Courthouse Gallery Fine Art Presents Spring Show


Janice Anthony, Incoming Fog, Ship’s Cove, Acadia, acrylic on canvas, 28 x 40 inches


Courthouse Gallery Fine Art in Ellsworth is pleased to announce the opening of their annual Spring Show on May 22, highlighting twentyeight gallery artists, three of which are new to the gallery—Kate Emlen, Richard Keen, and Christina Thwaites. The show runs through June 14.


Christian Thwaites, Three Sheds, oil on canvas, 32 x 38.25 inches


Also highlighted is an exhibition of monoprints and watercolors by printmaker Susan Amons. Amons created the work on Great Cranberry Island during a residency at the Heliker–LaHotan Foundation. Her work is included in numerous private and public collections, including the Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Museum of Art, the New York and Boston Public Library Collections of Prints, the University of New England, and the museums at Bates, Colby, and Bowdoin colleges, among others.


Susan Amons, Seaside Laundry, monoprint, 18 x 26 inches


Courthouse Gallery Spring Show participating artists include: Janice Anthony, Philip Barter, Lise Becu, Jeffery Becton, Judy Belasco, Ragna Bruno, Kate Emlen, Lisa Tyson Ennis, Philip Frey, June Grey, Charlie Hewitt, Kazumi Hoshino, William Irvine, Jessica Lee Ives, Richard Keen, Joseph Keiffer, Philip Koch, Rosie Moore, Ed Nadeau, John Neville, Linda Packard, Colin Page, Heath Paley, Stephen Porter, Alison Rector, Cynthia Stroud, Lilian Day Thorpe, Christina Thwaites.

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