Kat Logan and Karen Anne Baldauski display oils and fiber arts through July 11

Left: Kat Logan, “Returning Once More.” Right: Karen Anne Baldauski, “A Fine Day for Sailing”
Left: Kat Logan, “Returning Once More.” Right: Karen Anne Baldauski, “A Fine Day for Sailing”

Event Date: Fri, 07/01/2016 – 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Event Location: Archipelago Fine Arts Gallery, 386 Main St, Rockland

Contact Name: Lisa Mossel Vietze, Archipelago Director: (207) 596-0701, [email protected]

The joy of spring is reflected in the variety of works currently on display in Archipelago, the Island Institute’s gallery and store. Archipelago has a new look, incorporating multiple fine artists and makers from Maine in our gallery space on Main Street in Rockland.

The public is invited to visit the gallery during the Arts in Rockland reception on Friday July 1st. There will be sangria and chips and dips!

Karen Anne Baldauski, one of our featured artists, has been living and making art in Lubec for the last 10 years. The Downeast area provides ample opportunity for exploration of the sea, islands, rivers, lakes, woods, and mountains, which inspire Karen’s work. She keeps honey bees, paints, and felts Maine wool on her 20 acres of farmland. Karen’s felted pieces are lively, moving expressions of Maine’s coast full of color with detail that engages the viewer.

Kat Logan has been teaching, making art and performing music for over 25 years and has shown her work throughout New England. The oil paintings featured in this show are inspired by the birds that have visited her at her home studio in Friendship. By honing her intuitive nature, Kat depicts the spirit and essences of her subjects and their environments with a keen and gentle viewpoint.

The Gallery and store are located at 386 Main Street in Rockland and are open seven days a week. 

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