The Stable Gallery in Damariscotta inaugurated its final 2019 show, “Art Harvest,” this week. The gallery will hold an artists’ reception open to the public on Friday, September 20, from 5 to 7pm.
“Art Harvest” suggests a culmination and gathering-in, conclusion of a summer’s work. This final show of the gallery’s season will run through October 18.
Featured painter Daisy Greene’s popular work is sometimes whimsical and sometimes mysterious. It always exhibits a carefully-crafted color palette. “Moon Mosaic,” in acrylic, perfectly demonstrates Greene’s simplified forms, poetic conception, and blend of warmth and coolness. The resulting painting creates a powerful mood.
Also featured are painters Penelope Moodey, Caroline Clare Davis, and Christopher Reed; sculptors Marnie Sinclair and Laura Freeman; jeweler Mary Hall; ceramicist Lori Watts; and fiber artist Janet Percival.
The Stable Gallery strives to present truly individual and high-quality art and fine crafts by Maine artists. The gallery is housed in a 19th-century Victorian Stable, at 28 Water Street in Damariscotta. The Gallery is open daily 10AM-5PM until October 18. For more information call the gallery at 563-19991.