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LAYERS & LANDSCAPES - February 2020

Our gallery is located at 2013 Main Street in Bethlehem, NH.
We are open from 11 am - 5 pm, 7 days a week.


LAYERS & LANDSCAPES features the work of two North Country artists - Kim Druker Stockwell and Melanie Barash Levitt. Kim Druker Stockwell and Melanie Barash Levitt represent the best of a generation of mid-career painters establishing their unique voices and points of view. Levitt, based in Jackson, and Stockwell, based part-time in Bethlehem, will present two bodies of work that celebrate the colors, textures, themes and vistas of the North Country.

Melanie Barash Levitt is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Graphic Design. She has been a graphic designer for the last 20 years and worked on the creative team for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Upon moving to Jackson and starting a family, Melanie developed Jackson Art Exploration as a way to expose young children to art. Since then, she has taught a variety of classes for kids and adults at her studio. Melanie currently resides in Jackson, NH with her husband Daren, and two daughters, Logan and Eden.

Kim Druker Stockwell paints fictional and nonfictional portraiture of The White Mountains and surrounding nature in the Bethlehem, New Hampshire area. She uses different mediums for different expressions of her subject including oil paint and gouache. Kim has created a veritable cast of characters in her trees and vegetation that contend with the subtle and not so subtle light that comes and goes during the day. In 2016, Kim graduated from the School at the Museum of Fine Arts, MFA program in Boston where she lives with her husband, three children and dog.