Category: openings

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 […]

‘Boating in Maine for Work and for Pleasure’ Opens at Kigel Studio

With watercolors, Jean Kigel captures realistically the old-time spirit of dories and sailboats in varying weather conditions. With oils, she paints in her newer style of geometric realism. This month, the artist presents paintings of boats. “Boating in Maine for Work and for Pleasure” runs from July 3 through 18 at her Back Cove Studio located […]

Mars Hall Gallery opens its 2020 season June 19

  Mars Hall Gallery opens its 2020 season on Friday, June 19th with a group show titled “Leo & Company”. This exhibit will showcase works by the late Leo Brooks along with other gallery artists. Brooks, who lived through the Great Depression, would sympathize with us today. Also featured are oil and acrylic paintings by […]

Anne Ireland Champagne Opening at The Gallery at Somes Sound

Early Reservation Recommended Wednesday, July 8, 4:00 – 6:00 pm Early reservations recommended! Our champagne reception will be held outside by the water’s edge with tours (maximum 6 people) being offered inside the Gallery to view the show. We encourage an early reservation to guarantee your attendance – for your comfort and safety, a maximum of […]

Reggie Burrows Hodges and Marilynn Karp Exhibit at Dowling Walsh Gallery

Dowling Walsh Gallery will host exhibitions of work by Reggie Burrows Hodges (June 5 to 27) and Marilynn Karp from (June 5 to Aug. 1). Also on view is an exhibition of works by Betsy Eby through June 27. Reggie Burrows Hodges’ work centers around visual metaphor and storytelling. He works primarily large-scale on raw […]

Hole In The Wall Studioworks Opens Exhibits

Hole In The Wall Studioworks in Raymond will show works by Debra Claffey (encaustics on panel) and Judith Schneider (acrylic paintings on panel) from June 20 to Aug. 10. An opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. June 20. Inside capacity will be limited to five people at a time, and a […]

George Marshall Store Gallery Opens for the Season

The George Marshall Store Gallery will kick off its exhibition season on June 20, a month later than usual. Due to COVID-19, things may be structured a bit differently, but the goal remains the same: to present high-quality visual art in a beautiful, historic setting. “This is a special year, in many ways,” says gallery […]

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art Presents ‘The Seafaring Narratives of John Neville’

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art presents recent work by Canadian artist John Neville. His engaging narratives of fishermen, with their dories chock full of pollock, sometimes with a mermaid on board, have charmed viewers for years. The exhibition, which runs from June 8 through July 8, can be viewed at the gallery or online at […]