The Grodin Permanent Collection Museum provides visitors with an incomparable journey through the history of fine craft in New Hampshire, from 1932 to the present, including masterworks from internationally celebrated craftspeople like potters Vivika and Otto and Heino, woodcrafters Melvin and Mark Lindquist, and potters Edwin and Mary Scheier.
Named in honor of longtime arts patron and League supporter Edith Grodin, the thoughtfully curated Permanent Collection art museum is a select representation of items created by League members that documents the history of the organization and the evolution of fine craft by preserving examples of the best work of its members.
Visit the art museum exhibits at League headquarters in Concord to view outstanding examples of glass work, ceramics, textiles, pottery, woven baskets, carved wooden figurines, decorative pewter objects, photography, furniture, wood block prints and many, many other fine craft items — all created by juried members of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. If you are interested in seeing a specific piece, please contact our offices in advance, as only a portion of the collection is on display.
Or take a virtual tour of the art museum gallery by clicking below!
To submit a piece to be considered for inclusion in the Permanent Collection, download the Permanent Collection Criteria, or call the League at (603) 224-3375.