Howard Muscott has photographed nature, landscapes and wildlife for more than four decades.
Self-taught, Howard has had more than 25 individual and 40 group shows highlighting autumn colors, Southwestern peoples and light, mountains of Alaska, Colorado, the Pacific Northwest, wildlife and more. His work has been
published on the cover of national education journals, in newspapers and books, and used on educational and other websites. Howard was the featured artist at the 34th Annual Beaver Brook Fall Festival in 2014. He has won numerous awards for both wildlife and portraits, including most recently Best in Show four years in a row at Beaver Brook Association for his Snowy Owl in Flight, Black Bear in a Storm, Great Gray Owl Flying into the Golden Light, and Prayerful Owl. Howard is currently the chairperson of the High School Scholarship program at the Manchester Artist Association.
His work can be found on his
and at various stores, galleries and office buildings around NH.
I have been practicing yoga on and off for three years. The spiritual practice of yoga gives me time to clear my head, slow down, and listen to my inner voice. Yoga aligns with my deeply-rooted values of non-violence and veganism. I'm so grateful to the wonderful teachers at YogaBalance for the wisdom they share. I often find myself thinking of a quote shared during class or trying to stand in mountain pose during certain tough situations. From yoga, I have learned to stand tall, be compassionate, and listen to my inner guru. Thank you to all of the teachers and fellow yogis for creating such a lovely learning environment. Thank you for helping me grow as a yogi and for teaching me to take my practice off the mat and into the world.
Thank YOU for standing tall with us and being a part of our family, Victoria.