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Bean and McCartan at Centre St Arts Gallery

Robins by Barbara Bean

Barbara Bean and Ed McCartan will exhibit their paintings at Centre St Arts Gallery, 11 Centre St in Bath from September 21 though November 8, 2014. The public is invited to meet the artists at the opening reception on Friday,  September 26 from 5-7 pm. Barbara Bean will show her delicate and detailed ink and […]

I’d rather be in Paris!

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“It’s the art, it’s the food, it’s the architecture! I’d rather be in Paris ’cause I don’t understand the language. It makes life simpler.” Dona Bergen of Mars Hall Gallery just can’t get enough of Paris. It’s the place to be for an artist and gallery owner, like no other place. Come along on a […]

Connection with the land

Farm Knowledge by Abbie Read

What does dirt have to do with paint?? What do farms have to do with art?? Everything!! Not everyone who tills the soil can swing an artist’s paint brush, not everyone who creates detailed drawings can grow arugula. Maine Farmland Trust brings them together. Anna Abaldo, gallery curator at the Maine Farmland Trust gallery on […]

Date night Friday night, make a plan for art and good conversation

Golden Hour by D. Corey

This Friday take a drive out to Waldoboro to the new pop-up gallery on Route 32,  Brick House. The gallery will host Jean Kigel’s annual ‘Eastern Views” show. This year, in addition to her much loved watercolors and Asian brush paintings, she will have small one-a-day oils on panel. Jean has been creating wonderful works […]

Choreography in color

Where I begin by Jill Caldwell  30x30

You know the feeling….  you walk into a gallery and are drawn to a work of art. It’s as if a string is attached, pulling you toward the wall in it’s direction. You can’t help yourself, you are drawn in, compelled to study it. I love abstract art in all mediums. I connect with it. […]

American realism in Thomaston

Against the Rocks by Roger Dale Brown

Coming to Rockland to visit the Farnsworth Museum? I strongly suggest you plan a stop in Thomaston at the Haynes Gallery on Main St.  As you walk up the steps to the gallery, you are invited in by 2 friendly pups, Josie and her fluffy white side kick, Honey. The building is an old sea […]

High Summer! First Friday Art Walk in Rockland

May by Spruce Head by Björn Runquist

At the Landing Gallery on Elm Street in Rockland, the opening of “Maine Light”, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Bjorn Runquist will run from July 4 to September 7. Björn Runquist is a beloved plein air painter who has been painting in the mid coast area for almost 30 years. He states, “For me, making things is inseparable […]

Local Color: Salmon Pink

Soft completion by Karen Olson

Peonies and water lilies Debbie and I were excited to get on road  Friday evening to the St. George Peninsula event of the season, the first opening at Mars Hall Gallery. But wait! The light was just right for flower portraits. My friend’s garden has some wonderful and unusual flower specimens I just couldn’t pass […]