Route 3 Art Trail

The Route 3 Art Trail is a collaborative partnership designed to encourage people to participate in and enjoy local art, artists and creative events along the Route 3 corridor between Concord, Penacook and Boscawen. The idea was conceived by local artist and Twiggs Gallery owner Adele Sanborn, who pitched the idea of creating an arts corridor along Route 3 connecting Kimball Jenkins in Concord, Making Matters NH in Penacook and Twiggs Gallery in Boscawen. The inaugural tour event held last fall was a success, despite the restrictions created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year, the driving art tour event will be held on Saturday, November 6 from 10 – 4 and will include many locations with art exhibits, open studios, artist demonstrations, historic tours, family friendly events, a free raffle and other goodies along the trail. Download your map, start on either end of the tour and make a day of it!

2021 PARTICIPANTS

 Lorrie Carey                         lorrie.carey@gmail.com             
 Marshall’s Flowers & Gifts
  
 Susan Douglass                       trainersloft@tds.net
 Garden Sculptures & Whimseys

 Doug Egounis                         degounis27@gmail.com
 Chadwick Hill Rustic Furniture

 Diane Fishel                         dianafishel52@icloud.com
 Ofishel Designs(at Jo Shields Studio)
 
 Julianne Gadoury                     julianne@kimballjenkins.com
 Kimball Jenkins School of Art
  
 Sandra May                           sandra.may@makingmattersnh.org
 Making Matters Makerspace
  
 Karen Mehos                          kmehos33@gmail.com
 Gadzooks Glass
 
 Laura Morrison &                     twiggs.exhibits@gmail.com         
 Adele Sanborn, Twiggs Gallery
 at Cornerstone Design
 
 Jo Shields                           jo-shields@comcast.net
 Jo Shields Studio
 
 Tracy Szanto                         dreamlandmachinequilting@yahoo.com
 Dreamland Machine Quilting