Meet Peggy Van Valkenburgh, CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Peggy Van Valkenburgh: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.
Peggy Van Valkenburgh is not only a local New Hampshire artist, she is a retired teacher, an educational consultant, and a bee-keeper as well. She spends a lot of her time outdoors and says the vast majority of her ideas are generated there. Though she mainly works with pastels, she occasionally photographs beautiful scenes in nature that she witnesses on hikes. When we told Peggy that her piece was chosen, she was very excited to take part in the effort: “I have never submitted to a competition like this before, so I am thrilled!!” In an effort to learn more, we asked Peggy a few questions about her and her passions:
CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background?
PEGGY: I am a retired public school teacher who always did art on the side. My main “occupation” now is creating pastel paintings.

CASA: How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to this craft?
PEGGY: I have painted with pastels for many years, but have become a single-minded pastel artist and a daily painter since my retirement two years ago
CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
PEGGY: I am inspired by nature, so going on a hike and photographing things I feel are beautiful is my process.

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
PEGGY: Colorful, loose, open to experimenting.
CASA: Do you have any influencers in the art industry that you particularly enjoy?
PEGGY: Terry Ludwig (maker of great pastels)
CASA: Do you have a website or a business that you would like to share with the readers?
PEGGY: On Instagram and Etsy as @pastelsbypeggy. Or you can email me!
CASA: What is your affiliation with CASA?
PEGGY: As a teacher, I was very aware of the good work CASA does.  Good friends of mine volunteer for CASA. I have attended fund-raising events for CASA as well.

Royal Palm II by Peggy Van Valkenburgh

Thank you to Peggy and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase Peggy’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.

All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

 

 

Meet Faith Canner: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Faith Canner: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Tulip Heaven by Faith Canner – available as a card

Faith Canner of Nashua, New Hampshire has always been some sort of artist. From dancing to acting to painting and everything in between, she finally found a form of art that has her heart: water coloring. She was more than delighted to hear that her water color painting, Tulip Heaven, was chosen as a card for our fundraiser. When explaining the title, she said, “I chose it because it reminded me of the fields of tulips in the Netherlands that I saw many years ago.” To learn about her passions, we asked Faith a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
FAITH: I have been a dancer since the age of three. In later years, I added acting and singing. I thought that was what I was born to do. Life had other plans for me, as I married and started a family instead. In my 30s, I took some art lessons at adult education. From there, I went back to school at Middlesex Community College and received an Associates degree in Studio Arts in 1985. At the time, I was an oil painter. After taking a watercolor class in college, I knew I had found what I really enjoyed the most, and it has been watercolor ever since. I still dance though. In the past few years, I’ve danced with other senior ladies, like myself, through the Nashua Senior Activity Center and Allergro Dance Academy in Nashua.

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
FAITH: Most of my art has been created from my own set-ups or from  photos that I have taken.

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
FAITH: I would describe my style as realistic, detailed, and colorful.

CASA: What is your affiliation with CASA?
FAITH: I first really got to know CASA of New Hampshire when I saw an article in the newspaper for artwork two years ago. I was honored to have two of my paintings chosen then, and this will be my third.

Thank you to Faith and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser.

Zinnia Delight by Faith Canner – available as a card

This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase any of Faith’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists,

 

 


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Veda Verde: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Veda Verde: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Super Colors by Veda Verde, avaliable as a card

Veda Verde is our youngest Cards for a Cause artist. Veda was just two years old when she painted her self-titled piece, “Super Colors”. Today, she is five years old and eager to participate in our Artist Spotlight story (see her answers in italics). Veda has been attending Big Art for Little Humans Art Class at Sparhawk School and Artful Adventures offered by the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. Verde’s artwork was first exhibited in September 2017 at the Veasey Memorial Park Homeschoolers Art Show. To learn about her and her passions, we asked Veda (and her mother, Maria) a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
VEDA & MARIA: Veda is passionate about creating art. You can always find her off in a corner creating something beautiful for her own enjoyment.  Whether she is sketching out characters in her notebook, or crafting paper masks, she is always busy creating!

CASA: How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to
this craft?
VEDA & MARIA: She has been creating art since she developed the hand-to-eye coordination to hold an item in her hand. She was introduced to painting by her grandfather Francisco L. Rivera, who is renowned artist from the island of Puerto Rico.

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
VEDA & MARIALike my head tells me what to draw or paint and then I make it, whether it’s a unicorn or anything.

