Mars Hall Gallery’s ‘Yuletide in St. George’

Mars Hall Gallery celebrated the holiday season on Nov. 26 and 27 as part of “Yuletide in St. George.” Mars Hall Gallery offers an eclectic mix of paintings by watercolorists Leo Brooks, Nat Lewis, Greg Mort, Cam Noel, Elaine Reed and Carl Sublett; acrylic and oil paintings by Ian Baird, Nancy Baker, Kris Johnson, Sharon […]

Three photographers show work at Carver Hill Gallery

Carver Hill Gallery is showing the work of three photographers with Maine connections through Nov. 21. Jon Kolkin began photographing Buddhist monks in Bhutan, the only Buddhist kingdom in the world, over 10 years ago. A couple of years later in China, he discovered a 3-acre cloistered community of over 100 Buddhist nuns. Kolkin’s idea […]

‘Line and Color’ exhibit by David Little

David Little will show his work in “Line and Color: An Artist Let Loose” at the Merrill Memorial Library, Yarmouth. An opening reception will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Nov. 7. Email the artist at authorartist775@gmail.com for more information.

‘Eaux, The Water’ exhibit features three artists working in watercolor

Celebrate three Maine watercolorists featured at Cove Street Arts in the exhibition “Eaux, The Water.” Showcasing works by Marcie Jan Bronstein, Gregory Jamie, and Dudley Zopp, this exhibition is on view Oct. 7 to Nov. 27. This exhibition features gorgeously rendered and thought-provoking paintings by three artists working in the unforgiving medium of watercolor. Shared […]

Monkitree presents “Impressions from Nature in Beeswax”

Monkitree in Gardiner invites you to “Impressions from Nature in Beeswax” a show of works by Ann Rhinehardt of Vassalboro, Maine. Ann’s paintings are a visual expression of her love of nature, exploring organic forms through color, shape, light and shadow. Working in encaustic, a beeswax-based medium, she creates loosely defined landscapes and abstracts. By […]

Celebrate fall in Maine at Archipelago

Fall in Maine means long scenic drives, toasty cider with donuts, cozy wool socks, hiking with the dogs through the turning foliage, and of course a trip to the farm market for a perfect pumpkin and a silly looking squash! Archipelago invites you to enhance your autumn experiences by baking pies, getting cozy, and finding […]

Call for Art: Illuminations

The Harlow invites artist members and Spindleworks artists to submit one piece of art responding to the theme of “Illuminations” for its upcoming annual Members’ + Spindleworks Show and Sale on view Dec. 3 to Jan. 8. The theme is open to the artists’ interpretation. This opportunity is open to current members of the Harlow/Kennebec […]

Chinese Peasant Artists of Huxian and Jinshan at the Harlow

Beginning in the 1950s, encouraged by the populist vision of Mao Zedong, Chinese peasants began to create colorful, imaginative, deceptively simple, and yet remarkably sophisticated art. These Chinese peasants’ art became internationally famous in the 1980s, leading to the creation of more than 50 schools of such artists throughout China. The two most famous of […]

Q&A: Portland Art Gallery talks with artist Joanne Parent

Maine: I moved to Camden when I was eight years old, when my father took a job as a darkroom technician with the Camden Herald. I grew up in Waldo County, not far from Camden Harbor, and my horse stable was in Searsmont. Maine was always my home base, even during years of international travel. […]

‘Winter’s Quietude’ at Back Cove Studio and Gallery

Now is the time to tuck ourselves under winter’s quilt. At Jean Kigel’s Back Cove Studio & Gallery, “Winter’s Quietude” features a series of oils and watercolors celebrating the stillness and beauty of winter. Kigel says, “I welcome this season that many others dread. It proffers time for solitude, contemplation, and creativity. My winter paintings […]