McGowan Fine Art of Concord, NH was announced as a winner in the Business in the Arts Awards at a gala evening presentation by the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts. Approximately 400 business and arts leaders attended the 29th annual celebration.
The winners were applauded for their outstanding support of the arts through donations of time, money, and resources to the arts in their communities and statewide. McGowan Fine Art was noted for their community support in serving on boards and assisting various visual and performing arts organizations.
Other winners include Hypertherm, Inc., PixelMEDIA, and Laconia Harley-Davidson. David A. Jensen was named as the Leadership Award recipient for his longstanding record of board service to the Currier Museum of Art, the Capitol Center for the Arts and the Concord Community School, and his ability to steer each organization while encouraging other business leaders to join him in that support.
Each winner received a framed photograph by New Hampshire artist Rob Karosis. Karosis is represented by McGowan Fine Art. The Presenting Sponsor was The Duprey Companies.
The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts presents the awards annually to recognize and honor outstanding business support of the arts. The NHBCA was founded to educate, motivate and recognize business support and participation in the arts. For more information about the awards or the NHBCA contact the NHBCA at 603-224-8300 or visit the website at www.nhbca.com.