The Harlow Presents ‘Formations’

“Fireflies” by Brooke Hoerner of Bowdoinham


The Harlow presents Formations, a group exhibition of ceramic artwork on view August 2-September 7 at 100 Water street in Hallowell. The public is invited to attend and meet the artists at an opening reception on Friday, August 2, from 5-7pm. 


“A Little Help” by Cheryl Lichwell of Biddeford


Formations showcases handmade ceramics from 29 local artists working in a range of styles and techniques including utilitarian, decorative, traditional, contemporary, and more. The exhibition culminated from an open call for ceramic work and was juried by local clay artist Tyler Gulden and Harlow staff.


“Untitled” by Cathie Cantara of Kennebunkport


A list of participating artists by town is as follows:

Augusta: MJ Palluotto, Cassie Sano, Rachael Wilson

Bath: Heather O’Neil

Belfast: Jean Hardy, Russell Kahn

Belgrade: Lizzie Malvicini

Biddeford: Cheryl Lichwell

Bowdoinham: Brooke Hoerner

Brunswick: Melissa Bardsley

Brunswick: Lisa Evans

Cumberland: Meryl Ruth

Farmingdale: Barbara Loken

Hallowell: Ru Allen, Malley Weber

Kennebunkport: Cathie Cantara

Kents Hill: Dylan Gifford

Kingfield: Penelope Hall

Madison, Wisconsin: Juliette Walker

Newcastle: Liz Proffetty

Orr’s Island: Catherine Gibson

Portland: Vicki Fox, Patricia Harrington

South Portland: Kimberly Bentley

Topsham: Lonie Laffely Ellis

Waterville: Justin Knaus-Tucker

Windsor: Robbi Fritz Portela

Woolwich: William Flood, Dan Gehan

Formations is on view in the downstairs gallery in tandem with Women. Respond! – a group show which is on display in the upstairs gallery August 2-September 7, 2019.


Dishes by Lizzie Malvicini of Belgrade


The Harlow is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963. Exhibitions are always free and open to the public. Hours are Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm. For more information please visit or call 207-622-3813.

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