Archive for Blue Hill

Cynthia Winings Gallery opening for “Reverant Outcomes”

Image: M P Landis, Acrylic on canvas, 16 x 16 inches

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents “Reverant Outcomes”  a group exhibition with an Opening Reception: Sunday September 22 4 – 7PM

With New Work for Season VII from:
Louise Bourne Josephine Burr Tom Curry David Hornung Christine Lafuente Joanna Logue Buzz Masters Bill Mayher Libby Mitchell Carol Pelletier Jerry Rose Lari Washburn. And in the New Sculpture Garden: Ray Carbone Rebekah Raye Melita Westerlund and John Wilkinson! The Cynthia Winings Gallery is pleased to present the fifth group exhibition of the season  Reverent Outcomes. Everyone is warmly invited to the Opening Reception Sunday September 22 4 – 7 PM. On view  September 17 – October 14

Cynthia Winings Gallery presents A Conversation with Artist Jenny Brillhart

Jenny Brillhart, Pink House On Route 3, Oil on aluminum

Cynthia Winings Gallery presents A Conversation with Artist Jenny Brillhart, for the First Friday Blue Hill. Join in for casual conversation in the gallery about inspiration, process, and the current show. Talk starts at 5:30 and the gallery is open late. Refreshments provided and everyone is welcome.

“Summer’s End” at Blue Hill Bay Gallery

Charles McCaughtry, Island in Mist, Oil on Canvas

The “Summer’s End” show at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery features two modern realist painters with a combined 100 years experience painting the Maine Coast.
Mark Haltof’s background includes training in New York at the Arts Students League and the National Academy, as well as several Paris ateliers. He began painting in Maine in the mid 70’s with a group of artist friends who came for summers to paint Maine’s rocky coast, and eventually relocated here in 1984. He has shown his work in galleries in New York, California, Florida, North Carolina, Maine and is represented in The Portland Museum Art.

Mark Haltof, “Haulin Nets”, Oil on Canvas

Charles McCaughtry graduated from the University of Hartford Art School, and later studied with Barse Miller, Chen Chi, and Ed Betts. The interaction of earth, water, air, and light are major themes in his work, which often depict scenes from the Blue Hill Peninsula and Acadia. He has exhibited widely in galleries and museums in the US and Canada, and has held over fifty one-man exhibits.

Their recent work may be seen from August 20th to September 20th at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery on Main St. in Blue Hill, Tues-Sat 10am to 4pm.
FMI: email peter@bluehillbaygallery.com or call 207-374-5773.

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents “Attending to Evidence”

Christine Lafuente, Wildflowers In The Sun By The Cove, Oil on canvas, 10 x 10 inches

Cynthia Winings Gallery in Blue Hill Presents

Attending To Evidence, A Group Exhibition 

Opening Reception: Sunday, August 25, 4 – 7PM

On view, August 20 – September 14

Featuring:

JENNY BRILLHART

JOSEPHINE BURR

DOUGLAS FLORIAN

CHRISTINE LAFUENTE

JOANNA LOGUE

With New Work for Season VII from:

Louise Bourne, Tom Curry, Anna Dibble, David Hornung, Buzz Masters, Bill Mayher,

Libby Mitchell, Marjorie Moore, Jerry Rose, Lari Washburn and Cynthia Winings. The

New Sculpture Garden will have sculpture from Ray Carbone, Rebekah Raye, Melita

Westerlund, and John Wilkinson.

 

Cynthia Winings Gallery presents “Equilbrium” Opening Sunday, July 28

Meghan Brady, AM, Woodcut on Kozo, 10 x 8.5 inches

The Cynthia Winings Gallery is pleased to present the third group exhibition of the season, Equilibrium. Everyone is warmly invited to the Opening Reception, Sunday, July 28, 4 – 7 PM

Featuring:

MEGHAN BRADY

ANNA HEPLER

MARJORIE MOORE

NORIKO SAKANISHI

LARI WASHBURN

With New Work for Season VII from:
Louise Bourne, Tom Curry, Anna Dibble, David Hornung, Juliet Karelsen, Buzz Masters, Bill Mayher, Libby Mitchell, Carol Pelletier, Jerry Rose, Lynn Wessel, and Cynthia Winings. And in the New Sculpture Garden: Ray Carbone, Rebekah Raye, Melita Westerlund, and John Wilkinson.

 

Marjorie Moore, What Goes In Comes Back #3, Oil on panel, 20 x 16 inches

On view, July 22 – August 17

“A Midsummer’s Daydream ” at Blue Hill Bay Gallery

Stefan Pastuhov, Rackliff Island, 18×24 oil

 

The midsummer show at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery features three artists whose recent works “en plein air” capture the stillness and quiet beauty of the downeast coast. 

