Look for: BARK LIKE A DOG By: Andy Moerlein
The Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Garden Celebrates our Animal Kingdom
Sept. 17- Nov. 14th
Please note: September 17-19
A percentage of each sale will benefit
the Concord-Merrimack Country SPCA
Sunday, September 19th
1 pm - 5 pm
Join the cavalcade of animal lovers at Mill Brook Gallery for an artistic celebration of the animal kingdom. Twenty-nine artists showcase their talents in this exciting visual arts menagerie featuring premier area artists.
You can lend your support to a noble cause! In addition to this truly astonishing exhibit, we are hosting a fund-raiser for the Concord-Merrimack SPCA. We appreciate and recognize all of their efforts on behalf of New Hampshire's animals.
Megan Bogonovich, Walker Boyle, Jane Butler, David Carroll, Megan Chapman,
Rosemary Conroy, Jeffrey Cooper, Elli Crocker, Donna Dodson, Peter Dudley,
Liz Fletcher, Gary Hamel, Mary Iselin, Al Jaeger, Carol Lake, Wendy Klemperer,
Madeline Lord, Heidi Lorenz, Glen MacInnis, Victoria Mauldin,Melissa Miller,
Annette Mitchell, Andy Moerlein, Gloria Najecki, Fleur Palau, Lynn Peterfreund,
Ilene Richard, Adele Sandborn, Bob Shannahan and Patricia Verani
Tuesday - Sunday
11-5 and by appointment
The Mill Brook Gallery
& Sculpture Garden
236 Hopkinton Road
Concord, NH 03301
BARK LIKE A DOG
The coyote/wolf/dog has always been a shape shifter -- lingering outside the fire’s cast light, observing all. They know when to come in fast and dangerous to steal untended meat. They know when to saunter, all swish and loose boned, or submit, belly dragging, to get what they want.
I am a dog for you. I can be what you want me to be. I will become your greatest need.
Dogman is a hypnotist. All flimflam charades, but you can believe him. He is that good.
You unsettle my equilibrium. I let you take me. You make me bark like a dog.
Never trust the coyote/wolf/dog/man. They are shape shifters. They are only what you want them to be.