Category: Blue Hill

Cynthia Winings Gallery Toasts To A Great Season

Closing Reception for Season IV at the Cynthia Winings Gallery: Lets Toast To A Great Season Everyone is warmly invited to the Closing Reception, Sunday, October 9, 5 – 7 PM. Currently on view at the gallery is the Acadia Centennial Exhibition: The View From Here. The View From Here is a landscaped-themed show, and […]

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents Acadia Centennial Exhibition, THE VIEW FROM HERE

The View From Here is a landscaped-themed show, and coincides with the world-welcoming celebration for Acadia National Park’s Centennial, (1916 – 2016). I welcome everyone to join us as we celebrate the beauty of the Maine Landscape and the artists in the exhibition. The Acadia Centennial website states, “Encompassing 45,000 acres on two islands and […]

The Cynthia Winings Gallery presents “Plenty”

PLENTY is the third exhibition of Season IV at the Cynthia Winings Gallery, featuring the artwork of Josephine Burr, Avy Claire, and Carrie Scanga. The exhibition is on view until August 26. The gallery is pleased to present Josephine Burr’s ceramic artwork of fresco-like drawings and three dimensional sculpture. She writes, “As an artist I […]

Lans Studio and Gallery unveils new work

Award winning Stonington artist Lorraine Lans has unveiled a new work titled “Moonlight Howl 101”. Come by to see her work at Lans Studio & Gallery Located at 15 North Seabreeze Ave. She is in the collection of Acadia National Park and other private collections. She also is pleased to be showing her work at […]

“CROSS CURRENTS” at the Cynthia Winings Gallery

The Cynthia Winings Gallery presents the second group exhibition of the season, “Cross Currents”, featuring the artwork of Tom Curry and Lari Washburn. I am fortunate to exhibit the artwork of Tom Curry, an artist whose paintings of the Maine landscape feel symbolic of isolation and a deep longing for connection. His choice of color […]

“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 […]

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 […]

Open-Air Arts Initiative in Blue Hill

Blue Hill Heritage Trust (BHHT) and Cynthia Winings Gallery of Blue Hill announce the launch of the Open-Air Arts Initiative (OAAI) with a kickoff event on June 4th. The mission of the OAAI is to inspire creativity in the young people who live on the Blue Hill Peninsula by encouraging them to get outside and […]

Cynthia Winings Gallery presents “Let’s See:”

  “Let’s See, The June Exhibition” marks the beginning of Season IV at the Cynthia Winings Gallery.  Everyone is warmly invited to the Opening Reception for the new group show, Sunday, May 29, 4 – 7 PM. Let’s See: The June Exhibition, features the artwork of Ingrid Ellison, Tom Flanagan and Suzanne Siegel, with new work from […]