Category: openings

Jack Duford exhibits nautical giclees

Ogunquit photographer Jack Duford is showing his outstanding nautical giclees at the Jack Duford & Hutchins House Gallery, 12 Perkins Cove Road, Ogunquit. His fine art giclees on canvas, stretched over inch and a half ash frames, are archival quality, signed, and ready to hang and enjoy for a lifetime. See for more information.

‘Maine Inspired: Art Luminaries at the Bicentennial’ on exhibit at Zillman Art Museum

Throughout history, artists have been attracted to Maine for its striking landscape, quiet remoteness and resilient people. As we celebrate Maine’s Bicentennial in 2020 and the state’s rich artistic history, the Zillman Art Museum showcases artists who have not only contributed to the cultural fabric of Maine but whose works of art are lauded internationally. […]

‘Small Wonders’ takes flight at Joy To The Wind

The year is unusual in every way with the pandemic, yet the joy of creating continues at Joy To The Wind Gallery. The gallery is currently featuring a new show of small paintings by Lynne Seitzer. Aptly titled “Small Wonders,” the show is all about birds. The opening is Aug. 7. “This year has been […]

Tom Curry exhibits ‘Surrounded by Water’

Beginning Aug. 6 and running through Sept. 8, Gleason Fine Art presents “Tom Curry: Surrounded by Water.” The Brooklin plein-air painter has been represented by Gleason Fine Art for over 15 years. This is Tom’s fourth solo show. Tom Curry is intrigued with the idea of being surrounded by water. His first port of call […]

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 […]

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art Presents Two New Exhibits

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents two new exhibitions — “Downeast Narratives: Philip Barter and Matt Barter” and “Clarity of Vision: Sally Ladd Cole and B Millner” — available for viewing online at and at the gallery through July 10. “Downeast Narratives: Philip Barter and Matt Barter” highlights recent work by Philip Barter and Matt […]

Three Solo Exhibits Open at Dowling Walsh Gallery

Dowling Walsh Gallery will host three solo exhibitions in July featuring work by Cig Harvey, Jenny Brillhart and Marilynn Gelfman Karp. The gallery will host an artist reception on opening day from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. July 3 and a gallery open house each Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. The shows run through Aug. […]

Carol Douglas Exhibits ‘Argentina in Quarantine’

Work by Carol Douglas will be exhibited in “Argentina in Quarantine” on July 11. A reception from 2 to 6 p.m. will be held at the artist’s home studio/gallery, located at 394 Commercial St., Rockport. In March, Douglas traveled to Patagonia to paint with a small group of fellow artists. COVID-19 was still a distant […]

Pam Cabañas Exhibits Diptych Shorescapes at Hedgerow Gallery

A solo show of recent work spanning a variety of mediums by Friendship artist Pam Cabañas is the first of the summer season’s offerings at Hedgerow Gallery. Paintings and drawings included in the exhibition are large-scale, diptych shorescapes that represent a departure for the artist. “Working on a larger scale is something I’ve always wanted […]

Kevin Beers Shows ‘Points of Light’ at Gleason Fine Art

“Kevin Beers: Points of Light” is an exhibit of new paintings of Maine and Cuba, including Beers’ signature portraits of old cars and trucks. It will be exhibited at Gleason Fine Art, 31 Townsend Ave., Boothbay Harbor, through July 21. Beers has been with the gallery for more than 20 years and continues to be […]