NOA Gallery

is a proud sponsor of

Groton History Center's

Sense of Place


“Sense of Place” is a themed project sponsored by GHC bringing together an extended group of talented people in our area in order to each create an inspired piece of art that is related to this theme. The J. D. Poor murals at the Groton Inn, the recently acquired carved birds by Harvey Sargisson, and our current exhibit of portraits in our collection all suggest our connection to the arts from the past. Our goal is to capture a glimpse of the arts in the 2020s looking back to the future.


Come Celebrate With Us

Artist Reception at NOA Gallery atThe Groton Inn


The Boutwell House will also be open so please visit both


Saturday September 26, 2021


 Meet the Artists

See our beautiful new coffee table book (and purchase if you like!)

 Learn some Groton history

 Sample hors d’oeuvres compliments of The Groton Inn

 Enjoy a cocktail (cash bar)

 Meet other art appreciators & friends old and new

 And admission is free

Take a fly through virtual tour of the show below!


  • NOA Gallery at The Groton Inn - OPEN

  • NOA Gallery at Indian Hill Music - Gallery currently closed - virtual show coming

  • NOA Gallery at 113 Main - Stay Tuned for Fall Expansion and Reopening 

  • NOA Gallery Art School - Summer Term In-Person Classes beginning the week of July 5th

Virtual Classes Available upon request