Archive for Winter Harbor

Littlefield Gallery opens for the 2019 Season


Littlefield Gallery in Winter Harbor is open for the season featuring artists Amy Pollien and Amy Bernhardt.


Amy Bernhardt “Certainty of Tides” oil pastel matted and framed 28 x 28



Amy Pollien “Bouquet with Botanical Print” oil on panel 36 x 24

whopaints Gallery and Studio Winter Classes

Premise: The Artist as Truth Seeker and Perception Conveyor

Thursday afternoons 3-5:00.

Feb 7th – Drawing Fundamentals
Feb 14th- Oil painting: colors and mediums,
Feb 21st- Starting a Figure Drawing
Feb 28th- Assessment of a piece

They are free. Each can be taken alone, however all 4 will build to final class.
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Littlefield Gallery’s 2018 Online Holiday Show

Amy Pollien “The Celadone Vase” oil on panel 36 x 24

To shop Littlefield Gallery’s Holiday show online go to The gallery is closed for the season except for by appointment.   207.963.6005

Winter Harbor Holiday Shopping Night at whopaints Gallery and Studio

It is that time of year! Come party at whopaints Gallery & Studio Thursday December 6th.  There will several artists bringing their beautiful hand crafted items including  Rusted Pulchritude and Downeast Thunder Farms.  The Studio will be open all day long and festivities will begin around 5 with food, drink and song.  If you have an art or craft you would like to bring, send an email at!

THE ESSENCE OF MAINE Featuring Mark Herrington, Dan Miller, and Barbara J. Zucker

June 25- July 23 Reception Saturday, July 7, 4-6 pm.

Littlefield Gallery celebrates its tenth season with “The Essence of Maine” featuring stone sculptor Mark Herrington, wood sculptor Dan Miller, and seascape painter Barbara J. Zucker. All three of these distinguished artists have been integral parts of the gallery since it began. Mark Herrington  is a lifelong student of the creative process. He is a self-taught stone artist and has been a guest speaker at the University of Maine in Orono in his role as the first sculptor in the Littlefield Gallery Artist-in-Residence program in 2015. 

Dan Miller has been coming to Corea,Maine, for the past 55 years. Celebrating his 90th birthday this summer, he continues to teach at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, one of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the country. As an administrator, he has fulfilled the duties of Dean of Faculty, Acting Dean of the School, Chairman of the Painting Department, and, since 1998, Chair of the MFA Program. He has had 71 one-person exhibitions involving printmaking and sculpture. His work has has received numerous awards and is in private and public collections around the country.

Barbara J. Zucker’s paintings are in the permanent collections of The Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College, The Reading Public Museum, Woodmere Art Museum, Rosemont College, and numerous other public and private collections in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. She is listed in Marquis Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who of American Women. Her most recent solo shows were at the Eisenhower Theater Gallery at West Point, NY, the Montgomery County Community College West Campus Gallery in Pottstown, PA and the Community Music School. 

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Wendilee Heath O’Brien to exhibit in London

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Wendilee Heath O’Brien has been asked to participate in the Parallax Art Show in Kensington, London on February 3 & 4.  Wendilee is a self taught visual story teller painting in Downeast Maine. These stories are told in 5 mediums as each has a distinct voice – watercolor, pastel, oil, Asian Ink and Kinpakku- Japanese Gold Leafing. For more information visit

Winter work at whopaints on display at Winter Harbor’s Shopping night


Come visit whopaints at Winter Harbor’s Shopping night on December 7th. Along with the work in our gallery, we will be hosting several artists including: Shelly Shapiro’s Pottery, Jess Mague’s Photography, and Fogtown’s Brewery’s Brews! (Yes beer!)

For more information visit

Littlefield Gallery ends season with “Beyond the Sea”


“Grindstone” by Caren-Marie Michel

Littlefield Gallery in Winter Harbor concludes its ninth season with a group show “Beyond the Sea” featuring  artists Ben Lincoln, Caren-Marie Michel, Rachael Eastman, and John David O’Shaughnessy. This unique variety of interpretations of the coast of Maine will begin September 17 and run through Columbus Day, October 9. A reception celebrating the artists is Saturday, September 30, from 3-5 pm

Littlefield Gallery presents “Daniel Anselmi: Paper, Scissors, Paint”



Daniel Anselmi: Paper, Scissors, Paint
Littlefield Gallery, Winter Harbor
August 14 – September 10
Artist’s Reception Saturday, August 19, 4-6 pm

Daniel’s works on paper and canvas explore the use of paper as an ongoing dialogue between painting and collage. He uses artist-painted paper as one would handle a brush to elicit brushstrokes on canvas. Never using the new, he enjoys the felt quality of the discarded: blueprints, old ledgers, chart papers, and used canvas dropcloths are materials that offer an aesthetic conversation with his work. The paint he applies to these various materials, whether in large cut pieces or intimate fragments, and affix to already created surfaces, offers countless opportunities to express color, line, and form. Though sourced materials are not intended to be recognizable in these abstractions, sometimes surface traces remain that become a moment of discovery for the discriminating viewer.

James Groleau: Tide at Littlefield Gallery

"Hidden Falls, Bass Cove" collage on canvas 30 x 24

“Hidden Falls, Bass Cove” collage on canvas 30 x 24

James Groleau: Tide
July 17-August 14
Artist’s Reception July 22, 4-6 pm

Tide is a series of imagery exploring life at the margins of the sea. James Groleau was born in Lewiston, Maine, in 1960. He is the recipient of numerous awards, grants, and fellowhips, including a MacDowell Colony fellowhip in 2001. His work is included in the collections of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH; Oakland Museum of California; National Museum of Fine Art, Antwerp, Belgium; and the Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA. He divides his time between San Francisco and coastal Maine.

"Schoodic Surge" collage on canvas 30 x 24

“Schoodic Surge” collage on canvas 30 x 24

The process for the collage works:

There are several steps I take in the process of making a collage; preparing the paper is a key element. I first paint color inks on crumpled paper, the hills and valleys of which concentrate the ink in certain areas creating an irregular pattern. I allow the painted paper to dry then crumple it again and paint the back side often with its complimentary color. While the paper is still wet I stack one sheet over another and allow that to dry before separating them. I sometimes add acrylic medium to encourage the paper to tear in separation. The image is then created by gluing torn pieces onto stretched canvas. In general the darker colors are laid down first, while the highlights are the final touches. I then sand the collage to an even finish before applying multiple layers of varnish.

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