Category: gallery

‘Winter’s Quietude’ at Back Cove Studio and Gallery

Now is the time to tuck ourselves under winter’s quilt. At Jean Kigel’s Back Cove Studio & Gallery, “Winter’s Quietude” features a series of oils and watercolors celebrating the stillness and beauty of winter. Kigel says, “I welcome this season that many others dread. It proffers time for solitude, contemplation, and creativity. My winter paintings […]

CMCA to present a Sunday Salon featuring ‘Into Action’ artist Mark Dorf

The public is invited to join the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) for an online Sunday Salon with exhibiting “Into Action” artist Mark Dorf on Nov. 7 at 3 p.m. The talk will be held on Zoom and Facebook Live. To register in advance for this free-of-charge presentation and to view the exhibition, visit […]

‘The Craft Maker’s Gambit’ celebrates the game of chess through art

Maine Craft Portland will celebrate the opening of “The Craft Maker’s Gambit” from 5 to 9 p.m. Nov. 5. The exhibition, inspired by the game of chess, will run from Nov. 5 to Dec. 31. The exhibition features 15 exclusive, handmade chess sets and chess-inspired work by 28 members of the Maine Crafts Association, working […]

Sandra Leinonen Dunn exhibition in Portland

Sandra Leinonen Dunn will show work at the Roux and Cyr International Fine Art Gallery in Portland in November.   The show will also feature photographs by her late husband, Steven R. Dunn, with the proceeds benefitting the Monhegan Associates of Monhegan Island. An opening reception will be held Nov. 5. Learn more at, […]

Artemis Gallery: Work by Christopher O’Connor bridges the digital divide to the natural world

Artemis Gallery will present Christopher O’Connor’s “River Reflection” series as part of its fall show, which includes other gallery artists. O’Connor is a native of Ireland, born in the colorful town of Dingle in County Kerry. His work and life are mirroring in their examination and curiosity of the world. His work focuses primarily on […]

Camden Falls Gallery presents ‘PAS DE DEUX’ featuring Aline Ordman and Tad Retz

Camden Falls Gallery presents the show “PAS DE DEUX,”  which can be enjoyed as painterly choreography between artists Aline Ordman and Tad Retz. Pas de deux (French, noun) translates to “a dance for two people, typically a man and a woman.” The show opened Sept. 17 and runs through Oct. 6. Ordman and Retz both […]

‘Tim Greenway: Refined Resurgence’ on view at Cove Street Arts

“Refined Resurgence” explores progress and beauty in the context of two photography series, South Portland’s petroleum tanks and the expanding cityscape of the Portland peninsula over the past two years. With these photographs, my hope is to provide a new creative way to view these familiar mundane environments that many consider eyesores. Perhaps to provoke […]

Dowling Walsh Gallery presents four new exhibits in October

Dowling Walsh Gallery will host four exhibitions in October. The opening reception for all shows will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 1 behind the gallery. Masks are required at all times inside the gallery. Joyce Tenneson: “Radiant Beings” Oct. 1 to 30 Haunting, ethereal, mystical — all of these words describe the […]

Celebrate CMCA’s fall exhibitions

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) in Rockland invites the public to celebrate its fall exhibitions with a reception for the artists from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 2. On view throughout the galleries are solo exhibitions by Ryan Adams and Hiraki Sawa and the thematic group exhibitions “Spatial Relations” and “Into Action.” The […]

‘Golden Days’ at Jean Kigel Studio & Gallery

As summer morphs into autumn, Jean Kigel Studio & Gallery features paintings of nature’s rich transformation from green to gold with the show “Golden Days. Kigel’s watercolors dance with flaxen fields and bronze hills, and her Asian brushwork celebrates colorful fruits and mountains. Kigel launched the gallery at 1396 Back Cove Road in Waldoboro in […]