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Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Piermont Artist:

Jane Oakes


Jane, a Piermont resident for 49 years, started crafts in 4H and has been working at them since then.  Some of her talents are in stained glass, wood carving, oil painting, ceramics, and most recently floral arrangements, wreaths and Christmas ornaments.  She belongs to and sells at two craft associations, one in Peacham, VT, and the other in Lebanon, NH, where she is an officer.

Formally a 4H Club Leader and NH Extension Leader, she now teaches a class once a month at Horse Meadow Senior Center where she supplies the materials so each person can take home a finished product. 

 joakes@yourbudgetlumber.com


Monday, December 11, 2017

Artist: Janet Hamilton

Portraits of Piermont  1970’s and 1980’s

Photographer Janet Hamilton, an elementary school teacher by profession, has been a resident of Piermont since 1970, before recently moving to Kendal in Hanover, New Hampshire.  Janet had no formal training in photography.  She said that photography is strictly an avocation for her.  She also explained that she photographed her subjects in a natural setting without lights.
Carrie Putnam

“I personally knew all the Piermonters I photographed and knew that they are valuable to the Town.  I loved photographing them – it was a joy for me.”  Janet Hamilton

*More at the library.  Come and enjoy.
Bill Veghte
Rev Robert Robb
Bill Dube

Barbara Robb
Ralph & Pauline Webster

Cynthia Underhill
Elizabeth Veghte

Tuesday, October 3, 2017


The Show and the Artist
by Nancy Griswold
Still Life with Apples


Sawyer's Mountain
“I have always enjoyed coming to the Piermont Public Library.  It has become a refuge during quiet winter months and short days when I have more time for visiting and reflection.  I appreciate this opportunity to share my art images of Piermont and close surrounding towns along the valley  For more information on my art, check my website: www.ngartsite.com .”


5 by 7 cards 
Eagle Cliff Franconia Notch


A White Mountains View

Round Pond, Newbury Vermont
Upper: Farm at Four Corner
Lower: Vermont barn
Autumn Explosion

Monday, August 28, 2017

UP COMING HUMANITIES-T0-GO EVENT

Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki

"Best Original Band" 

Songs of Emigration: Storytelling Through Traditional Irish Music

*Thank you, Humanities Council

 Traditional Celtic Music

"Tirrell-Wysocki’s fiddle is brisk, lean, and exceedingly lovely…One can feel the strength and resolve of the people who have nurtured this music over the centuries…The fiddle practically cries with emotion through out its melodic journey while true old world charm fills up the back drop."
- Bill Copeland Music News


Program:Old Church BuildingWednesday, September 27, 7 PM  
Music and light refreshments



Please join us for fun and music.  Free admittance.


Piermont PublicLibrary
Piermont Historical Society

Monday, August 14, 2017

Artist: Robin Ascher


Lake Tarleton from Boat Landing

Robin Ascher studied pottery in Seto, Japan and received her Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute in New York.  She has worked as a textile designer and art teacher. She is a Juried Member of the New Hampshire League of Craftsmen.

Lake Tarleon Beach
Robin draws and paints from nature, as well as incorporating natural designs into her pottery. She has been coming to Lake Tarleton since 1992 and moved here in 2006. Autumn is her favorite season on the lake and she spends many hours painting its splendor.


You can see more of her artwork at www.robinascher.com