William Mitchell's brightly colored original serigraph prints depict New Hampshire's scenic beauty
Born in Holyoke, MA., and raised in Catskill, N.Y., Printmaker William Mitchell moved to NH in 1983 and began creating silkscreens of the NH landscape.
When Mitchell depicts a NH mountain, forest or river, the resulting image is both familiar and brand new. Mitchell's brightly colored prints portray places of special beauty and meaning to him.
“The scenic beauty of New Hampshire amazes me. How the rolling of a blue sky touches our rolling mountains to create a vibrant world. The intimate forest scenes, rushing streams and color everywhere are what inspire me. I hope that people take an appreciation and an interest in the preservation of our natural world from my art. I hope people are also able to explore their feelings about nature through my work.”
Mitchell, a high school art teacher, lives in Dover, NH with his wife Mary.
New! "Portsmouth, New Hampshire"
Woodman Institute’s 3rd Annual Artisan Faire
I will be participatong in this seasonal pop up sale . I was told over 40 artists are participating this year. Times and location on their flyer below.
Currently Showing at The Discover Portsmouth Center
Hanging out with my new portrait by photographer Jay Goldsmith at the Discover Portsmouth Center. The show “What Artist’s Look Like” displays photographs of artists with examples of their artwork and is on view until December 23.
Wentworth Greehouses -December 2, 9, 16 , 2017
Set up yesterday at the first craft market of the season at the Wentworth Greenhouse in Rollinsford, NH. Lot’s to see here. Join me again on the first three Saturday’s in December!
141 Rollins Road
Rollinsford, NH 03869
All images copyright William Mitchell