Centre St Arts Gallery set to host first reception of the year

Centre St Arts Gallery is closed for winter break and will reopen on Jan. 17. The first artist reception of 2024 all be held at 7 p.m. Jan. 26. Centre St Arts Gallery is at 11 Centre St., Bath. Hours are 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Email [email protected]. or call 207-442-0300 for […]

‘Holiday Show’ at Yarmouth Frame And Gallery

“Holiday Show” at Yarmouth Frame And Gallery will be on display through mid-February.  The exhibition features more than 100 works of art by 25 artists and showcases an array of sizes, styles (impressionistic to abstract) and mediums, as well as well-known artists showing alongside new-comers. This show features John Bowdren with Anne Alexander, Paul Black […]

New president, vice president and treasurer named for UMVA

Belfast painter David Estey, Harpswell painter Joanne Tarlin and retired Belfast entrepreneur John Patrick “Pat” Mullen have been elected as president, vice president and treasurer, respectively, of the Union of Maine Visual Artists (UMVA).   Estey and Tarlin are leading the board of directors toward a new emphasis on “Artists Helping Artists,” through networking gatherings, […]

Project M.A.I.N.E.: Maine Arts Integration Network of Excellence

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is pleased to be collaborating with Side x Side as they launch Project M.A.I.N.E. The intention of the hybrid training series is to provide Maine educators with Side x Side’s framework, which includes teaching tools, classroom resources and arts-based assessment strategies that support teachers to bring this work into […]

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents ‘The Mind’s Eye: Turning Inward’

Ellsworth  Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is pleased to present “The Mind’s Eye: Turning Inward,” a group show exploring the transition from summer to fall and winter that runs Dec. 6 to Jan. 18 online and at the gallery. As the hustle and bustle of summer subsides, the sunlight begins to wane, and the days get […]

New Lunder Institute initiative invites prominent art institutions to examine and the state of American art

As part of Lunder Institute @, its latest initiative, the Colby College Museum of Art’s Lunder Institute for American Art has invited thought leaders at six of the nation’s most prominent art institutions to engage publicly with a single question: What is the state of American art? Starting in February, the Lunder Institute will sponsor […]

‘Traditional Painting Genres in Photography: A Holiday Exhibition’ at MMPA

“Traditional Painting Genres in Photography: A Holiday Exhibition” is on exhibit at the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts from Dec. 8 through Jan. 31. This exhibition explores the themes of portraits, still life, interiors, sea scapes, landscapes and collage. our artists are making works with antique and contemporary processes and they display a mastery of […]

Exhibitions at Dowling Walsh Gallery

On view at Dowling Walsh Gallery are solo shows by David Vickery and Joyce Tenneson, as well as the Holiday Exhibition, all of which are on view from Dec. 1 to Feb. 1. Haunting, ethereal, mystical — all of these words describe the photographic style of Joyce Tenneson. Her photos command a complex and intense […]

‘Loomings’ solo exhibition from Christopher Volpe at Cove St Arts

Christopher Volpe is an artist, writer and teacher living in New Hampshire. His paintings often combine oil paint with unusual materials such as tar, ash, salt, earth, rust and gold leaf for their poetic and political overtones.  His solo exhibition, “Loomings,” runs Dec. 7 to Jan. 27 at Cove St Arts. The show is named […]

‘Playscape’ at the Colby College Museum of Art

“Playscape,” at the Colby College Museum of Art, will feature works in a wide range of mediums and include new acquisitions. It will also be accompanied by a Creative Cart filled with hands-on projects for visitors of all ages. The exhibition runs from Jan. 17 through April 22. From the platform of an innovative television […]