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
VEDA & MARIAGood, happy and funny

CASA: Do you have any influencers in the art industry that you particularly
enjoy?
VEDA & MARIAHeartfelt paintings and paintings with rainbows

Thank you to Veda, Maria, and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase Veda’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Sheryl Campanie: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Sheryl Campanie: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Sheryl Campanie is an artist native to New York, now residing in Bedford. She says that a lot of her inspiration comes from the beauty that nature has to offer here. Now, shes uses painting therapeutically, saying “It allows you to express your inner perceptions and share them with your viewers.” To learn about her passions, we asked Sheryl a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
SHERYL: As a native from Oneida, New York, I have loved living in New Hampshire for the past few years. New Hampshire has so much to offer! My career as a Dental Hygienist allowed me to meet people from all walks of life. Many summers were spent in the Adirondack Mountains, taking photos and communing with nature. I’ve always enjoyed making “Nature’s Creations“ using naturals; stones, shells, driftwood. Watercolor classes sparked my interest in painting. Now I’m taking acrylic lessons at the a senior center in Manchester. Painting has become a therapeutic passion.

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
SHERYL: Nature inspires me with new ideas. We travel to explore new places then I incorporate these ideas into my paintings.

Sandra’s Bluebird by Sheryl, available as a card

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
SHERYL: In three words, I guess my style would be  natural, realistic, and freedom. However, I’ve been dabbling in abstract paintings that will be shown at the Argh Gallery.

Sherly finished off her interview by saying, “Thank you for the opportunity to share my work. It’s such a worthy cause to support – even if it only helps one child.” CASA Cards for a Cause wouldn’t be around if it weren’t for artists like Sheryl and every other artist who submitted to the  fundraiser. This is yet another way that ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase either of Sheryl’s greeting cards or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.

 

 


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Jill Weber: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Jill Weber: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

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Meet Beverly Whitehouse: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Beverly Whitehouse: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Sweetness and Song by Beverly Whitehouse – available as a card

Beverly Whitehouse of Dover, New Hampshire is going on 25 years of water coloring. This chickadee, one of Beverly’s original watercolor pieces, is available to purchase as a greeting card. To learn about her passions, we asked Beverly a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
BEVERLY: While I have been painting with watercolor for about 25 years now, my son says I’m a maker, from a family of makers, I’m happiest creating something (including but not limited to pie).

CASA: How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to this craft?
BEVERLY: My friend, Marci, and I paint together once a week (though some weeks we discuss knitting patterns or spend the time laughing uproariously), and we’ve done that for many years.

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
BEVERLY: It seems that everywhere I look there is something beautiful or interesting, or memorable and I instantly think “I should paint that”, so I do, or I file it away to do later.

CASA: Do you have any influencers in the art industry that you particularly enjoy?
BEVERLY: Many artists have influenced me, the well known ones like Jamie Wyeth and Frank Weston Benson, as well as my dear friend, the late Ann Tolson, whose unique style and outlook continue to inspire me.

Thank you to Beverly and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase Beverly’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Brenda McDougald: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Brenda McDougald: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Brenda McDougald is a photographer residing in Nashua, NH. Her job at Enterprise Bank never dulled the passion she picked up five years ago. Now, she is donating her work to more than just CASA Cards for a Cause! To learn more about her and her passions, and how she got to where she is today in her field, we asked Brenda a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
BRENDA: I am a Regional Business Advisor, Vice President with Enterprise Bank’s New Hampshire team focused on new business development. I have been in banking a total of 35 years.  Photography is a great passion of mine, and has become a second business over the past few years.  My primary area of interest is local landscapes.  I have been featured in this year’s Nashua Chamber “N” Magazine, was chosen for the cover of the Hollis Heritage Commission’s annual calendar for 2019 & 2020, and have a number of photos in the new Souhegan Valley Membership Guide.  I was honored with a first place award in 2018 at the Beaver Brook Fall Festival in Hollis for a photo taken at sunrise in Greeley Park in Nashua, and  received “Best in Theme” honors this year for a photo named “Winter Peace”, a row of barren trees in a snowy field at sunset.

CASA: How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to this craft?
BRENDA: My interest in photography began about five years ago as I found a need for a creative outlet.  Enterprise Bank is extremely supportive of the arts in general, and they have allowed me the opportunity to incorporate that into my role at the bank; that helped foster my passion and my interest in taking photography to the next level!  They have purchased numerous photos for our local bank branches, largely at the request of employees which has been very uplifting for me!  The positive feedback I have received from people in general who have seen and purchased my photos has been instrumental in propelling me forward.  Most gratifying has been donating my work to roughly 15 charity auctions over the past 4 years which has resulted in substantial funds raised for incredibly worthy and important causes…that is truly a “win-win” and has filled my heart.

