Aponovich Prints, Painting Help Restore Yankee Flyer Diner Mural

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To support the restoration of the Yankee Flyer Diner mural on Main Street, NH Artist Laureate and Nashua native James Aponovich has donated his concept oil painting of the diner that he submitted as part of the contest to select the artist for the mural 20 years ago, valued at $15,000.

We are selling a limited edition of 100 high-quality giclee prints of the painting, each signed and numbered by the artist, for $250 each. 

But it doesn’t end there. When all the prints are sold, the 100 print numbers will go into a bowl, and Aponovich will pull out one lucky number at a reception for all buyers at Surf Restaurant in Nashua. The owner of the print with that number will win the original 12 x 25 inch oil on canvas painting.

Over half the prints are sold, so place your order today and support the restoration of a public art treasure.  Once your order is processed, you can pick up the print at PRG Rugs on Main Street in Nashua. If you are not local to Nashua there is a shipping option.

Just click on either of the above links to pay by check or credit card (with a processing fee). Do it today, before they are all gone.

For any questions, contact:  Judith.carlson@cityartsnashua.org

Great Jazz to Help Restore Yankee Flyer Mural - May 31, 2015

Seasoned jazz performers Pam Purvis and Bob Ackerman are returning to Nashua for their second benefit performance, at Riverwalk Café and Music Bar on Sunday, May 31 at 7pm. Their music is sophisticated, soulful and swinging, uniquely interpreting standards from the American songbook, jazz classics and original material, with Purvis on vocals and keyboard, Ackerman on the saxophone, clarinet and flute.

Purvis and Ackerman played in 2013 to rave reviews at the Nashua Community Music School, helping to fund “Vivian’s Dream,” the massive historic mural on the wall behind TD Bank on Main Street.

“Pam and Bob are amazing multi-talented musicians and performers who know how to draw in an audience. When Pam had the entire audience scatting, it was magic.”
Marjorie Bollinger Hogan, Music Director, Merrimack Valley Flute Choir

“Purvis and Ackerman emanate harmonic style reminiscent of Lester Young and Billie Holiday.  Purvis’s voice follows Ackerman’s full-bodied horn with authoritative harmony and absolute charm.”
Rosalind L. Picou – Jazz Now

 “…such a refreshingly direct, unaffected way of singing that she reminds me of Cleo Laine or Ella Fitzgerald in her younger days.”
Nancy Bishop – Dallas Morning News

“The strength and variety of her voice comes across on her recordings, but she’s especially charming in front of a live audience. …the most facile voice with the widest range of any jazz vocalist I’ve had the pleasure to hear in several decades.”
Dr. Duane Martin – Texas Ragg, The Music Magazine

Presented by City Arts Nashua, proceeds will be used to help restore the Yankee Flyer Diner mural painted by NH Artist Laureate and Nashua native James Aponovich, located on Main Street next to Citizen’s bank.  Tickets are available on-line until May 30 for $12 plus $1.50 processing fee. Tickets at the door are $15.

Join us for an evening of great jazz, in Nashua’s Riverwalk Café, and support the restoration of our landmark mural at the same time.

Reflections on the River - May 7, 2015

The International Sculpture Symposium's opening reception, Reflections on the River, is taking place at NIMCO in the Millyard, 1 Pine Street, Nashua, Thursday, May 7th, 2015, 6-8 p.m. 

Please join us to welcome this year's international sculptors:
Ana Duncan, Ireland
Petre Petrov, Bulgaria
Ennica Mukomberonwa, Zimbabwe

Register to attend on-line or pay $10 at the door.

And bring a picture of the Nashua river to add to our Reflections on the River collage.

Sculptors on Review - May 3, 2015

Sunday, May 3, 2015, Noon to 4 PM
Sculptors on Review – Art for the Garden, the Home, the Office
30 Temple Street Plaza – One block east of Main Street, Downtown Nashua

Meet over a dozen New Hampshire sculptors and artists that will gather to show and sell their work at this annual spring exhibition and sale.  Plan on making an afternoon to visit with and support the artists, tour the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium’s five sculptures nearby, and visit the arts and media department at the Nashua Public Library next door.  Bring the children along – there will be a special mural painting opportunity for kids ages 5 to 17.  Admission is free.  For more information call 882-1613.

Meri Goyette Arts Award Luncheon - April 12, 2015

The Second Annual Meri Goyette Arts Award Champagne Luncheon is scheduled for Sunday, April 12, 2015. Just ask anyone who attended the first Arts Award Luncheon – you will want to be there this year.

Produced by City Arts Nashua with the Nashua Arts Commission, it is our annual opportunity to celebrate the arts in the greater Nashua area and recognize and honor individuals and companies that support making Nashua a vibrant arts community. 

This year’s “three courses of entertainment” show off the amazing talents of our local artists. The silent and live auctions will return, with many items for your bidding pleasure. All proceeds from the auction help support projects, programs and publicity for the arts.