Snowpeople as Art
Sandy Hall, an art teacher at Kennett High
stands next to the fiberglass snowman she decorated
with a mosiac of stained glass in a design named "Valley Night "
inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s swirling skyscape “Starry Night.”
Hall’s creation will join 17 other decorated snowmen in
Snow People on Parade for Winter Carnival.
Sandy's creation was commissioned by Project Sponsor,
Settler's Green Outlet Village

(Gabrielle Griswold/Mountain Ear Photo)

Close up of design:
North Conway Village with Conway Scenic Railroad at base, and Cranmore Mountain in distance - left.
New England Covered Bridge with Saco River - right.

 
     
 







In front of Olympia Sports
at the Shops at Norcross Place in North Conway Village,
stands a Snow Person
commissioned by River Run Company,
whose artist, Meredith Chambers
designed "Village Scenes"
depicting aerial views
of the scenery enjoyed from the village.

The front of the Snowman shows
the Train Station, Ice Skating,
and the White Mountains
plus Cathedral Ledge
in the background.

 
 

Left: Back of design
shows Cranmore
in winter.

 

Right: View of North Conway Village Main Street.


   
 

Fiberglass snowmen become canvases for local artists

"Birds of the Season" by artist, Donna Woodward,
commissioned by the Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce
and office building landlord, Tom Schaffner.


A blue jay, a familiar winter bird in northern New Hampshire takes a perch on
this friendly host's hat!

 
     
 


Poised at the southern entrance to the Mt. Washington Valley near the
Conway Village Chamber Information Booth
"Frosty Cares"
commissioned by the NH Association of Nurse Anesthetists - whose
motto is "Caring for New Hampshire residents, one person at a time"
and who pride themselves as the "place where technology and compassion converge".

Frosty was designed and created by students at
Tamworth Community School, Candace Maher, Advisor.


"CRNA" means: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist

 
     
 


On display near and commissioned by Gold Leaf Frame & Gallery
design by artist, Sally Dinsmore
"Sunset - Chocorua & Moat Mountain".

Sally's works are also on display inside the gallery!

Moat above, Chocorua below.


 
     
 


Cross Insurance commissioned a work designed by artist, Diane Mello

"Whimsical Seasons"

Covered bridges, outdoor enthusiasts, and valley scenery gradually change around the circumfrence
from Winter, to Spring, Summer and Fall
showing that the Valley is the place to be
in all seasons.

 

 
     
 


"Rotary Around the World"
Commissioned by North Conway Rotary Club
Artist: Kelly LaBrie




A smiling face stressing
"Service Above Self"
and an international mitten with ties to places 'all around the world'!

 
     
 


"Let It Snow, Man!"
Artist, Terry Brooks
Commissioned by North Conway Grand Hotel
and may be seen in the hotel lobby.



Snow people enjoying all the valley's recreational activities . . .
in a very special snow fall.

 
     
 


This frosty fella is on duty at the Conway Public Library for now,
but will soon return to his real home at
Pine Tree School in Center Conway.
Commissioned by an anonymous donor,
the "Snow Panda"

was created by staff and students at Pine Tree School
which is shown on the 'snow globe' which is his round tummy!



 
     
 

"There's a Piece Missing"
Artist, Ernie Brown
Commissioned by White Mountain Puzzles and Flossie's General Store
on display at Flossie's in Jackson.


 
 

 


 

 

The ladies in the front office of
White Mountain Puzzles
are the first to receive a phone call
when a puzzle enthusiast is missing a piece in their puzzle challenge.

"Usually the caller finds it right on the floor under the rug where they are working," says Ernie!

This missing piece has a visitor!

 
     
 


"The Sun"

Commissioned by the Conway Daily Sun - where it is located,
Artist, Sally Dinsmore



There's two sides to everything!

 
     
 


Cranmore Mountain Resort
commissioned staff member and artist, Daphne Lemay
to design and create this colorful character:

"Winter Postage"
greets all the skiers who come to the main base area at Cranmore!

Could these 5c stamps be reminiscent of the days long ago
when Cranmore began the rich history of skiing that is found there?


 
     
 

 

"Mountain Matisse"
commissioned by and located at
The Red Fox Bar & Grille, Jackson

designed and created by artist,
Lori Badger

Matisse is known for his color and special style figures,
can you find the "Fox"??

 
     
 

 

 

 

You will see Winter on the top hat
and find the flowers of Spring and Summer
at the base
with lots of other details in between.

Commissioned by
Attitash Mountain Service Co.
and located at
Attitash Mountain Village Hospitality Center
across from Attitash
is "The Four Seasons"
by artist, Kate Streeter

 
     
 


Melanie Barash Levitt & 'friends' spent many hours
choosing the various images that depict life in Mt. Washington Valley resulting in
"Hodge Podge Valley Collage"
commissioned by and located at Badger Realty - Jackson Office.


One can find many favorite images here -
including the proverbial NH Moose, Monarch Butterflies, and much more.

Plan to spend some time looking this artistic creation over for YOUR favorite images!

 
     
 


Meet The Emporer - A Classic Snow Person - in search of 'new clothes'???
This patchwork Emporer was designed and created by the Staff at Essence of Art ~
An area shop producing woven cloth products and pottery by developmentally disabled persons!
This guy has it all - a clay nose, a woven coat, with mittens and scarf - - -
no wonder kids love him!
Commissioned by Eastern SLope Inn Resort and located on their front walkway -
this one you and the kids won't want to miss!
Artists: Staff and clients at Essence of Art



Nice outfit, don't you think? Looks great from the back, too!

 
     
 


A valley business, Pete's Restaurant Equipment, commissioned this enthusiastic and youthful creation
to benefit the new Mt. Washington Valley Children's Museum
and the kids at Madison Elementary School obliged with a spontaneous work of art!

Visit our kid-friendly guy and learn more about how you can
visit and support the new Children's Museum.

Artists: Students at Madison Elementary School, Lee Middlekauff, advisor

Title: "Discovery & Exploration"

Check this great guy out from the back as well!
Discovery and Exploration are all over this great artistic exploration!
Including - - - the discovery and exploration of young and budding artists!

 
 


Be sure to enjoy all of these great works of Art!

Locator map is availble at: Click here for a map of locations for
Snow People on Parade.

 

Monarch Events, PO Box 934, North Conway, NH 03860
E-mail: info@mwvevents.com