Archive for New Harbor

Artists Ineson and Thelander Exhibit at Pemaquid

“At the Point”, a watercolor by Hannah Ineson

Two member artists at the Pemaquid Art Gallery discovered painting through drawing. Liliana Thelander of Bristol began her art career with stained glass, but studied drawing to design her own patterns, which led to her discovery of painting. Hannah Ineson of Damariscotta found she had inherited a natural drawing ability from her artist ancestors, a skill she found helpful as she turned to painting in early adulthood.

Liliana Thelander was born and educated in Venezuela, taking her computer science skills into employment in the banking industry, which brought her to the United States. In 2006 she and her family moved to midcoast Maine where she joined the Pemaquid Gallery as a member in 2015. She describes her style as “contemporary realism,” with paintings most often executed in oils, and sometimes acrylics. Thelander’s work is stunning, with subjects that “come to life” on the canvas.

Thelander’s subject matter ranges widely from animals and still life objects to landscapes and more. She has a “natural eye for detail,” and aims to create mood with her emphasis on atmosphere and dramatic use of light. She is inspired to paint moments such as she finds in family life, a trip to the farmer’s market, her children’s toys, vintage bottles and of course Maine scenery.

Liliana Thelander’s “Mother Loon and Chick”

Liliana Thelander is also represented by Mast Cove Galleries in Kennebunkport, Lincolnville Fine Art Gallery, Landing Gallery in Rockland and Gifts at 136 in Damariscotta. Her work is frequently seen in area shows and galleries and may be seen online at www.lilianathelander.com.

Hannah Ineson also shows her work in many mid-coast Maine shows and galleries, as well as in her home studio, Carriage House Studio Gallery at 45 High St. in Damariscotta. After childhood and college in upstate New York State, she and her young family migrated to Maine in 1972, where she started painting in watercolor with artist friends and teachers. Since then, she, like Thelander, has adopted oil as her chosen medium, although she continues to work in water media as well. She developed a method of using acrylic mixed with gloss medium, applied to canvas with palette knife, producing results similar to her work in oils, and more convenient when painting on location.

Ineson is primarily interested in landscape, but not necessarily based on specific geographic locations. She enjoys painting coastal scenery, especially Maine islands such as Monhegan and Hurricane Island near Vinalhaven. She also teaches watercolor journaling in Florida, during the winter, and has self-published A Guide to Sketch Journaling with Watercolor. In 2019 she presented an online course on the subject with ArtfulGatheringEvents.com. She is a faculty member with Marco Island Center for the Arts in Florida.

Her work can be seen in area shows and galleries and online at www.hannahineson.com.

The 2019 exhibiting members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker and guest artists, Kimberly Traina and John Butke.

The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Columbus Day. For more information, please call 207-677-2752 or visit www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Bristol Artists Hannah and Walker Exhibit at Pemaquid Gallery

New Harbor’s Kay Hannah’s pastel paintings of local scenery, such as “Over the Ledges by the Oil House”, are on view at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

At the Pemaquid Art Gallery in New Harbor this season, a visitor will view works by many artists inspired by the coastal scenery. Two such well-seasoned artists are Kay Sawyer Hannah and Bev Walker, both from small villages in the town of Bristol. Their work captures the full flavor of the Pemaquid peninsula, whether the subject is geographically located or not.

 Kay Sawyer Hannah has been associated with the gallery for 19 years. As a youth, she had enjoyed watching local artists paint along the shores and coves near where she lives, in New Harbor. She enjoyed sketching when younger, but did not paint until after college, when she began taking night classes and art workshops. After an earlier focus on watercolor, she has turned primarily to soft pastel.

 The vivid skies and water reflections of British painter William Turner influence her current work, which often feature the early morning and evening light, although this is a challenging time to paint, given the quickly changing colors. For that reason she normally paints, or at least finishes a painting, in her studio. Nevertheless, she is endlessly inspired and challenged by “the peninsula’s spruce-lined harbors and coves, rocky islands, and scenes related to lobstering. Hannah also enjoys occasionally incorporating flowers in the foreground or background of her landscapes.

 During the fall of 2018, Hannah’s work was featured in a solo show at the First National Bank of Damariscotta, and often can be seen at River Arts shows in Damariscotta as well as at local fund-raising events. 

