Art Shows

Every summer The Libby invites artists to exhibit their works, showcasing painters and photographers who specialize in nature, from landscapes to plants and animals. The pieces displayed in the museum are available for purchase.

New Hampshire landscape

Chris Whiton

June to July

Chris has been dabbling with photography for many years - first with film, then with digital.  It has only been in the last decade that he took a leap into the digital realm, allowing him to capture images with a greater clarity and utilize more creativity.
Chris’ love of photography stemmed from a long involvement with oil painting.  He finds that a digital darkroom had similarities to the magic of oils, and he enjoys painting with light as much as he did with a brush and canvas.
Chris draws inspiration from his love of the grandiose wilderness that we are blessed with in New Hampshire.  He has been a hiker since childhood, and his Grandfather and Grandmother were pioneer trailblazers who lived on the top of Mount Cardigan.  Chris’ uncle was a world-travelling professional photographer, and his cousin is a well-known painter.  Growing up in such a family, Chris was exposed to many stories of exploration and of local history. There are many gems hidden in the New England wilderness, and Chris has challenged himself with finding unique ways to capture them for others to enjoy.  Waterfalls and craggy ridges are among his favorite subjects. Chris captures the raw beauty and dramatic contrasts of New Hampshire’s landscape through his vision. His pictures are inspirational works of art, compelling the observer to journey out and explore our beautiful surroundings.

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New Hampshire Landscape

Jessica Fligg

August to Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Jessica Fligg is an artist working in oils from her studio in Ashland NH.  Growing up Jessica was always interested in art.  At an early age she started drawing with her Great Grandmother who was also an artist.  Jessica studied painting at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.  She was inspired by the Hudson River School of art and later by Impressionism.  Her favorite way to paint is en plein air.  Her Favorite time of year to paint is in the winter.

For more info about Jessica and her work please visit her webpage at


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