Dowling Walsh Gallery September shows

Work by Will Sears, Marilynn Gelfman Karp, Madeleine Morlet and Betsy Eby will be on view at Dowling Walsh Gallery through Oct. 1. An opening reception was held Sept. 2. Dowling Walsh Gallery is at 365 Main St. in Rockland. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and by […]

‘Time to Travel’ at Jean Kigel Studio + Gallery

Jean Kigel’s Studio and Gallery in Waldoboro is featuring “Time to Travel,” paintings related to travel, both close by and far away. Recently, many any of us are experiencing  the urge to stretch our boundaries after shuttered ourselves  for so long. Kigel is showing Asian brush paintings and oils from her travels from the Far […]

Adult Workshop: Magic Materials

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art will host its Adult Workshop: Magic Material in-person from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 20. Participants will use a variety of recycled materials to create mixed-media relief works. Inspired by upcoming installation “Ian Trask: Mind Loops,” made from reclaimed items, guests will create active compositions from materials, encouraging reuse […]

‘The Rhythms Within’ group exhibit opens at Haley Art Gallery

The final exhibit of Haley Art Gallery’s 2022 season, “The Rhythms Within,” runs Sept. 17 through Nov. 19 and features the “Murmurs of the Mirror” series by Carlos Vega, paintings by Tom Glover and metal sculptures and framed metal art by Chris Newcomb.   The opening reception will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. […]

Claire Hancock and Bob Vaughan: Artists of spiritual calm

Claire Hancock and Bob Vaughan, both longtime Pemaquid Art Gallery member artists, present paintings that are notable for a gentle stillness, rich luminosity and delicate color ranges but in different mediums with very different results. Both artists are inspired by the beauty surrounding them in Maine but each artist focuses on closeup scenes with quite […]

‘Shapeshifter’ exhibit by Chelsea Ellis, Whitney Gill and Allison McKeen

“Shapeshifter” highlights work by Chelsea Ellis, Whitney Gill and Allison McKeen and their exploration of shapes through ceramics, photography and painting. In each artist’s work, one can see recognizable shapes transformed- from circles to the human form. The show runs from Sept. 9 to Oct. 29 at Monkitree in Gardiner. In Gill’s ceramic forms, broad […]

Maine seascapes featured this fall at Blue Hill Bay Gallery

The early fall show at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery features three artists whose recent works portray the beauty of Blue Hill, Acadia and the Downeast Coast. Varvara Agabekova was born in St. Petersburg and graduated from the Repin Academy of Fine Arts, where she was awarded two medals in painting and her diploma with […]

Mars Hall Gallery announces fall shows

Mars Hall Gallery offers three ongoing shows this fall and will participate in the St. George Business Alliance event, Touring Peninsula Art, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17. The main gallery “Artists’ Choice” features an eclectic mix of paintings by watercolorists Leo Brooks, Linda Funk, Nat Lewis, Cam Noel, Elaine Reed and Carl […]

‘A Sense of Home’ at the DIAA Gallery

“A Sense of Home,” the Deer Isle Artists Association’s (DIAA) final show of the summer season, runs from Sept. 27 to Oct. 9. The gallery will be infused with feelings of warmth and comfort as local artists create work related to the concept of “home.” Appearing in this show are Ben Appleby-Maguire, Sara Armas, Daksha […]

‘Eclectica’ at MOTHERS Art Gallery

“Eclectica,” a celebration of fall, features fine art, folk art and artistic antiques. In a time of cheap, disposable stuff, having something that is beautiful, handmade and lasting makes for a great investment and source of pleasure. An opening reception will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at MOTHERS Art Gallery, located […]