Every Picture Tells a Story: Myths, Messages and Morals

Nov. 2 - Dec. 13
(closed Saturday, Nov. 17 through Sunday, Nov. 25)
Artists' reception:  Friday, Nov. 2 , 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Simon Harling, Blood Simple Cadillac (2006), oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches

Simon Harling, "Blood Simple Cadillac" (2006), oil on canvas, 16 x 20 inches

This exhibition examines the subject of allegory as depicted in contemporary painting.  An allegory, as defined in Webster's Dictionary, is a story in which people, things and happenings have a hidden or symbolic meaning: allegories are used for teaching or explaining ideas or moral principles.  Artists include: Gideon Bok (courtesy Alpha Gallery), Katherine Doyle, Simon Harling and Adelaide Murphy Tyrol (courtesy McGowan Fine Art)

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Deborah Disston, Director of the Gallery
Phone: 603.629.4622
Email: m.gallery@snhu.edu