Category: Winter Harbor

Littlefield Gallery opens for 14th season

Littlefield Gallery will open on May 27, featuring four artists who are new to the gallery. A reception with the artists will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. June 11. Veteran artists Lesia Sochor and Mary Prince create unique collage work and paintings. Sochor creates oils on vintage sewing pattern paper that have evolved […]

Littlefield Gallery’s Annual Holiday Show

This has been a fabulous year for the artists and gallery! It is with great pleasure that we share their latest work with all of you! The show is online, but art lovers are certainly welcome to give us a call if they would like to see work in person or want a piece shipped. […]

Littlefield Gallery opens for the season on May 28

Artists Roy Germon and Amy Bernhardt will be the featured artists at Littlefield Gallery from May 28 through June 21. Roy Germon’s paintings are more likely to rely on the strength of a broad brushstroke over a finely drawn detail of the landscape. Invented color relationships often win out over a more exact palette found […]

Littlefield Gallery presents Annual Online Holiday Show

Featuring some of Maine’s most distinguished artists and sculptors, the 12th Annual Holiday Show highlights new work including paintings by Caren-Marie Michel, Amy Pollien, Sarah Faragher, Daniel Anselmi,  Scott Baltz, Joseph Haroutunian, Kathleen Galligan, Amy Bernhardt, Roy Germon, Katia Mason, Rachael O’Shaughnessy, and John David O’Shaughnessy. Pictured is Daniel Anselmi’s “1958,” artist-painted paper collage 27″ […]

‘Caren-Marie Michel: Maine’s Four Seasons’ opens at Littlefield Gallery

“Maine’s Four Seasons,” a solo show of seascapes by Caren-Marie Michel, is on exhibit at Littlefield Gallery from Sept. 14 through Oct. 13. Caren-Marie Sargent Michel was born in Portland and is a lifelong Maine resident. Michel’s work explores the urban, industrial and pastoral images of Maine and documents the ever-changing landscape in paint. Michel […]

Littlefield Gallery shows paintings by Marc Leavitt and Joan Freiman and sculpture by Hugh Lassen

Littlefield Gallery’s third show of the season features work by painters Marc Leavitt and Joan Freiman and sculptor Hugh Lassen. Marc Leavitt’s “Garden Series” exemplifies his approach to creating art. Color represents an overriding concern — with particular excitement occurring when color relationships offer problems that require continual exploration, layering and refinement. Building up surfaces, […]

Littlefield Gallery Presents ‘Surpassing the Ordinary’

Littlefield Gallery presents “Surpassing the Ordinary,” an exhibit of paintings and sculpture featuring artists Sarah Faragher, Mark Herrington and Joseph Haroutunian. Plein-air artist Sarah Faragher paints memories of her experiences with nature. “Through painting, I participate in the landscape, recognize transcendent moments in nature, honor the integrity of natural forms, and describe where my heart […]

Whopaints Opens Gallery in the Garden with Concert

Gordon T. Ward will perform a Facebook Live concert from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. June 10 in whopaints whopaints Gallery and Studio’s Gallery in the Garden. Ward is a singer-songwriter and author living in Maine. Information can be found at www.gordonthomasward.com. Whopaints will be open this summer as an outdoors-only Gallery in the Garden. Watch […]

Littlefield Gallery presents “David Estey: Improvisations virtual show”

David Estey: Improvisations virtual show is now available on http://www.littlefieldgallery.com/david-estey-improvisations1.html. Rearranging the Deck Chairs  acrylic on panel  18″ x 24 “ “My work may seem purely improvisational, an abstract exploration of marks on a surface that justify themselves. Yet it is so much more. As a Mainer, I cannot escape the serene beauty of the snowy […]

Littlefield Gallery Presents “Ben Lincoln: Interface”

  Littlefield Gallery in Winter Harbor presents, Ben Lincoln: Interface. August 19 – September 15   Artist’s Reception Saturday, August 31, 4-6 pm My paintings feature a variety of subjects in styles that range from realism to abstraction to my own brand of expressive surrealism, with approaches that prioritize both the aesthetic and the allegorical. […]