Currier Museum of Art

Currier Museum of Art

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  • Adult-Coloring for Achieving Zen

    By Corinne Breton When I was in college studying fine art, I was told a tale about a group of people who my professors called the Sunday-Painters. The term was coined to describe a person who wakes up on a Sunday morning and paints with reckless abandon. Sunday-Painters have no other purpose, other than to paint. They don't care if the finished product was crafted with practiced classical techniqu...

  • Mount Washington and the Beginnings of Instagram Tourism

    By Dan Szczesny Imagine browsing an art gallery in Boston in 1870, when you turn a corner and come upon a monumental canvas, ten feet wide, bordered by an enormous, bold frame. And yet, for all its grandeur, the painting called The Emerald Pool, of a place in the White Mountains just north of you, is intimate and concealed. Despite the towering bulk of the imposing mountain behind the water fall d...

  • Art, Archives and Adventure

    This past summer I visited Mt. Washington for the very first time. I was motivated in part by the activity and excitement around the largest exhibition in the Currier's history, Mount Washington: The Crown of New England. I grew up in Massachusetts and told myself for years that my first experience on the mountain would be hiking the Tuckerman Ravine Trail. I coveted one of those "This body climbe...

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