Category: gallery

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents ‘The Mid-Winter Valentine’s Day Show’

  The Cynthia Winings Gallery in Blue Hill presents: The Mid-Winter Valentine’s Day Show. An annual party where you keep your coat on, and maybe your hat – It’s on Valentines Day this year! – Featuring the artworks of Louise Bourne, Jenny Brillhart, Molly Blake, Avy Claire, Tom Curry, Devta Doolan, Sarah Doremus, Buzz Masters, Bill Mayher, […]

Cove St. Arts Presents ‘Portland 2020’

Please join us for the opening reception on February 6 from 5-7 of Portland 2020, an open juried photography show curated by Bruce Brown. The exhibition explores Portland today as Maine celebrates its bicentennial with photographs from over 50 different artists.

Maine Farmland Trust Gallery Presents ‘Farm Tools Project’

  The Maine Farmland Trust Gallery in Belfast, features the Farm Tools Project, a collaboration between Fiore Art Center Residency alumni Sarah Loftus (2017) and Michel Droge (2018). Loftus and Droge explore the relationships between farmers and the land with a series of cyanotype prints of hand tools pulled from barns, fields, and greenhouses at […]

Greenhut Galleries Presents ‘Focus: Printmaking III’

    Greenhut Galleries, in Portland Presents Focus: Printmaking III on view from Feb 6- March 28 with an opening receptions on Feb 8 from 1-3. The participating artists employ a wide variety of printmaking techniques and many belong to Maine printmaking organizations including Peregrine Press, Circling the Square Press, Printcraft, Running With Scissors and […]

Spotlight Artists Grace DeGennaro and Marc Leavitt at Cove St. Arts

  Cove St. Arts in Portland is showing works by Marc Leavitt and Grace DeGennaro. Marc Leavitt’s Mithuna series weaves East and West together. “Mithuna,” in Tantric art, refers to couples sculptured in close embrace. The series is an ongoing exploration of gender, nationality, and human sensuality. Grace DeGennaro’s compositions are based on traditional symbols and […]

Carol L. Douglas Studio Presents “Censored. Me. Really.”

In 2014, Carol L. Douglas was part of a duo show at a university gallery in Rochester, NY. The show was vast: a body of sixty large pieces including abstracts and nudes. Douglas’ work dealt with the marginalization of women, exploring issues like religious submission, bondage, slavery, prostitution, obesity, and exploitation. It was featured in […]

MMPA Celebrates 10 Years & 100 Photo Collectors

Maine Museum of Photographic Arts in Portland, celebrates 10 years and 100 photo collectors.  An opening reception will be held on Feb 13 6-8, the show will run from Feb 13 – May 16 and will close with an artist talk given by Brenton Hamilton on May 16 6-8.  

Reggie Burrows Hodges Awarded Ellis-Beauregard Fellowship

Dowling Walsh Gallery artist Reggie Burrows Hodges has been awarded the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation Fellowship in the Visual Arts. The Ellis-Beauregard Fellowship awards $25,000 to a Maine artist working in the visual arts and is paired with a solo exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, a scholarly publication and a gallery talk.

Sunday Salon with artists featured in ‘Temporality’

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), in Rockland invites the public to attend the second in a series of Sunday Salon gallery talks related to the exhibition “Temporality: The Process of Time,” on January 5 at 3pm. Presenters will include exhibiting artists Caleb Charland, Clint Fulkerson, and Kate Russo. Each artist will share images […]

Announcements from The Maine Crafts Association

Preparing for a Wholesale Show: Panel Discussion MCA presents Preparing for a Wholesale Show, a panel discussion in our ongoing Wholesale Resource Hub program. The discussion will focus on best practices in preparing for a wholesale show, and audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions. The conversation will be relevant to any wholesale […]