Suffused with light and atmosphere, Bev Walker’s “Stillness” is typical of her compelling paintings of coastal Maine and can be seen at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

Bev Walker has spent summers in Chamberlain since 2000, and after moving to Maine from Michigan in 2016, became a full member at the Pemaquid Art Gallery that same year. Her art background is extensive, beginning with a BS degree in Major Interior Design from the University of Michigan, followed by earning her masters in painting in 1988 from Eastern Michigan University. During that time much of her work was abstract oil painting, but since then she has returned to landscape subjects. 

Although she paints only in the studio, Walker’s oil paintings are suffused with the light and atmosphere that makes the midcoast area so compelling. She is “inspired by things I see such as the way a tree has grown or the way water moves or the colors in a sunset.” Her paintings frequently feature the bold tracery of trees against a colorful sky, or the embroidery of foam from waves on the shore.

She is represented by galleries in Ohio and Michigan as well as Pemaquid Gallery. Her work is frequently seen in shows at River Arts, and can also be seen at www.bevwalkerart.com.

The 2019 exhibiting members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker and guest artists, Kimberly Traina and John Butke.

The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Columbus Day. For more information, please call 207-677-2752 or visit www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Paintings of Babb and Nixon On Display at Pemaquid Art Gallery

Judy Nixon’s gouache painting “Grace” can be viewed at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

At the Pemaquid Art Gallery, in New Harbor two artists will be showing their works in watercolor media, in particular, the opaque medium known as gouache. Known for its ability to show fine detail, gouache is frequently employed to depict complex subjects such as birds and other animals. Yet both artists go beyond the descriptive and show their artistic skill in composition and backgrounds.

Judy Nixon, from Bristol, is particularly inspired by the landscapes of her home peninsula and nearby Monhegan Island. She works in transparent watercolor, as well as the opaque gouache and acrylic media. She feels a personal connection to her subjects, which may be “an iconic landmark, or the creatures or flowers in her own yard.” Currently she is working on seascapes, flowers, and “critters.”

Nixon’s light-filled and colorful interpretations are seen on calendars and note cards as well as paintings and prints. After a career as an accountant, her creativity has been able to blossom since moving to Maine almost 20 years ago. Her work is frequently seen in area venues including local banks, libraries and non-profits. This spring she was awarded first place in watercolor at the Topsham Library, and several awards at the Maine Sportsman Art Show in Tenants Harbor. Her work can also be seen at the Boothbay Region Art Foundation gallery in Boothbay Harbor and River Arts, Damariscotta.

“Yellow Shafted Flicker” by Julie Babb is representative of her highly skilled and detailed bird portraits.

Julie Babb is well-known in the area for her highly skilled and detailed bird portraits in gouache, which include the backgrounds where the birds are frequently found. Scratchboard is another technique she frequently employs, which allows for detail in white lines against a black background. After early years living in Mexico, and receiving her first art instruction during college years there, she moved to Maine in 1962 and attended the University of Maine at Orono. She and her husband moved to Rochester, NY where she acquired five years of art education. Returning to Maine in 1992, she continued to study drawing and painting, including home study in ornithology. 

Babb has received numerous awards, particularly from the Maine Sportsman’s Alliance Wildlife Art Shows. Her work is frequently seen at River Arts shows in Damariscotta and the Boothbay Regional Art Foundation gallery, among other places. She is also an art instructor with experience dating from 1995, including continuous Adult Education classes for School Union 74 since 1999. Babb’s designs have been featured in many publications and on note cards. Her work can also be seen at Bayview Gallery, Brunswick and online at www.covehousestudios.com.

The 2019 exhibiting members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker and guest artists, Kimberly Traina and John Butke.

The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Columbus Day. For more information, please call 207-677-2752 or visit www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Award Winners Kilburn and Hallett Exhibiting at Pemaquid Art Gallery

“Maine in August” is typical of the unexpected color and perspective of Bill Hallett’s acrylic paintings of coastal Maine currently on view at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

Visitors to the Pemaquid Art Gallery are impressed by the variety of artist styles, and particularly their use of color. Two artists who have very different styles but use color as a basic theme in their work are Jan Kilburn of Damariscotta and Bill Hallett of Nobleboro. Both are well known in the area and are popular with visitors to the gallery.

