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Robin Swennes will exhibit ‘For the Love of the Blues’

Robin Swennes will exhibit “For the Love of the Blues” at Casco Bay Artisans, 68 Commerical St., Building A, Portland, from Sept. 10 to Oct. 11. In her own words: I must have ...

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Three exhibits continue at the George Marshall Store Gallery

As summer gives way to autumn, the George Marshall Store Gallery continues its 25th anniversary celebration with three new exhibitions. Pam Brown, Gail Spaien and Julia Zanes combine sculpture with paintings ...

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Summer group show continues at Caldbeck Gallery

Caldbeck Gallery is presenting an evolving exhibition featuring gallery and invited artists throughout the summer. View the e-catalog at https://mcusercontent.com/c6bdac10295726afaab4a2246/files/4b369b1a-7653-4ccb-b80b-26150d6da577/Summer_Group_Show_2020_ecatalog.pdf. Caldbeck Gallery is at 12 Elm St., Rockland. Gallery hours are noon ...

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Maine Modernists at Blue Hill Bay Gallery

The early fall show at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery features two celebrated American modernists who painted Maine throughout most of the 20th century. William Thon, NA (1906-2000) was noted for ...

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MCA Essay Series: ‘What Maine Craft Means to Me’ by Theresa Secord

I weave ash and sweetgrass baskets in the traditional Penobscot tribal style. I admire the resilience of my ancestor basket makers, especially my great-grandmother, who actively practiced economic self-sufficiency as ...

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Archipelago’s new gallery show celebrates Maine’s working waterfront

Join Archipelago in celebrating Maine’s working waterfronts with the new gallery show “20 Miles,” on display through Sept. 27. “20 Miles” features the work of Susan Tobey White and her ...

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New issue of MMPA Antidote now available online

In response to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and local closings, the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts in Portland began creating the online series MMPA Antidote, which includes photographic artwork, audio interviews, ...

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Artists tell their stories with an eclectic mix of materials and genres in Maine Art Gallery exhibit

“Lost and Found,” the current online show at the Maine Art Gallery, features three Maine artists who create mixed-media narratives with all manner of materials from traditional art supplies to ...

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Meet the artists of MFT’s Bicentennial show ‘200 Years of Farming’ at virtual artist talk

To mark Maine’s Bicentennial year, this show focuses on some of the history, practices, triumphs, and challenges of farming in Maine over the last 200 years — from homesteading to ...

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Caldbeck Gallery hosts two new virtual exhibits

Caldbeck Gallery will show two new exhibitions: “23 Watercolors from the Weskeag Marsh,” a solo exhibit by David Dewey featuring a new body of work, and “Inside & Outside,” a ...

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John Whalley’s ‘Earth Tones’ exhibit and work by Thomas Higgins featured at Greenhut Galleries

Greenhut Galleries presents “John Whalley: Earth Tones” from Aug. 13 through Sept. 5. Advancing the tradition of American realists and acknowledging the Dutch masters, John Whalley’s paintings go well beyond mere ...

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Turtle Gallery's season-long exhibit Our Vulnerable Earth.

  Last fall we invited artists to join us in 2020 for a season-long exhibit called "Our Vulnerable Earth." We aim to present artwork driving attention to the vulnerability of nature. Art ...

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