Category: gallery

UMaine Museum of Art announces Fall Exhibitions

Contemporary Currents: Nine New Brunswick Artists highlights a diversity of creative approaches and genres—from representational to conceptual—by artists from throughout New Brunswick. Also varied is the wide range of media in the exhibition that includes ceramic, photography, oil painting, assemblage, mixed media, sculpture and printing processes. The works in Contemporary Currents underscore the refreshingly pluralist […]

Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment

The Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) in partnership with The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) present “Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment”, an art exhibition which contemplates the importance of the 14th Amendment. Themes depicted relate to many areas of American society covered by the amendment: including due process, liberty, […]

Remembering Julian Sacks at Tidemark Gallery

It was a wonderful day when Julian joined our little gallery and it was a terrible day when we lost him. But he left us with such wonderful gifts; his wisdom and warm friendship, corny jokes, a special recipe for pickled herring and bright landscape paintings of the many places he loved. Where ever he […]

“Back to School Special” and “Things Remembered” at George Marshall Store Gallery

The George Marshall Store Gallery recently opened two new exhibitions for the month of September. Aptly named for the season is “Back to School Special” which features work by the faculty of the University of New Hampshire Department of Art. Also on view is “Things Remembered” by Portsmouth artist Michael Stasiuk, who combines fragments of […]

Current Exhibitions at Dowling Walsh Gallery

David Graeme Baker is a graduate of Wesleyan University and studied painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. He currently resides with his wife and two sons in Hancock, Maine. David’s contemporary domestic genre scenes are imbued with mystery and tension creating enigmatic narratives that explore our relationships with ourselves and one another. […]

“Light to Be Discovered” at the Deer Isle Artists Association

There is “Light to Be Discovered” at the Deer Isle Artists Association, as their latest show clearly indicates! Artists Don Bardole, Peggy de Wolf, Michael DeMatteo, Ron Deprez, Emily Johansen, David Kofton, Leslie Miller Landrigan, Woodley Osborne, Carolyn Raedle, David Simonds, Walter Smalling, and Carolyn Walton demonstrate how they approach this theme in their work, […]

PLEIN AIR PAIRING at Landing Gallery

Landing Gallery, 409 Main St. in Rockland is pleased to announce the opening of “PLEIN AIR PAIRING”, an exhibition of new paintings by Monique Lazard and Tom Curry, opening on Friday, September 16 through October 29. The Artists’ Opening Reception will be held on Friday, September 16th from 5-8 PM. Monique’s landscape paintings have sense […]

The Artist’s Muse: Favorite Places to Paint

“The Artist’s Muse: Favorite Places to Paint” is a new exhibition at Camden Falls Gallery that features a collection of plein air and studio paintings by artists Scott Moore, George Van Hook, Peter Yesis,  Jonathan McPhillips, and Brad Betts, From quaint villages and quiet harbors to verdant pastures and majestic mountains, the show reflects many […]

Aarhus Gallery Artist Reunion at Betts Gallery

  Betts Gallery announces a reunion show of the original artists from the former Aarhus Gallery- but with an interesting twist; each Aarhusian has invited an artist friend to include one piece to hang alongside their work in the exhibition. Some pairings are collaborative while others feature works that are distinctly different. The artists include […]

Littlefield Gallery’s Fall Group Show

The Littlefield Gallery finishes up its eighth season with a Fall Group Show featuring Caren-Marie Michel, John Stass, and Joan Freiman. Work by these artists and others can be viewed daily from 11-5:30 through Columbus Day. Caren-Marie Michel Caren-Marie Sargent Michel was born in Portland, Maine and is a lifelong Maine resident. Her work explores the […]