Bill Hallett has lived in the mid-coast area for over twenty-five years, and his subject matter is primarily coastal. However, his use of color is unique, reflecting his upbringing in Mexico. Saturated, bright and bold, the colors highlight the traditional scenery of waterfront villages, boats and harbors. Somehow, the viewer is easily convinced that the color, while non-realistic, somehow perfectly enhances the subject matter.

Hallett states that “My aim is to intensify the visual experience of atmospheres peculiar to coastal Maine, where sky, land and water meet.” The unexpected color and perspective found in his acrylic paintings create an element of surprise, which is the artist’s intention. His still life paintings are similarly bright and cheerful, while the landscapes are almost like still life portraits of his subjects, particularly the houses with colorful roofs. He has a sure hand with composition as well as color. 

Hallett’s work, which is in national and international collections, also can be found at Gifts at 136 in Damariscotta, The Portland Art Gallery, Yarmouth Frame and Gallery, A Little Mad Gallery in Bar Harbor, Lincolnville Fine Art Gallery, and online at www.hallettpaintings.com.

Jan Kilburn is known as a teacher as well as for her colorful watercolor paintings. Like Hallett, she seeks, through color, to transform the familiar subject matter (coastal villages and landscapes) “into something expressive and alive.” A recurring theme is a cottage garden, surrounding a typical New England cape or house with a porch. Colorful skies are frequently part of the scene, and, if the painting depicts a harbor, the colors will be reflected in the water.

She specializes in a loose watercolor technique, which complements the medium so well. She also paints in oils, with an appealing technique similar to how she handles watercolor.

Jan Kilburn’s “Monhegan Harbor” is just one of her colorful and expressive watercolor paintings on display at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

Kilburn is primarily self-taught although she studied with other area artists in past years. Today, she is the one doing the teaching. During winter months, she teaches in Dover, New Hampshire and Saco, Maine, as well as in her own studio. She participates in the Damariscotta ArtWalk, on third Fridays from June to October. Her Bristol Road studio is open all summer, and her work can also be seen online at www.jankilburn.com.

 The 2019 exhibiting members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker and guest artists, Kimberly Traina and John Butke.

The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Columbus Day. For more information, please call 207-677-2752 or visit www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Saltwater Artists Gallery Presents Dog Days of Summer

Dog Days of Summer Art Show

at Saltwater Artists Gallery in New Harbor

Aug.18 – Sept.2, 2019

Saltwater Artists Gallery in New harbor will be holding an opening Reception for  its “Dog Days of Summer” show on Sunday, August 18 from 3-5 PM. The public is invited to tour the gallery, enjoy refreshments, and meet the artists. The show will be a two week celebration of summer on the Maine coast and will run through Labor Day. There will be door prizes at the reception, as well as a grand prize raffle drawing at the end of the show for a portrait of the winner’s dog done by artist Mary Buergin. The gallery will also be donating the proceeds of the sales of glass dog magnets created by glass artist Pam Wilcox to Midcoast Humane. The show will feature the wide ranging work of its 27 member artists – painting, photography, sculpture, jewelry, glasswork, woodturning, printmaking, pottery, and fiber arts. Something for everyone. Saltwater Artists Gallery is located a quarter mile before Pemaquid Lighthouse on Rte. 130 in New Harbor.

Saltwater Artists Gallery

P.O. Box 202, New Harbor, Maine 04554

207-677-2490

New Artwork at Pemaquid Gallery

“Harbor Reflections II” by John Butke is one of the new works of art currently on display at the Pemaquid Art Gallery at Lighthouse Park

 

As they have in past seasons, the exhibiting artists of The Pemaquid Artists Group have refreshed their panels with new works of art.  Visitors to the gallery after the mid-season point will discover many new and exciting oils, pastels, acrylics, watercolors, pottery and wood turnings.  In addition to larger framed works, gallery visitors will find smaller and very affordable paintings in the gallery’s bins of matted but unframed original artwork.  The Pemaquid Art Gallery exhibits only original work by local artists who reside in Lincoln County. There is an original painting or original artwork for every taste and for every pocketbook. 

