Hot Pink Dounut!
Robert Moore’s Food Paintings Are HOT! PINK DONUT is so much fun to look at. It is 36 x 36 and available in our LocalWorks Marketplace Bethlehem location, open with Mud Season Hours, Friday – Monday, 10am -5pm. #wrenworksnh #foodart #robertmooreart #earthfarmer #localart

Stick Stars!

Stick Star
Wendell Shaffer recently restocked her popular Wrapped Stick Stars. They are in two sizes Medium 34” $34.00 & small 18” $26.00. Available at both our locations ; LocalWorks Marketplace WREN, Bethlehem, 10am – 5pm. LocalWorks Gallery WREN, Omni Mt Washington WREN, open with seasonal hours.

Our Biggest Gallery Show of the Year Opens on First Friday!

Join us on Friday, April 6th from 5-7pm in the Gallery at WREN for the opening reception of ATMOSPHERES, the Annual Spring WREN Member Show, featuring the work of over 70 members!WREN-April-2018-image-for-PR

Rosewater Toner from Half Wild Arts

Half Wild Arts Rosewater Toner
New Rosewater Toner, $18.00 from Half Wild Arts, this traditional, undistilled toner is made by Ruth Ann Hacking with witch hazel twigs and fresh rose petals. Available at both our locations; LocalWorks Marketplace WREN, Bethlehem, open 7 days a week, LocalWorks Gallery WREN, Omni Mt Washington, open with seasonal hours.

New Tea Towels

Tea Towel
New Tea Towels! Oversized, made with the softest flour sack material, with 5 different designs, durable and machine washable, made in Montpielier, VT. Avalilable in our LocalWorks Marketplace WREN, Behtlehem location. Open 7 days a week 10am – 5pm.

Super Sunday: 24th Annual Meeting & Members Only Sale

Join us for a Super Sunday at WREN on Sunday, March 18. Start with shopping at the semi-annual members only sale (30% off everything in the store and gallery -that’s right 30% off!), snack a little, and then attend the annual meeting. Find out what’s been happening at WREN, elect new directors and support the community. What could be better?

Zelda’s Is Back!

Zelda's Zuccini Reliesh
We have been restocked with Zelda’s popular Bread & Butter Pickles & Zucchini Relish. Soon we will also have her Pickled Beets & Dilly Beans! Avaliable at our LocalWorks Marketplace WREN, Bethlehem store, open 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm.

Meet the Artists of PEOPLE AND PLACE

On Friday, March 2, from 5-7pm the Gallery at WREN presents the opening reception of People and Place, featuring paintings by Andy Frost and Rachel Van Wylen. The paintings explore concepts of identity, intimacy, and inspiration through the parallel lenses of abstract portraiture and modern traditional landscape painting. Faces become windows into inner worlds, while sweeping landscapes and intricate architectures reveal poignancies about longing, belonging and what it means to be home. Van Wylen likes to paint on location because it gives her an authentic experience of each place, to smell the air, see the light from the windows flickering on the walls of the rooms, and talk to the people who call that place home. Frost explores the concept of neighbors in his bold and colorful pieces, each one an homage to an artist, friend or family member in a style that embraces the innocence and joy of childhood.

The exhibit is part of the First Friday events in Bethlehem, which include exhibits at 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center.
People and Place is generously sponsored by Leigh Starer Landscape Design.


Andy Frost_Gallery Shot 12-10-17Andy Frost describes himself as a “multi-media, multi-disciplined, multi-cultural, visual and word artist.” He studied at Boston College, Plymouth State University, and at the University of Oregon. His work has been featured in galleries and cultural centers, including the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA, the Provincetown Center for the Arts and Museum in Provincetown, MA, the Pagus Gallery in Norristown, PA and the Siena Art Institute in Siena, Italy among others. His writing and artwork have been published in The Tequila Review, Boston Arts Journal, The Grub Street Rag and The Drum Magazine. Art, for Frost, articulates otherwise inexpressible emotions, and provides light in a world that often feels quite dark.


Photo, Rachel Van WylenRachel Van Wylen’s interest in the idea of places and spaces began when she was a graduate student in New York City, living in a tiny apartment, which eventually led to an interest in exploring the freedom of ‘plein-air’ or ‘outdoor’ painting. Originally from Michigan, Van Wylen studied Art and English at Gordon College, fine art in Orvieto, Italy, and at the New York Academy of Art, where she earned her MFA in 2009. She has won high profile art competitions, and has shown her work throughout the Midwest, Northeast and Italy. She has taught at a number of schools and arts organizations, including Boston Trinity Academy, the Menino Art Center, and Spring Arbor University. She is currently the Art Department Chair at The White Mountain School, in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, where she has been actively connecting her students to the vibrant art community in Bethlehem and throughout the North Country

Chicken Books

Chicken Books
Chicken Books by Artist Sarah Rosedahl of North Hero, VT. One is an illustrated book of Chicken Breeds, the other is a coloring book. Great entertainment for indoor vacation days! Available at both our locations.

Bling Aqua Vase

Bling Vase Top
New to Local Works, Bling Aqua Vase,$140.00, handbuilt by Carole Kitchel Bellew, of Piermont, NH. Available at our LocalWorks Marketplace WREN, Bethlehem, open 7 days a week 10am – 5pm.