Saltwater Artists Gallery Reopens Featuring Work by Cynthia Smith

Linden and maple sculptures shown in foreground at Saltwater Artists Gallery.

The Saltwater Artists Gallery has been open full-time since June 19, after meeting all the COVID-19 protection requirements.

Cynthia Smith, who taught high school for 35 years, is the featured artist. She began focusing on sculpture in 1985 and works primarily in bronze, plaster, wood, stone and clay. Her newest pieces are carved from trees trimmed from her property. One is linden (basswood) and the other is maple. Smith approaches her work with thoughtful creativity, an appreciation of shapes and space, and a wicked sense of humor.

Saltwater Artists Gallery is at 3056 Bristol Road (Rt 130), New Harbor, just half a mile before the Pemaquid Lighthouse. The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Face masks are required.

Call 207-644-8849 or email kayndick@gmail.com for more information.

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