 Current exhibiting artists include:  Barbara Applegate, Bristol, Debra Arter, Damariscotta, Bruce Babb, Damariscotta, Julie Babb, Damariscotta, Stephen Busch, South Bristol, John Butke, Boothbay, Midge Coleman, Newcastle, Trudi Curtis, Damariscotta, William Curtis, Damariscotta, Dianne Dolan, Round Pond, Peggy Farrell, New Harbor, Sarah Fisher, Damariscotta, Bill Hallett, Nobleboro, Claire Hancock, Damariscotta, Kay Sawyer Hannah, New Harbor, Kathleen Horst, Damariscotta, Hannah Ineson, Damariscotta, Will Kefauver, Damariscotta, , Jan Kilburn, Damariscotta, Barbara Klein, Bristol, Patti Leavitt, Bristol, Sally Loughridge, South Bristol,  Marlene Loznicka, New Harbor, Judy Nixon, Bristol, Belva Ann Prycel, Damariscotta, Paul Sherman, Damariscotta, Cindy Spencer, Wiscasset, Liliana Thelander, Bristol, Kimberly Skillin Traina, Edgecomb, Barbara Vanderbilt, Whitefield, Bob Vaughan, Bristol, Steve Viega, Walpole, and Bev Walker, Chamberlain. 

 Gallery hours are daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For more information, please call 677-2752 or visit on-line at www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Loughridge and Klein Exhibit at Pemaquid Art Gallery

 

Barbara Klein’s colorful portraits of structural elements in the coastal landscape can be seen at the Pemaquid Art Gallery. “Three Chimneys” is just one example of her artistic interpretations of Maine.

 

Two Pemaquid peninsula artists showing this summer at the Pemaquid Art Gallery at Lighthouse Park in New Harbor are Sally Loughridge and Barbara Klein. Their bold and colorful paintings depict familiar scenes from the coastal landscape. Both are largely self-taught who have had a passion for painting since childhood. They each claim that taking early instruction from other artists has been a significant contribution to their success.

 Loughridge has been a successful member with the Gallery for almost two decades, and also shows her work in a wide variety of venues in the area. She works in both oil and soft pastel, which is sometimes applied over water media. Some of her paintings incorporate gold leaf for added highlights. Scenes that depict impending change particularly interest her, such as a coming storm, seasonal changes, or sunrise and sunset.

 “The complex and mysterious interplay of form, color, texture, light and movement in ocean, sky, forest or garden” inspires Loughridge’s artistic endeavors. She finds endless source material in her home area as well as on Monhegan where she frequently paints. She is also an author and maker of creative jewelry. View her art at www.sallyloughridge.com.

 

Sally Loughridge’s “Monhegan Greeting” reflects her interest in capturing movement in the ocean and sky.

 

Her work also can be seen Mast Cove Galleries, Kennebunkport, Archipelago, in Rockland, and at an upcoming solo show at Camden Public Library in August.

 Barbara Klein is drawn to structural elements in the coastal landscape – buildings such as houses, fishing shacks, and lighthouses, and rock outcroppings and trees. Her appealing oil paintings are drawn from reality, but interpreted with an artist’s eye and skill. They seem to be intimate portraits of life on the coast, depicting where people live, work, and vacation.

 Working on location as well as in her studio, Klein has a unique color palette, drawn from nature yet impressionistic. Shadows and light are important elements and strong color injects energy and emotion in her work, evoking a response in the viewer. Her work is frequently seen in area exhibitions, and at Gifts at 136 in Damariscotta.

 The 2019 exhibiting members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include: Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker and guest artists, Kimberly Traina and John Butke.

The gallery is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Columbus Day. For more information, please call 207-677-2752 or visit www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Pemaquid Artists Paint Plein Air

Pemaquid Group of Artists will demonstrate their painting at Lighthouse Park on Thursday, July 18. Come and meet Jan Kilburn and our other artists!

 

Some of the finest art in the region can be found locally at the Pemaquid Art Gallery at Lighthouse Park, a little jewel of a gallery with a long history. The gallery, which houses works by 32 of some of the best local artists, is located in Lighthouse Park at Pemaquid Point.  There will be an opportunity to meet and talk with these painters on Thursday, July 18 from 10 AM to 4 PM at Pemaquid Point. Visitors will have the opportunity to watch painting demonstrations and talk with several of the members of the artist group. Refreshments and cold beverages will be served. 