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
BRENDA: I try to find obscure places that I never noticed before, by walking and/or driving around the area, it has trained me to look for small yet beautiful, significant things everywhere!

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
BRENDA: Authentic, hopeful, peaceful

CASA: Do you have any influencers in the art industry that you particularly enjoy?
BRENDA: There are many I enjoy and appreciate, in particular I am really drawn to Joel Meyerowitz.

CASA: Do you have a website or a business that you would like to share with the readers?
BRENDA: Photography by Brenda McDougald currently shown on Facebook and an Etsy page soon to follow.  I have a studio in Nashua as well.  If anyone wishes to email me, they can do so.

CASA: What is your affiliation with CASA?
BRENDA: I have friends and colleagues who have been involved over the years in different capacities, and my Rotary Club (Derry, NH) supports CASA as well.

CASA: Do you have a website or a business that you would like to share with the readers? 
BRENDA: Photography by Brenda McDougald currently shown on Facebook. I have a studio at 14B Court Street in Nashua as well. If you would like to reach me, please click here.

Thank you to Brenda and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase Brenda’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Olivia Brooks: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Olivia Brooks: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Olivia Brooks is a long-time photographer based out of Kingston, NH. Scrolling down Olivia’s Instagram page that features her beautiful photos, you will see a lot of natural landscape photos; a topic she particularly focuses on now after years of photographing other people and subjects. To learn more about her and her passions, we asked Olivia a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! What is your background? Do you primarily create art or do you have other hobbies/careers?
OLIVIA: My background is in teaching Preschool and Kindergarten.  I am currently working as a Parent Child Advocate in Early Head Start. Children are very near and dear to my heart. I have always enjoyed making things with my hands.  I sew, quilt, knit, scrapbook, and now I am focusing on my photography. I now mostly take landscape and nature photos.

CASA: How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to this craft?
OLIVIA: I was introduced to photography by my parents, especially my dad.  I got my first camera when I was about 10 years old.  Every Christmas I would get film in my stocking and also whenever we went on vacation.  We were always encouraged to take pictures.  I bought my first 35 mm camera when I was in college, joined a camera club with my parents, entered slides in competitions and later was encouraged to become a judge.  When I had children I mainly focused my photography on them and the sports and other activities they were in.  Now that they have grown I am working with a digital camera and really enjoying the process of taking the picture and doing my own editing.

Photography by Olivia Brooks

CASA: Do you have a process you typically use to generate new ideas?
OLIVIA: I get my new ideas from looking at Facebook and Instagram to see where others have taken pictures they have posted.  I especially enjoy hiking to waterfalls, watching sunrises and sunsets.

CASA: What are three words you would use to describe your artistic style?
OLIVIA: Natural, landscape/scenery, timeless

CASA: Do you have a website or a business that you would like to share with the readers?
OLIVIA:  I do post pictures on Instagram under @obrooksphotography

Thank you to Olivia and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase Olivia’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.

 


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Woolsey Conover: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Woolsey Conover: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Woolsey Conover has submitted over one dozen pieces to our fundraiser over the last several years, eight of which have been chosen as cards. This year, his piece “Arrangement in Green” was a huge hit. His love and 25-year devotion to art helped him name the piece: “The title is a parody on James M. Whistle’s painting of his Mother, “Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1,” he explains. To get to know this Cards for a Cause veteran, we asked Woolsey a few questions:

CASA: Tell us about yourself! How long have you been creating art? How were you introduced to this craft?
WOOLSEY: I have, for the past 25 years, studied, drawn, and painted for the creative pleasure it gives m.e At this stage of my artistic development, and life, I am thankfully able to spend more time and bring more intensity to my work. My friend and artistic mentor, David Ratner once told me, somewhat whimsically, “One good thing about being an artist is that you don’t hurt anyone, and once in a while you’ll do something that will give someone a little pleasure. How can life be better than that?” …words with which I completely agree.

CASA: Do you have any influencers in the art industry that you particularly enjoy?
WOOLSEY: My artistic heritage includes 20th Century painters Edward Hopper and Fairfield Porter, two well known and highly respected artists who were diligent in their efforts to create evocative, satisfying and, at the same time, understandable works of art. And of course, David Ratner, former professor of art at Boston University.

CASA: Do you have a website or a business that you would like to share with the readers?
WOOLSEY: My website is www.conoverart.com.

CASA: What is your affiliation with CASA?
WOOLSEY: My wife Bea and I have supported CASA’s work for almost ten years now.

Thank you to Woolsey and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.

If you’d like to purchase any of Woolsey’s greeting cards or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.

 

 

Other Conover cards available online, from left to right: Piper Cove, Door in Dover, Tamworth


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.

