Jeremy Miranda: Late Winter/Early Spring

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Portsmouth, NH – This June, Nahcotta exhibits the newest body of work from Seacoast artist, Jeremy Miranda, titled 
Late Winter/Early Spring. On view from June 6 until June 29, the opening reception is Friday, June 6, from 5-8 p.m., concurrent with Portsmouth’s downtown art walk.

Jeremy Miranda’s paintings overlap interiors and exteriors in a way that resembles the recollection of memories over time, distorted by things both new and old and mixing the disparate imagery together, creating a credible and undeniable relationship between them. Stacked bookshelves head into the sea, skinny ladders anchored on the ocean floor lead upwards towards a classic New England home, a marsh runs throughout an otherwise empty interior, the window revealing nothing but placid skies, and verdant greenhouses make surprise appearances. Miranda’s work challenges the viewer to dispel their rote expectations of what images and landscapes, logically, ought to be related to one another. And in that challenge, he emerges as the marvel who convinces us, with the beauty of both nature and manmade construction, that these surprising places do indeed exist. 

The opening reception for this exhibition is free and open to the public and will take place at Nahcotta on the evening of Friday, June 6, 5-8pm. Nahcotta is located at 110 Congress Street in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire.



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