The Whitney Galleries Second Annual ‘Protecting Our Oceans’ Program Launch & Artist Reception

The Whitney Galleries begins the 2016 season a little late this year, due to the creation of a whole new look at the gallery.   We will open this season’s show schedule with our second annual ‘Protecting Our Oceans’ event.  this year, two new artists, Beverly Rippel and Charlie Widdis, have joined the team (Pamala Crabb […]

“Acadia: 100 Years” at Blue Hill Bay Gallery

Few influences have had the impact on American landscape painting as the rugged stretch of coast that was destined to become Acadia National Park in 1916. From the early 19th century early American painters like Cole and Church were inspired by its granite cliffs, pristine islands and the ever changing moods of its coastal waters […]

Artists and Naturalists at Acadia’ Launches MDI Biological Laboratory’s Art Meets Science Café Series

  The MDI Biological Laboratory will kick off its 2016 series of Art Meets Science Cafés on Monday, June 20, at 5 p.m. with a presentation entitled “A History of Scientists and Artists Working Together in Acadia” by Catherine Schmitt, an environmental scientist and author. Schmitt’s presentation is an ideal choice for the first of […]

“ART with ATTITUDE” exhibition at Mars Hall Gallery

Mars Hall Gallery opens its second in a series of three “4 X 4” Shows, 4 Artists – 4 Walls – 4 One Person Shows. “4 X 4, Black, White & Color” features the works of artists Leo Brooks, Mimo Gordon Riley, Antonia Small and Ron Weaver.  The show runs thru Sunday, July 17th. The […]

Elizabeth Moss Galleries presents Laura Waller’s “Working Port” and Lea Peterson’s “For Work and Play”

Elizabeth Moss Galleries is proud to announce concurrent exhibitions of the vibrant, dynamic works of two Maine coastal and nautical artists, Laura Waller and Lea Peterson. The events run from Thursday, June 9  to Saturday, July 30, with the opening receptions at 5:00 PM on June 9th. Peterson’s exhibition,  “For Work and Play,” explores the […]

Barbara Prey Projects opens season with “Barbara Ernst Prey: Prints and New Oils”

  A name change from Blue Water Fine Arts to Barbara Prey Projects occurs after the 15th year anniversary of the gallery in 2015. The new name aims to redefine the space as a gallery space as well as a space for other cultural projects and events such as concerts, lectures, book signings or fundraisers; […]

Icons of the Eastern Orthodox Church at Liros Gallery

  An icon is a sacred image of The Eastern Orthodox Church painted on wood in tempera by monks in monasteries. Most Russian icons are painted on wood in egg tempera, although by the end of the nineteen century oils started to predominate. Gold leaf is often used for halos or background. Sometimes a silver […]

Courthouse Gallery presents “Philip Frey: Unexpected Light,” Geoff Smith: Sculpture

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art in Ellsworth is pleased to present three exhibitions: Philip Frey: Unexpected Light, Geoff Smith Sculpture, and New Work by Jeffery Becton, Ragna Bruno, John Neville. The shows will be on view from June 22–July 16. The exhibitions are free and open to the public. The solo exhibition Unexpected Light marks the […]

MFT Gallery’s exhibits “The Wild Things”

  Weeds and Wilderness star in MFT Gallery’s exhibit “The Wild Things” Belfast. For more than ten years John Arden Knight has been painting weeds – the very thing most of us rip out of the ground without a second thought. Knight, who resides in Portland, is attracted to plants that escape the confines of […]

Blue Shines Through at DIAA

  An opening reception with the artists will be held on Sunday, June 5, from 4:00 – 6:00, and all are invited to attend. The DIAA gallery is open from 10AM – 6PM daily, and is located at 15 Main Street, Deer Isle Village. (207) 348-2330. What does blue mean to you? Sea and sky? […]