Goffstown artist announces an opening reception

GOFFSTOWN – Ann Trainor Domingue announces an opening reception for her art exhibition titled, “Coastal Currents” at the Kennedy Gallery in Portsmouth.

The opening is slated for 5-8 p.m. on May 4.

“Coastal Currents” is a series of works that brings together aspects of coastal living and working lifestyles. Village details of bridges, architecture and fisherman, boats and water all combine in some works to present a sense of what it is like to live in a tightly knit community.

Dominque’s semi-abstract style is inspired by the way of life found along the seacoast from Portsmouth, Kittery and Cape Cod to Monhegan Island, among others.

“Over the past year, I have built upon the beginning of this series of individual fish houses to rearranging existing village buildings and details to form a new sense of community by pulling together real areas and scenes and the people who live and work there into a newly imagined view – an undercurrent of what is seen,” she said.

“Coastal Currents” is on display through May.

Domingue is a Copley Fellow at the Copley Society of Art on Newbury Street in Boston and a Signature Member of the New England Watercolor Society. Her work is in private and public collections across the U.S. She also is represented locally by the Kennedy Gallery and Fine Framing in Portsmouth and Art3 Gallery in Manchester. New England galleries include the George Marshall Store Gallery in York, Maine; Camden Falls Gallery Camden, Maine; Portland Art Gallery in Portland, Maine; Gallery Antonia in Chatham, Massachusetts; and Copley Society of Art Boston. Her work also is on exhibit at the Framers Market in Manchester and Sullivan Framing in Bedford.

For additional information, visit www.anntrainordomingue.com.