EXETER —Michele Rofrano and Karen Romagna are sisters who share a love of life and art and are thrilled to share these with others. During the month of August they will do just that with their Body of Work shows at the Seacoast Artist Association, located at 130 Water Street in Exeter.
Michele and Karen also share a special person in their lives and she is their sister, Maryclare Heffernan, who is also a fine artist and gallery member of SAA and co-chair of their Scholarship Committee. (You may remember Maryclare’s successful Body of Work show at the SAA this past April.) The three of them have collaborated to form Three Sisters Fine Art https://www.threesistersfineart.com in hopes of sharing their art and inspiring others to follow their dreams.
The Seacoast Artist Association will celebrate the work of Karen and Michele, as well as that of the artists in the August theme show, “On the Water”, at a reception on the Second Sunday of the month, August 8, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. (NB: There will be no event on the First Friday.) The SAA will plan on staying safe by gathering outside to visit after viewing the exhibits inside. Following CDC guidelines and the Exeter Health Department recommendations, they ask that you wear a mask if it is crowded indoors. If you are fully vaccinated, feel free to remove your mask outdoors.
The gallery is open Wed.-Sat., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. and Sun., 1:00-4:00 p.m. Find more at seacoastartist.org and follow them on Facebook. For additional information, call 603-778-8856.