Art on Main 2019
Great public art really adds to a destination downtown.
The Chamber of Commerce is so pleased to have played a role, in partnership with the City of Concord, in this public/private partnership through Creative Concord.
A Self-Guided Tour
Concord, NH, is a place of art and artisans: From local jewelry and craft shops, to galleries and the League of NH Craftsmen. Art is part of the city’s heritage. Historic statues surround the New Hampshire State House and dozens of paintings adorn its halls. Public art lines Main Street. Murals and community art projects are springing up around the city. And now the City of Concord and the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce have created Concord's Art on Main program, an annual, year-round outdoor sculpture exposition that enlivens and enhances Main Street. Mixed with Concord’s classical art, it creates an open-air gallery that is free to enjoy, and on view every day. Installations may last from one to two years, typically remaining on view from 12 to 18 months. The artworks are leased from their owners. And, all of the art is for sale - so contact the Chamber if you are interested in purchasing one. Public art allows a variety of artists to engage the public and brings a rotating collection to enrich life in our city.
Public Art on Concord, NH’s, Main Street
View a gallery of the sculpture located Main Street, watch the artists discuss thier work, and visit the art using the artwork location map below.
Videos - The Artists On Their Work
Artist Gillian Christy talks about her piece "Space Within" which is now on display in downtown Concord, NH.
Artist David Boyagian talks about his piece "Unfurling With Seeds" which is now on display in downtown Concord, NH.
Artist Dale Rogers talks about his American Dog just recently installed in downtown Concord, New Hampshire.
Artist Rob Lorenson talks about his piece "Taper Deco" which is now on display in downtown Concord, NH.