Art Works Gallery at Cook Memorial Library

The Cook Memorial Library will be exhibiting art from Art Works Gallery and Gift Shop in Chocorua now until the end of March. (COURTESY PHOTO)

TAMWORTH — The Cook Memorial Library is exhibiting art from Art Works Gallery and Gift Shop in Chocorua now until the end of March.

View creations from 20 talented members: from paintings, photography, quilting, and collage to a display case of colorful hand-blown and fused glass, pottery, jewelry, scarves, and wood crafts. It is amazing how much local talent there is in our little corner of the world.

Art Works started in 2010 at the Tamworth Farmers' Market as a group of eight artists and has grown incredibly with the help and support of our artists and community. The name is derived from our location in the beautiful village of Chocorua, formerly known as Tamworth Iron Works, hence "Art Works."

The gallery offers a venue for local artists to display and sell their work, as well as workshops through the Chocorua Creative Arts Center.

The gallery and gift shop is located at 132 Route 16 in Chocorua. Winter hours are Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.

For more information about the gallery, call (603) 323-8041 or go to Items are also available at The Other Store in Tamworth Village.

The exhibit can be seen during the library's regular open hours. The Cook Memorial Library is located at 93 Main St. in Tamworth Village. The artwork is for sale through Art Works, ask at the desk for a price list.

Call (603) 323-8510 or go to for more information.

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