Artists of the Seacoast

Since 1996, local artists, businesses and volunteers have contributed to creating the Artists of the Seacoast calendar. Their efforts help ensure that affordable health care and family support will always be available at Families First. All donations and proceeds from calendar sales go directly to helping our clients, your Seacoast neighbors.

Call for Artwork

Seacoast-area artists are invited to submit original works to be considered for inclusion in the 2020 Artists of the Seacoast calendar. The agency will accept artwork, in digital format, through Friday, April 12. A committee will then select 13 works to appear in the calendar, from about 75 pieces expected to be submitted.

Click here to download submission instructions

Sponsorship and Advertising

The calendar is mailed to hundreds of homes and businesses as our fall fundraiser, and it’s sold in retail shops throughout our community. Our calendar sponsors and advertisers underwrite the cost of producing the calendar, allowing us to put all proceeds from calendar sales and donations toward fulfilling our mission. Thank you to our lead 2019 calendar sponsor, Portsmouth Regional Hospital, our 2019 calendar sponsors: Atlantic Plastic Surgery Center, Exeter Hospital, Northeast Delta Dental, Garrison Family Dental, and Peter G. Kasnet Inc., as well as our many calendar advertisers for their support. Interested in becoming a calendar sponsor or advertiser? Read more or contact Paula Place at (603) 422-8208, ext. 132.

2019 CALENDAR ARTWORK

“The Catch”
Marci King

“Winter”
Juleen Stacy

“Rainbow Zebra”
Krystal Rose Stover

“Pause”
Joan Matero

“Remains of the Day”
Jodi Robertson-Schramm

“Monhegan Island 8”
Wolfgang Ertl

“Old Harbor, Late Summer”
Beverly Whitehouse

“Trio”
Lennie Mullaney

“Portsmouth Harbor”
Arthur Bruinooge

“Applecrest Sunflower”
Norma Torti

“Halloween Town”
Carolyn Vibbert

“Adrift”
Mike L’Antigua

“Fall Cabbage”
Betty Jo Quinn