Rockland’s First Friday Art Walk for June 2016 will take place from 5-8pm on 3 June.   Many Arts In Rockland members will be open, including: Caldbeck Gallery, The Gautschi Center, Craft Gallery, Yvette Torres Fine Art, The Art Loft, The Strand, Maine Coastal Islands Gallery, Harbor Square Gallery, Carver Hill Gallery, Archipelago Fine Arts, Asymmetrick Arts, Landing Gallery, Jonathan Frost Gallery & Black Hole.

Caldbeck Gallery will be showing George Mason’s “Relief Tapestries”, and Nancy Glassman’s watercolors and oils.  Both artists’s work is about the Georges River Watershed.

Craft Gallery opens with “In Bloom”, a show of fine art and craft inspired by blossoming nature, featuring watercolors by Susa Van Campen and rugs by Sara Hotckiss.

Yvette Torres Fine Art will be having its first show of the year: a solo exhibit of paintings by Francis Grant

The Art Loft will be open with a table set up for people to “give art a try.”

The Strand Theatre will be screening ‘Hockney’ as a First Friday Film, co-presented by the Farnsworth, at 8pm.

Maine Coastal Islands Gallery continues to show work from Laurie Sproul, Jean Ann Pollard, Beth Parks and Doug Smith.  The gallery is located on Water Street, a short walk south from Park St., and is an ideal place to start or end a tour of the Rockland galleries.

Carver Hill Gallery will open “FEMMetonymy” a show of three women artists using clothing as a vehicle to challenge convention, tell a story, express an opinion, open a dialogue and elicit an emotional response.  Featuring, Maryjean Viano Crowe, Virginia Fitzgerald and Lesia Sochor.

Jonathan Frost Gallery will open its show, “Leo Brooks and Jonathan Frost: Works on Paper”

Asymmetrick Arts is collaborating with Win Wilder Hall, to host ‘Hole History: origins of the American style donut”.

A full list of galleries can be found at

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