Bonnie LaBelle captures the intricate interplay of light and shadow of the sea and sky that envelop coastal scenes like our diminutive Pumpkin Island, which she present as a marvelous triptych. Bonnie studied oil painting with Edward Harrigan of Rockland, Massachusetts, who was mentored by Paul Strisik.

Descended from Russian grandparents who came to America in 1917, Stefan Pastuhov started his formal art training in Paris and received his BFA from the Boston Museum School/Tufts University. Painting in an impressionist style, with a loose brushstroke in larger pieces and finer detailing in smaller pieces, Stefan seeks out Maine’s unspoiled views of a varied coastal landscape.

 

Mary Byrom, Evening Surf, 14×18 oil

 

Mary Byrom lives on the coast of Maine within close reach of her favorite painting locations, the marshes and the rocky coast. A trained designer, illustrator, and painter she has an academic background in fine art. She was recently the featured artist in “PleinAir Magazine”. 

This midsummer show may be seen from July 19th until August 20th at the Blue Hill Bay Gallery on Main St. in Blue Hill, Tues-Sat 10am to 4pm. FMI: email peter@bluehillbaygallery.com or call 207-374-5773.

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents THRESHOLD, A Group Exhibition

 

David Hornung, From Youth, Gouache on handmade paper

 

Cynthia Winings Gallery, in Blue Hill Presents THRESHOLD, A Group Exhibition

Featuring:

DAVID HORNUNG

 

JULIET KARELSEN

Juliet Karelsen, Lichen Moon Series, Embroidery floss, wool, wool fibers, thread on felt, 14 x 14 inches

 

CAROL PELLETIER

Carol Pelletier, Twilight, Oil and cold wax on panel, 10 x 10 inches

 

LYNN WESSEL

Lynn Wessel, Spotlight, Acrylic and collage on canvas, 18 x 18 inches

 

With New Work for Season VII from:

Louise Bourne, Tom Curry, Anna Dibble, Ingrid Ellison, Buzz Masters, Bill Mayher, Libby

Mitchell, Ben Potter, Jerry Rose, and Cynthia Winings. The New Sculpture Garden will have sculpture from Ray Carbone, Rebekah Raye, Melita Westerlund, and John Wilkin-

son.

On view, June 25 – July 20

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents THRESHOLD, A Group Exhibition

David Hornung, Shelter, Gouache on handmade paper, 10 x 11.5 inches

THRESHOLD, A Group Exhibition
Opening Reception: Sunday, June 30, 4 – 7PM

Featuring:
DAVID HORNUNG, JULIET KARELSEN, CAROL PELLETIER, LYNN WESSEL

With New Work for Season VII from:
Louise Bourne, Tom Curry, Anna Dibble, Ingrid Ellison, Buzz Masters, Bill Mayher, Libby Mitchell, Ben Potter, Jerry Rose, and Cynthia Winings

The Cynthia Winings Gallery is pleased to present the second group exhibition of the season, Threshold. Everyone is warmly invited to the Opening Reception, Sunday, June 30, 4 – 7 PM.

On view, June 25 – July 20

Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents Artist Talk: Buzz Masters!

Buzz Masters, Quick Rescue, Mixed media, 18 x 18 x 3 inches, $1,800

 

 

Artist Talk: Buzz Masters!  Friday, June 21, 5:30PM

Please join us for an Artist Talk by Deer Isle Artist, Buzz Masters! Masters is a featured artist in the current show, Visual Voice, and I look forward to hearing about the way she weaves her life experiences into the story of her work, layering materials that are as varied as plaster and gold leaf, acrylic and oil stick. Buzz writes that her work is an “investigation of the malleable nature of memory, what we hold onto and what do we leave out in order to make our story.”

Everyone is welcome!

There will be refreshments, and the gallery is open late (7PM), so stop by and catch the current show, Visual Voice, before it closes (June 22)!Buzz Masters is the featured artist in the Spring Issue of Zest Magazine! A wonderful and well-deserved article – please check it out!
https://zestmaine.com/painter-buzz-masters

The Cynthia Winings Gallery Presents “Visual Voice”

Buzz Masters, We Called Out To Her, Mixed Media

 

The Cynthia Winings Gallery presents Visual Voice: A Group Exhibition, featuring the artwork of Anna Dibble, Ingrid Ellison, Buzz Masters and Ben Potter, with new work from Louise Bourne, Tom Curry, Bill Mayher, Carol Pelletier, and Cynthia Winings. The New Sculpture Garden will have sculpture from Ray
Carbone, Lunaform, Rebekah Raye, Melita Westerlund, John Wilkinson.

Everyone is invited to the opening reception, kicking off Season VII for the Cynthia Winings
Gallery, Sunday, May 26, 4 – 7PM located at 24 Parker Point Road, in Blue Hill.
On view May 21 until June 22.