Rockland’s 2018 First Friday Art Walk season continues on Friday, 1 June. Many of Rockland’s galleries will be open, including (but not limited to): Yvette Torres Fine Art, Archipelago, The Maine Coastal Islands Art Gallery, Artspace, The Art Loft, The Gautschi Center, Harbor Square Gallery, Stanhope & Spencer, Craft Gallery, Landing Gallery, Caldbeck Gallery and Black Hole.
Yvette Torres Fine Art is opening for the season with ‘Women of Black Mountain College’
Archipelago will be opening “Turning Towards the Sun” which will show through July 27th and features the work of Jeff Barrett from Monroe (carved wood sculptures), Holly Brooks from Portland (watercolor and acrylic painting), Karen Gola from Sanford (glass bowls and dishware), Debe Loughlin from Waldoboro (cyanotype collages), Dylan Metrano from Monhegan (papercuts), Wayne Robbins from Bath (carved wood sculptures), and Agnes Robinson from Holden (stained glass mosaics). The show features a wide variety of medium including paintings, papercut pieces, glass mosaics, glass bowls and dishware, cyanotype collage, wood folk carvings and more.
Maine Coastal Islands Art Gallery welcomes Lynn Travis of Lincolnville with paintings and drawings of flowers and landscpaes; Gwen Sylvester of Rockland, art of endangered plants and animals in Maine; and Sherrie York of Pemaquid with linocut images of birds and their watery habitat.
Stanhope & Spencer opens with a show of photography by Michael Kahn, produced by Harbor Square Gallery.
Craft Gallery opens with ”Nature as Muse” with featured gallery artists Lissa Hunter, Jacques Vesery and Dudley Zopp.
Landing Gallery will open “TREE and CLOUD”, and exhibition of new paintings by Sarah Faragher, opening on Friday, June 1 through July 1. The artists opening reception will be held on Friday, June 1 from 5-8 PM.