On Display: "Unexpected Encounters" Art Exhibit at the Conservation Center Featuring Mimi Wiggin

April 30, 2024
An oil painting of a Baltimore oriole by Mimi Wiggin.

"Baltimore Oriole" by Mimi Wiggin.

We are thrilled to welcome an art exhibit featuring the work of Mimi Wiggin, called "Unexpected Encounters," to the Conservation Center in Concord. The exhibit is open to visitors from May 7 through June 25 during Forest Society business hours: Monday through Friday, from 8:30 AM to 5 PM. 

About the artist:

Mimi Wiggin poses with one of her paintings.
Mimi Wiggin (courtesy photo)

Mimi is a self-taught artist, working primarily in oils. Her representational style reflects the scenic and serene environment in which she lives. Mimi’s award winning work has been featured in Kearsarge MagazineSooNipi MagazineThe Art and Gallery Guide, and Forest Notes.  Her work is also featured as covers and illustrations in the books Poems of Old Warner and Mount Kearsarge (2012), Educators and Agitators-Selected Works of 19thCentury Writers From a Small New Endland Town (2013), and Mount Kearsarge, History, Legends and Folktales(2015). Fiddlehead Magazine featured her work on its January/February 2018 cover. 

Currently, her work is on display at MainStreet BookEnds in Warner, and the WREN gallery in Bethlehem. Mimi Wiggin lives in the Mink Hills of Warner, NH with her freelance writer husband Larry Sullivan.

Learn more on her website.