Category: gallery

‘Our Vulnerable Earth’ group show continues at Turtle Gallery

In fall of 2019, Turtle Gallery invited artists to contribute to a season-long group exhibit titled “Our Vulnerable Earth,” which is currently on exhibit and runs through September. More artwork will be added to the online show as it’s received. The gallery is open from noon to 5:30 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays but […]

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents two solo shows by Brooklin painters

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents two solos shows — “William Irvine: New Explorations” and “Tom Curry: Gradients of Light” — on view at the gallery from July 13 through Aug. 7. Both artist happen to live in the same Maine village of Brooklin. The shows are also available for online viewing at www.courthousegallery.com. “William Irvine: […]

Daniel Minter solo exhibit ‘States Of?’ opens July 16 at Greenhut Galleries

Daniel Minter’s artwork is a study of memory and the many ways in which memory is embedded into our past, present and future. Using archetypes, symbols, icons and folklore steeped in the context of African-American and African diaspora culture, Minter creates a visual vocabulary. Metaphors take shape out of common objects, infusing the energy of […]

Saltwater Artists Gallery shows fiber art by Cathie Peterson

Saltwater Artists Gallery will showcase fiber art by Cathie Peterson through August. Peterson started out spinning wool and went on to use the leftovers to create 2D pictures she calls “woolscapes.” The Saltwater Artists Gallery is located on Bristol Road (Rt.130) in New Harbor, half a mile before the Pemaquid Lighthouse.  It is open daily […]

New Era Gallery’s ‘Midsummer’ exhibit features work by Elaine Austin Crossman and Cristy West

“Midsummer 2020,” featuring paintings and prints by Elaine Austin Crossman and mixed-media works by Cristy West, opened July 11 and runs through Aug. 4 at New Era Gallery. A maximum of five people may be in the gallery at any time, and face masks and social distancing are required. Hand sanitizer will be available onsite. […]

Green Lion Gallery features online exhibit of work by printmakers and painters

Green Lion Gallery hosts its second online show, “In Scenic Pursuit,” featuring work by four Maine artists, friends and colleagues. Holly Berry and Molly Mains are printmakers, while Marguerite Lawler and Wendy Newcomb are painters. The four have met as a group throughout the seasons for many years to sketch on site and collect visual […]

Artist Graham Walton exhibits paintings and woodblock prints at Salt Pond Studio

Curated by Friendship artist and gallery owner Pam Cabanas, this solo exhibition at at Salt Pond Studio features the high-color, high-energy paintings of Nobleboro artist Graham Walton, as well as a collection of his woodblock prints. Walton is originally from midcoast Maine and currently residing in Nobleboro. “It is impossible for me to verbally explain […]

Symbolism is the focus of Maine Art Gallery’s new online show

The Maine Art Gallery’s second online show, “Acquired Symbols,” features former students and friends of the important Maine artist and teacher John Lorence. Because the gallery is closed for the season due to COVID-19, the images in the online show will provide a preview of works that will be exhibited in the 2021 season. The […]

‘Discussing the Line’ online panel discussion will be hosted by CMCA

“Double Bubble” (detail), by Tracy Miller. Courtesy of the artist and Mrs. Maspeth, NY. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland will host a virtual Tuesday Talk from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. July 21 with four of the artists whose work is currently on view in the exhibition “Skirting the Line: Painting between Abstraction […]

‘Maine Shore Birds’ opens at Archipelago

“Maine Shore Birds” is Jean Kigel’s third theme show of the season. This show, hosted by the newly re-opened Archipelago Gallery in Rockland, offers the experience of viewing her work in person at 386 Main St. from July 18 through Aug. 16. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. For this collection […]