About Rye Art Study
The Rye Art Study Group was founded by like-minded Seacoast residents. In 1963 they began a quest to learn and study art and artists, Dody Kolb, founding member of Rye Art Study Group, served on the board of directors of the University of New Hampshire Art Gallery in Durham and the Currier Gallery in Manchester. Dody, was founder of Wentworth-Coolidge Gallery and curated for eight years. Mrs. Kolb was an active Rye Art Study member and a patron of the arts, until her passing in January of 2013. The new Kolb Gallery was named in honor of Dody during the Lilac festival May 25, 2019. Dody was, and is, beloved by artists and all who knew her. She is still fondly mentioned in conversations at meetings and will always be one of the Seacoasts major patrons of the arts.
Rye Art Study is comprised of people who love and appreciate art, respect and admire artists. Rye Art Study has a maximum membership of 100 people, and we are currently welcoming new members! Contact Us and join us at one of our monthly meetings.
Rye Art Study meets one Monday a month from September through May at the Rye Congregational Church, 580 Washington Rd, Rye, NH, from 9:30 to 11:30 AM. Click here for the 2019-2020 Schedule.
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