The Pemaquid Group of Artists is one of the oldest art associations in Maine and is comprised of 30 permanent members, two guest artists and a number of supportive patrons. The group was formed in 1928 when a small group of local and summer resident artists from New Harbor sponsored a summer exhibition of their works. 

Each summer from 1928 until 1959 the group exhibits in a variety of venues from the Clifton Hanna Garage Hall, Willing Workers Hall and the Surf Casino to the Pemaquid Lighthouse. In 1957 well-known artist Gene Klebe was elected president of the organization.  Through his efforts and those of Alfred and Priscilla Dalmas, the current Pemaquid Art Gallery was jointly financed and built by the artists and the Town of Bristol. 2019 marks the anniversary of the gallery’s 59 years at the Lighthouse Park location and its 91st year of seasonal exhibitions.

 Today, the long-standing tradition of exhibiting works by local resident artists continues.  Artists residing year-round or for at least 4 months a year in Lincoln County can become members by submitting three works to a jury committee.  Jurying customarily takes place in early spring.

 Current juried members of the Pemaquid Group of Artists include:  Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, John Butke, Midge Coleman, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Dianne Dolan, Peggy Farrell, Sarah Fisher, Bill Hallett, Claire Hancock, Kay Sawyer Hannah, Kathleen Horst, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Sally Loughridge,  Marlene Loznicka, Judy Nixon, Belva Ann Prycel, Paul Sherman, Cindy Spencer, Liliana Thelander, Kimberly Skillin Traina, Barbara Vanderbilt, Bob Vaughan, Steve Viega and Bev Walker. 

 Gallery hours are daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For more information, please call 677-2752 or visit on-line at www.pemaquidartgallery.com.

Local Watercolor Artists at Pemaquid Art Gallery

Peggy Farrell’s watercolor painting, “Lighthouse Lupine”, is just one of her coastal scenes on view at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

 

Two watercolor artists currently showing at Pemaquid Gallery in New Harbor are Cindy Spencer of Wiscasset and Peggy Farrell of New Harbor. They both are inspired by the light and colors of Maine scenery, from coastal scenes to barns and gardens.

 Peggy Farrell is a long time member of the gallery and currently serves as Gallery Manager. Although she has worked in several art media including oil, tole painting, stained glass and calligraphy, it is watercolor that has captured her heart. Her loosely rendered watercolor images are a favorite of gallery visitors. Recently she has also painted in gouache, or opaque watercolor, particularly when creating portraits of birds in a natural setting, which she will be showing this year at the gallery.

 Working often from memory during winter months, Farrell recreates garden subjects, featuring both flowers and vegetables, as well as scenery familiar to every Maine coast visitor in summer. When painting figures, both human and animal, she seeks to capture the gesture or essence of the subject. As she comments “painting is my secret garden. I go there to find my inner self and put feelings and observations on paper.  When I am painting, I am just quietly me.”

 Find more about Peggy Farrell  and her work at www.thepottingshedstudio.com.

 

“Just Us”, an impressionistic and loosely rendered watercolor by Wiscasset artist Cindy Spencer is currently on view at the Pemaquid Art Gallery.

 

Cindy Spencer also enjoys watercolor which she feels “encourages her work to be alive with discoveries.” Prior to coming to coastal Maine, she lived and painted in the Mt. Washington Valley, with about thirty years of experience in watercolor.

Like Farrell, Spencer paints in an impressionistic style, working on her paper at an angle to allow pigment to flow and mingle spontaneously. Her paintings invite the viewer to engage their own imagination as they encounter the loosely rendered images. Color and light inspire the painter, and fill her paintings of local Maine scenery. She is also a watercolor instructor, offering both group and private classes at her studio in Wiscasset.

 Read more about the artist and her work at cindyspencerart.com.

The Saltwater Artists Gallery Opens for the Season

The Saltwater Artists Gallery will be open daily starting June 15 from 10 to 5 until Columbus Day.  About twenty artists have worked hard cleaning the seven rooms and putting the flower beds in order in preparation for the summer visitors. There are 27 artists displaying work in oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, fiber, pottery, turned wood, jewelry, glass, monotypes, and photography.

The Saltwater Artist Gallery is located on Rt. 130 (Bristol Rd.) in New Harbor, just 1/10 of a mile before the Pemaquid Lighthouse. For more information visit the web site at www.saltwaterartists.com