RUMFORD – The fourth annual photography display at Red Hill Natural Food Store will be a little different this year.

The Pennacook Arts Center will also exhibit works from its members, expanding the show from photography to include paintings and sculptures.

Barbara Smith-Baker, owner of the food store and a landscape photographer, said nearly a dozen photographers and artists will take part in the exhibit.

Dozens of paintings, landscape and other photography covering a diverse area stretching from Maine to the West Coast and beyond will be shown from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, beginning Thursday.

On opening day, a special reception for anyone who loves art and photography is scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m. A couple of pieces of art will be raffled, hors d’oeuvres served, and folk music performed.

One of the new artists this year is Leslie MacDonald of Mexico. She recently moved to the area from California and Arizona.

MacDonald creates colorful ceramic and clay sculptures and vases of the sun, lips, and something called a watch serpent. She recently showed some of her work in Phoenix, Ariz.

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