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Miriam Hill donates painting to Canterbury Shaker Village

  • Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village.

    Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village.

  • Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village. Funi Burdick, executive director of Canterbury Shaker Village, shows off the painting. Sarle entered the Canterbury Shaker community in 1882 at age 15. At 21, she signed the covenant and became an adult member of the community. Sarle developed consumption and was encouraged to spend time outdoors to let the fresh air help heal her, which in turn cultivated her love of drawing and painting nature.

    Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village. Funi Burdick, executive director of Canterbury Shaker Village, shows off the painting. Sarle entered the Canterbury Shaker community in 1882 at age 15. At 21, she signed the covenant and became an adult member of the community. Sarle developed consumption and was encouraged to spend time outdoors to let the fresh air help heal her, which in turn cultivated her love of drawing and painting nature.

  • Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village.
  • Miriam Hill of Penacook recently donated a painting of the Canterbury Shaker Meeting House by Sister Cora Helena Sarle to Canterbury Shaker Village. Funi Burdick, executive director of Canterbury Shaker Village, shows off the painting. Sarle entered the Canterbury Shaker community in 1882 at age 15. At 21, she signed the covenant and became an adult member of the community. Sarle developed consumption and was encouraged to spend time outdoors to let the fresh air help heal her, which in turn cultivated her love of drawing and painting nature.
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