Kim Ferreira | Forward @ Nahcotta
Oil paintings by Kim Ferreira, featuring an array of anthropomorphic woodland critters against a backdrop nodding to french rococo landscapes.
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Forward @ Nahcotta

 

I am delighted to be participating in a very special show at Nahcotta this December, FORWARD, conceived in the spirit of generosity, altruism, kindness, and doing good in the world, for those we may personally know as well as those we may never meet. It’s about paying it forward, realizing that small acts, when multiplied, have the power to change the universe. As Maya Angelou has said, “What you learn, teach. What you get, give.”

 

 

FORWARD includes the work from a grouping of 11 artists selected by the gallery – Emma Ashby, Jeremy Miranda, Kozy Kitchens, Ned Roche, Amanda Blake, Amy Brnger, Dani Ives, Alison May Kiphuth, Laura Berger, Alex Warnick and myself.

For this December’s FORWARD, Nahcotta will donate 25% of the sales of each artist’s work to the the non-profit of their own choosing. I have chosen to donate to the Wildlife Conservation Network.

 

 

The opening reception for this show is Friday, December 7, from 6-8 p.m. at Nahcotta, located at 110 Congress Street in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.