September 12, 2004: Headlines: COS - Philippines: Art: Painting: Laconia Citizen Online: Philippines RPCV Carol Currier exhibits paintings

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Philippines RPCV Carol Currier exhibits paintings

Philippines RPCV  Carol Currier exhibits paintings

Philippines RPCV Carol Currier exhibits paintings

Belknap Mill unveils exhibit by Carol Currier tonight

Those seeking the beauty of nature this season may not have to venture too far out of doors as the Belknap Mill Society presents "Early Reflections," an exhibit by artist Carol H. Currier.

The exhibit, which features a collection of watercolors that promise to "reconnect" people with nature, will be on display at the Belknap Millís art gallery from Sept. 23-Oct. 21.

Those interested in meeting the artist may visit her during a reception at the Mill this evening from 5-8 p.m.

Currier graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art, majoring in painting and graphics. After serving in the Peace Corps, she taught art in New York state. For more than 14 years, Currier worked in public service in her native New Hampshire.

The Belknap Mill is located at 25 Beacon Street East, sharing the same parking lot as City Hall in downtown Laconia. Admission is free. The Mill is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and on Sundays from 9 a.m. to noon.

For more information call 524-8813.


Carol Currier (2005)

Carol, a resident of Concord, retired in July 2001 from the NH Department of Health and Human Services, where she served in various management roles. She has more than 14 years' experience as the administrator for Medicaid Program Operations and participated in the development and implementation of the three home- and community-based care options for the elderly and chronically ill, the developmentally disabled and for persons with acquired brain disorder. She also has worked extensively with service options and eligibility criteria to introduce progressive models of supportive services for vulnerable populations.

Carol served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines from 1966 to1969 and taught school in the State of New York from 1969 through 1974. She now works with her practice of EMF (Electromagnetic Field Balancing Technique), a complementary wellness modality to allopathic medicine, has returned to her painting of oil and watercolors, and is writing a book. She is a member of the Alliance for Integrative Medicine of Northern New England, a non profit organization developing standards for integrating complementary therapies in hospitals and other health care settings.





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