Whimsical Paper Mobiles by Kerry Stone

Member artist Kerry Stone is making whimsical paper mobiles out of her wonderful paper collection. They are all one of a kind.  The shapes of colors are sewn together to make a mobile that can easily be sent, with no extra stamp, to someone special. They fit into a 4″x6″ card. This one in the photo was sent to Antigua! Kerry is making heart design mobiles for Valentines day.  Kerry had cards to choose from that the mobiles fit in to.Come check them out at the gallery!

Small Works Exhibit & Sale

Small Works Exhibit & Sale, 2016

The Small Works Exhibit & Sale will take place Feb. 1-26, 2018 at Sawmill River Arts Gallery and you are invited to participate!

This is an open (non-juried) show of original two-dimensional and three-dimensional visual art. At least one artwork from each artist will be exhibited. Due to space limitations, artists may submit 1 or 2 pieces, and we can accept only the first 80 pieces submitted.

To apply, please fill out and submit this application:


And please use these exact tags to accompany your work:


Please fill out the application and submit it in person, with your art piece(s) tagged appropriately, between Jan. 14 and 28, 2018.


“Whimsical, Fanciful, Mystical, Magical”

This exhibit, featuring the work of several Sawmill River Arts Gallery members, will be up from Sept. 27 to Nov. 1, 2017. Participating artists include Judy Cummings, Lydia Grey, Patricia Czepiel Hayes, Sharon Loehr-Lapan, Joan Levy, Kathy Litchfield, Roy Mansur, Christine Mero, Louise Minks, Chris Pellerin, Jaye Pope and Tracy Vernon.

Opening Reception: Sunday, Oct. 1 from 1-4 p.m. Please join us!

Here are examples of some of the pieces in the show:

Kerry Stone’s “Moon Rising”                      Joan Levy’s “Hamsa” gourd

Patricia Czepiel Hayes’ “Daydream 12”                 Chris Pellerin’s “Dream Pillows” 

Needle Felted Landscapes

Member artist Chris Pellerin has been working on small needle felted pictures inspired by the New England landscape.

This technique uses only a barbed needle and fine wool fibers to create the effect of a watercolor painting.  There are several designs currently displayed at the gallery.