Meet Mickey Bartlett: CASA Cards for a Cause Artist

We asked friends, families, and supporters of CASA to generously submit any original artwork they thought would make a great greeting card. We were graciously overwhelmed by the amount of support we received from everyone: 70 artists submitted over 100 pieces to the fundraiser. Meet Dolores “Mickey” Bartlett: one of the 19 artists whose piece was chosen to help benefit victimized children in New Hampshire.

Mickey Bartlett was an artist for the majority of her life until she passed away in August of 2015. Her pieces were donated by her family and son-in-law Steven McCosh because they knew she would’ve loved to be a part of the fundraiser. Because Mickey had been crafting Christmas cards since the 1940’s, Steven submitted over thirty of her pieces. Of the thirty, five of them were chosen; four will be sold as a variety pack featuring pieces from 1948, 1963, 1964, and 1999. Her piece, Hooded Mergansers at Pontook (1969), will be sold as a twenty pack.
Though she is no longer with us, Steven still wanted to share her story. Here is what he said about the beloved Mickey:
“Artist Dolores Bartlett, best known as “Mickey”, the name she preferred, was lovingly nurtured by her adoptive parents Della Riff & Samuel Laforrest Hammond.
A lifelong resident of the Berlin, NH area, Mickey’s interest in art was greatly influenced by her Berlin High School Art Instructor, Robert Hughes (1915-2004), a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.  Robert (Bob) Hughes, an extremely gifted sculptor and wood cut artist, taught generations of successful artists in the Great North Woods and the White Mountains.  As one of his outstanding Senior High School students, Mickey participated in a variety of art-related projects spearheaded by Mr. Hughes.  The mural project resulted in her 1950 completion of a large mural of “Antony and Cleopatra” which has remained on a corridor wall at the Berlin Middle School (formerly Berlin High School) for over 70 years (photos attached).  The marionette show project involved the construction and assembly of a marionette (Mickey’s was a Can Can Dancer) from hand-sculpted wooden parts.  In addition, Mickey also designed and sewed the marionette’s costume, and the marionette show was performed in cities across New England!  
As a Berlin High School graduate, it was Mickey’s hope to also attend the Rhode Island School of Design (the same school that her Art Instructor attended), but her affliction with tuberculosis as a child resulted in her being denied acceptance to the School.  However, this did not diminish her passion for creativity which she carried with her throughout her life.
Beginning in 1948 and for each year ending in the year 2005, she created new artwork which she had printed as Christmas cards that were mailed to hundreds of friends and acquaintances.

Early on, Mickey sculpted with wood, and most of her paintings were water-colors.
In 1956, while married to her lifelong husband Otis Bartlett (Purchasing Agent-Brown Co.), Mickey won the top prize of $30.00 as winner of the Brown Co. Industrial Safety Poster contest.  Her clever design featured a chess board on which the chess pieces were capped with drawings of various industrial safety equipment and which stated “You Can Win The Game of Accident Prevention If You Make The Right Moves!”
She found great joy in her creativity and especially enjoyed her week-long summer trips with fellow artists to the artist’s haven of Monhegan Island, ME.  Several of her works originated there, including hand-drawn post cards that she would send from the Island’s Post Office.
Mickey enjoyed participating in and selling her paintings at several juried art shows such as those in Ogunquit, ME.  Also, at one time, she and fellow crafters rented space for a craft shop at the Mt. Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH.

Lobster House by Mickey Bartlett

Her talents were caringly shared with residents of the Coos County Nursing Home while she was Activities Director there.
In addition to her artwork, her creativity manifested itself in her gardening, cooking,  sewing (often making her granddaughters’ dresses and Halloween outfits), and crafts (such as Christmas tree decorations depicting the ‘Wizard of Oz’ characters, and various Christmas Santas from pieces of pine board on stands etched with details and hand-painted).
Mickey would be delighted to know that her artwork has helped benefit the fund-raising efforts of the CASA Organization.”
Thank you to Mickey, Steven, Mickey’s family, and every other artist who submitted to the CASA Cards for a Cause Fundraiser. This fundraiser is yet another way ordinary people can make extraordinary efforts in combating child abuse and neglect in New Hampshire. There are so many way to help, so thank all of you who have done so.
If you’d like to purchase Mickey’s greeting card or view the rest of the cards we sell from other local artists, click here to browse.

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All of Mickey’s below, in order from first to last: Lake of the Clouds, Bridge at Stark NH (1948), View from the Lodge at Sunday River (1963), Down the Catapult Trail (1964), and Hooded Mergansers at Pontook Reservoir (1969).

 

 


All Cards printed by Allegra of Bedford.