Category: openings

Markings Gallery Opens Its Doors

Markings Gallery, located at 50 Front St. in Bath, opened its doors on June 5, thanks for generous support from the community. June hours are Friday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. An online store is available at www.markingsgallery.com, featuring work by more than 50 Maine artists represented by the gallery. The June […]

Greenhut Galleries Reopens

Greenhut Galleries is reopening its doors. Due to the current crisis, the exhibition schedule has been adjusted and necessary restrictions will be in place. A maximum of 10 people will be permitted in the gallery at a time, and everyone must wear a face mask. Disposable masks and hand sanitizer will be available near the […]

Camden Falls Gallery Presents ‘Homecoming’

Camden Falls Gallery opened its season with the exhibit “Homecoming 2020,” a virtual presentation with interviews and videos by and about house artists Ann Trainor Domingue and Ryan Kohler. Camden Falls also welcomes a new artist to its gallery, Tom Glover. The works of these three artists show the importance of time, place and the […]

Courthouse Gallery’s Annual Spring Show Features 22 Artists

Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is open to the public and presents its annual Spring Show. The exhibit runs through June 12 and highlights 22 artists, two of whom — B Millner and Sally Ladd Cole — are new to the gallery. Additional participating artists include Susan Amons, Janice Anthony, Matt Barter, Philip Barter, Jeffery Becton, […]

New Era Gallery Opens ‘Spring!’

New Era Gallery opened its first show of the season on May 23 featuring new work by several artists. “Spring! Art in the Time of Pandemic, Volume I” is a spring-themed group show. A maximum of five people are permitted in the gallery at one time during gallery hours, and face masks and social distancing […]

Sarah Faragher’s ‘At Sea’ Opens at Landing Gallery

The solo exhibit “At Sea: new paintings of the Maine coast,” by Sarah Faragher, runs June 5 to 28 at Landing Gallery. Faragher was born and raised on the coast of Maine and still makes her home there. She calls her paintings “memoirs of my experiences with nature.” “The ocean is a constant companion,” she […]

‘Floriography’ Opens at Cove Street Arts

Originally conceived as an early-April show — as both an antidote to the cruelest month’s lingering gloom and a reminder that spring, with its florid proliferation of life, was on the horizon — the exhibit “Floriography: The Language of Flowers” feels even more timely in its new slot as the first post-lockdown exhibition at Cove […]

Caldbeck Gallery’s ‘Spring at Last’ Group Exhibit

  The group exhibition “Spring at Last” at Caldbeck Gallery features work by Alan Bray, Lois Dodd, David Dewey, Jeff Epstein, Melanie Essex, Nancy Glassman, K. Min, Kayla Mohammadi, Dennis Pinette, Dan West, Susan Williams and Nancy Wissemann-Widrig. To view the exhibit catalog, go to https://mcusercontent.com/c6bdac10295726afaab4a2246/files/a9e5b3d8-e5e5-4280-8ab6-c19e11d84848/Spring_at_Last_2020_ecatalog.01.pdf. Caldbeck Gallery is at 12 Elm St. in Rockland […]

Cove St. Arts opens “Portland 2020”

Please join us Thursday, February 6, 5:00 PM 7:00 PM for the opening reception 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. Though speaking of Chicago in 1883, Mark Twain could as easily have […]

Jazz Age Open House at Carol L. Douglas Studio

Jazz Age Open House The public is invited to a holiday open house at Carol L. Douglas Studio at 394 Commercial Street in Rockport. It’s from noon to five on Saturday, December 7. The theme of the party is the Jazz Age. Reminiscent of Bohemian studio parties attended by Bright Young Things, there will be […]