Monthly Archives: November 2011

Holiday Open House at East Colony Fine Art Saturday, Dec 3

East Colony Fine Art Gallery will be hosting it’s Annual Open House this Saturday, Dec. 3 from 10-5.
Enjoy light refreshments while shopping a selection of original 6″x6″ artworks offered by the artists for $75.00 each.
Be sure and arrive early to grab up these fantastic little pieces. I have my eye on a few…they are going to get snapped up quickly! Still life, collage, watercolor, oil, landscapes…there is a 6×6 for every taste and interest.. (psst…hey, Carrie…there are a couple of really awesome chicken paintings by Pat LaBreque!)

My two 6″x6″ paintings “Double Stuff” and “Follow Follow” will be available as part of the 6″x6″ art sale at East Colony. I am hoping to have a few more available if time allows this week.

Order your 2012 Labrador Retriever paintings wall calendar!

*I have ordered just a few more for latecomers and last minute shoppers. Place your order before they are gone!

I have sold out of the original run of 100 calendars!
Thank you everyone who placed an order.

If you want to make sure you have one for gift giving this holiday season, order soon.
Last year, I offered a limited run of my wall calendar featuring some of my favorite labrador retriever watercolors. To my surprise, they were all spoken for in short time.
I have had several inquiries about whether I will have a 2012 wall calendar and after putting out feelers on Facebook, it seems there is plenty of enthusiasm!
The good news is that the price of the calendars is the same as last year $19.95 plus $5.00 shipping Priority USPS. They make great gifts for the dog lover!
The calendars are printed on heavy stock and have a gloss finish and the printing quality is outstanding.
Quantity is limited.

This year, I will be happily donating a portion of the sales of these calendars to Southern California Labrador Retriever Rescue. This is a wonderful group that tirelessly pulls adoptable Labs from shelters, fosters and finds new, wonderful families to love them unconditionally.
To place an order:
$19.95 plus shipping

If you need some convincing, here are a few comments about the calendars…

“For those of you who love Molly’s lab paintings, she’s creating a 2012 calendar and taking orders now. I ordered mine and I can tell you – you won’t be disappointed. The 2011 calendar was BEAUTIFUL.”

“Molly, any chance you will do a 2012 calendar? I’ve loved having your beautiful paintings to look at each month of this year!”

“Please please please…it’s one of the things I LIVE for!”

“I’m in! Love my 2011 one!!”

“Ruff and Rough” Artist Reception featuring paintings from Molly Poole and claywork by Bob Roy


At East Colony Fine Art Gallery

November 1 – November 26, 2011

Opening Reception Friday, November 18th, 5:00-7:30 p.m.

East Colony Fine Art Gallery is proud to feature the pottery of Bob Roy, and paintings by Molly Poole, one of its newest artists, during the month of November. Bobs’s pots, bowls and art pieces are striking for their interesting textures and glazes. He teaches his craft in Goffstown, and specializes in the ancient art of Raku. Molly’s deep love of animals, and relationship with her own dogs, inform her art. Working primarily in watercolor, her loose style and bold colors powerfully portray the joyous and irresistible moments in the lives of animals, particularly dogs for this show.

Please join Bob, Molly, and the other East Colony artists on Friday, November 18th, from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. for the festive opening of this wonderful new show. Appetizers and wine will be served. Animal Rescue League of NH Fundraiser wine generously donated by Grape Time Winery. The exhibit runs from November 1 through November 26, 2011. Gallery events are free and open to the public with free on-site parking. East Colony Fine Art is located in Langer Place, 55 South Commercial Street, Manchester, NH. Regular gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday 11-5 and Sat 10-5. Phone: 603-621-7400. Web site:
Also featured at the gallery this month is “Art A La Carte” a celebration of local foods and eateries to benefit the NH Food Bank. Please consider bringing a canned good if you visit the gallery this month.