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August 31- December 9, 2015 | Todd Webb (1905-2000) has been noted for capturing the eloquence of the commonplace. This exhibition of 24 black and white photographs from the USM Art Department and Galleries collection provides glimpses of New York, Paris, and New Mexico from the 1940s-1980s, where Webb lived before taking residence in Maine. The exhibition reception on October 15, from 6:30-7 p.m., is presented as part of the Maine Photo Project Symposium, which includes additional presentations about Todd Webb. The symposium will be held at the Glickman Library, USM Portland campus. | AREA Gallery Hours: ... view event
Through Sept. 7
Paddling down the Dead River to get to the Grand Falls Hut might just be our favorite way to make the journey, which is the reason we designed this fully-guided adventure. Let a Registered Maine Guide lead you on a 6-mile, flat-water paddle down the Upper Dead then stow the boats and hike the remaining 2 miles to the Hut. The cost for members is $207 for adults and $126 for children 17 and under. The cost for non-members is $230 for adults and $140 for children 17 and under. Lodging, all meals, guided activities and equipment is included in ... view event
June 1 through Sept. 30, a new seasonal exhibition by The Lively Ladies, eight mid-coast artists. Paintings capture things that happen in a split second, including observed scenes, bird sightings, expressions on enchanting faces and envisioned interpretations. Featured artists, who reside from Owls Head to Palermo, include Stell Shevis, Lois Anne, Deborah Winship, Rebecca Thompson, Lauralee Clayton, Edith la Roche, Elizabeth O'Haverty and Audrey McGlashan. Viewing times are weekdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., except holidays. view event
Through Sept. 12. Collection of fine art photographs selected from a body of work which
represents the forty-five plus years Jeremy Barnard has spent
photographing in and around Friendship, ME
Through Sept. 10.
Mesick, both of Southern Maine, collaborated in the creation of the exhibit,
which not only demonstrates their individual artistic voices but also their
Mesick works in
oil and pastel, drawing inspiration from the local landscape, particularly
nature's pathways. She views the pathway as a metaphor for mystery and
For the past two
years, Clough has been intrigued with the challenge of depicting place in her
work. Her pieces are influenced by her travels from the Southwest to the
Northeast and combine imagination, perspective and strong color.
through Oct 10. Large scale abstract paintings that incorporate King Arthur flour bags and that use the legend as their departure point
Through Sept. 27. an exhibition of sculptural works view event
Built between 1858 and 1860, Victoria Mansion is among the finest surviving houses of the pre-Civil War period anywhere in the country. It is internationally recognized for its original interiors by noted cabinetmaker and designer Gustave Herter, which are more than ninety percent intact.
In addition to daily tours, this year the Mansion introduces a special season-long exhibit, The Way We Wear: Fashion & Industry in the Nineteenth Century in the Mansion's Carriage House Gallery. The exhibit explores the connection between industrial changes and shifting styles of dress in the Victorian era and includes both historical artifacts and hands-on ... view event
large, progressive fair with extensive agricultural, arts and crafts exhibits. Large midway, animal pull events, harness racing and mechanical pulling. view event
Stage shows, animal and mechanical pulling, antique autos, midway, livestock exhibits view event
works by the artists Andrew Wyeth and Kosti Ruohomaa. The exhibition of both paintings and photographs will be on display in the museum's Wyeth Center through November 1. The exhibition Andy and Kosti explores the friendship between Maine artists Andrew Wyeth (1917-2009) and Kosti Ruohomma (1913-1961). Both Wyeth, an acclaimed painter in the realist tradition, and Ruohomaa, a photo journalist for National Geo-graphic and Life magazines, were famous for their iconic depictions of Maine life and the people who called Maine home, from farmers to fishermen. Both found Maine an inexhaustibly rich place in which to practice their respective arts, and in particular were fascinated by the relationship between its people ... view event
serving Anson, North Anson, Embden, Madison and New Portland.
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