Ann Hedgcock, “March Storm.”

Boothbay Region Art Foundation’s newly-installed members’ show, “Something for Everyone,” seems to define creative diversity coupled with the saying “great minds think alike.” As such, featured artists are the sum total of 90 local and regional artists who deliver an entertaining variety of mediums, styles and themes. 

In addition to the regular members’ show, BRAF is sponsoring two solo shows in the upstairs rooms. Pemaquid artist Marcia Brandwein, has installed a collection of her oil and pastel paintings in the Harbor View Room called “Great Outdoors.”  This body of work expresses the source of Marcia’s inspiration stemming from all-things-Maine.

In the upstairs Gallery One Room, Suzanne Marinell, a longtime Squirrel Islander, has selected a grouping of her watercolors and melted-crayon works titled “Contemplations of Maine.”

BRAF continues to feature a swinging door of donated 12” by 12” canvases painted by artist/members to help cover overhead costs.

BRAF is a nonprofit members’ gallery with a mission “to create opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy, learn from, and participate in the visual arts.”

Boothbay Region Art Foundation is at 1 Townsend Ave., Boothbay Harbor. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. See for more information.

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