its 11th year, is a year-round exhibition both online and in the gallery, wholeheartedly devoted to showcasing wonderful, irresistible, and entirely original tiny art. The Enormous Tiny Art aim is, and always has been, to give art lovers, whether you’re just starting out or adding to an already impressive collection, the ability to acquire original, well-curated, small works of art.



The Enormous Tiny Art Show #26 opens on September 6th at Nahcotta in Portsmouth, NH and runs thru September 29th. All works from the show are available to view and purchase online at


110 Congress Street
Portsmouth, NH

Plumage @ Lark & Key

August 1 – September 27th

Plumage’ is a celebration of our feathered friends and the wealth of color and pattern Mother Nature has provided them. A bird’s plumage performs multiple functions – such as flight, protection, attraction and elaborate courtship displays. Feathers have also long been used by humans as decoration and personal adornment – symbolizing fertility, abundance, power and spiritual evolution in many cultures throughout history. Plumage’ features an enchanting array of mixed media artwork that explores birds, their beauty and charm, and the various aspects of their plumage
Works from this show will be available to view + purchase online prior to the show on July 31st