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Maine Artist Janet Glatz announced today that she has been selected for the juried:
International Parallax Art Fair to be held at the Prince George,
East 27th St. between Madison and 5th Avenue, New York City,
May 10-12, 2013.
Janet Glatz is known for her realistic paintings which are both striking and allegorical.
The Parallax Art Fair is the second New York show for the U.K. based organization, and was conceived and curated by art historian and theorist Dr. Charles Barlow. Each Parallax fair features over 200 international artists, and is described as the world’s largest juried international art fair.
Janet Glatz lives and creates in Brunswick, Maine, where she also teaches out of her studio. “I am delighted to be selected and to participate in a show that involves such an internationally diverse group of artists, and to present my new series, Man and Sea,” says Glatz.
The Parallax Art Fair NY will run Friday May 10th (VIP Night, 7 pm), Saturday May, 11th from 11am-7pm, and Sunday May, 12th from 11am-5pm. The show is free and open to the public. For additional information go to http://www.parallaxaf.com.
CONGRATULATIONS to Janet!
The SPACIOUS VISION Song Project will present a program of songs and arias for the New Year
- at the Bowdoin College Chapel in Brunswick
- on Jan. 4, 2013 at 7:30 p.m.
Internationally acclaimed singers Barbara Kilduff and Gerald Seminatore will be joined by pianist Brian Moll for a festive program of songs and arias by J.S, Bach, Benjamin Britten, George Frideric Handel, Ralph Vaughn Williams, and others. The program includes both undiscovered gems and holiday favorites. This concert offers a rare opportunity to experience world-class singing in the intimate setting of Bowdoin’s historic Chapel.
Soprano Barbara Kilduff has been an operatic and concert soloist in some of the world’s most prestigious musical venues, including the Metropolitan Opera, the Bavarian State Opera and La Scala. Tenor Gerald Seminatore has appeared in many operatic and concert venues, including the Frankfurt Opera, the Dortmund Opera, Glimmerglass and Santa Fe Opera, and the Aldeburgh Festival. Pianist Brian Moll chairs the Vocal and Collaborative Piano departments at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA, and he performs frequently around the United States and in Europe.
Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, 7:30 PM
Bowdoin College Chapel
Brunswick, ME 04011
Are you an Artist who depicts winter or winter inspired ART? Pastels, Oils, Acrylic, Encaustic, Charcoal, Assemblage, Pottery and sculpture.
Bling for her. Bling for him. Bling for your pet. Everyone deserves a little Bling!
“Year of Community” exhibition season announced for 2013 in celebration of Harlow Gallery’s 50th year
The Kennebec Valley Art Association is proud to announce the schedule for its 50th year of exhibitions at the Harlow Gallery.
The Gallery opened at its current location in downtown Hallowell on November 17, 1963.
In celebration of that milestone, the art association is celebrating with a community minded series of exhibitions, including partnerships with SpinOff Studio, the Vaughan Homestead Foundation, the Kennebec Valley Humane Society, and will be offering up to seven opportunities for Maine artists to exhibit their work at the Harlow Gallery in 2013.
JANUARY – FEBRUARY
KVAA Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale
A showcase of work by artist members of the Kennebec Valley Art Association. Art buyers can select work off the wall and take it home the same day. The artist gets to bring in another work of art to display.
On view through January 12, 2013 (continued from December)
Recent work by printmakers Sarah Vosmus, Willy Reddick, Donna Parkinson, Tony Kulik and Martha Briana. Dates for a series of printmaking workshops open to the community to be announced soon.
Opening Friday, January 18, 5-8pm
On view January 18 – February 9, 2013
Second season of Maine-produced webseries continues to gain national recognition and awards
The 4th annual Indie Soap Awards have announced the 2012 nominees to be awarded in February, 2013 at a gala event in New York City. The Maine made dramatic web series Ragged Isle has been nominated for seven Indie Soap Awards! The Indie Soap Awards are a prestigious recognition in the independent online entertainment community.
Ragged Isle is nominated in the following categories: Best Web Series (Drama), Best Supporting Actor (Drama)- Ian Carlsen, Best Writing (Drama)- Greg Tulonen, Rick Dalton, Karen L. Dodd, Barry Dodd, Jacob Lear, Best Directing- Barry Dodd, Best Soundtrack, Best Editing (all shows)- Barry Dodd, Best Visual/ Special Effects (all shows)- Eric Anderson, Derek Kimball.
In 2012, Ragged Isle won 5 major international awards including three Indie Soap Awards: “Best Director” (Barry Dodd), “Best Cinematography” and “Best Web Series (Drama)”. In addition to “Best Thriller” and “Best Supporting Actor” (Rick Dalton) from the well established online Indie Intertube awards.
Ragged Isle is a culmination of Maine artists from all over the state- including writers, actors, fillmakers and musicians. Ragged Isle can be seen at raggedisle.com and recently joined the new Entertainment Experiment online network, an internet platform to showcase Maine’s digital talent, where it will launch it’s final season in 2013 (entertainmentexperiment.com).
The Centre St. Arts Gallery, LLC at 11 Centre St. in Bath is seeking sculptors, painters and other fine artists to join the Gallery as associates beginning in 2013. The Centre St. Arts Gallery is looking especially for mixed media and three dimensional works to add variety to its offerings.
Artists who wish to join the Gallery should send four jpeg images, a biography or resume and complete contact information to email@example.com , with “Call for Artists” in the subject line by January 5, 2013. Questions may also be directed to this email address with the same subject line.
Art work will be reviewed by the Gallery, which is looking to increase the variety of types of work shown in the Gallery and the artists will be notified within 5 days if their work meets the needs of the Gallery. From there, artists will be asked to bring their work to the Gallery at 11 Centre St. in Bath, on January 15 at 9 am or the day before between 4 and 5 pm for final consideration.
The Centre St. Arts Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday noon to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday noon to 5 pm until Christmas. Exception: the Gallery will be open Monday, Christmas eve from 10 am to 3 pm.
The Centre St. Arts Gallery opened on December 1, 2012 and currently represents sixteen artists in this co-op gallery. For more information, please call Victoria Jackson at 207-841-2014.
CENTRE ST. ARTS GALLERY, LLC
11 CENTRE ST, BATH, ME 04530
207-442-0300 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pandora LaCasse, sculptor and lighting designer, has created three privately commissioned lighting installations on Maine Street. Toby Tarpinian of Morning Glory, Connie Lundquist, artist and interim director of Five Rivers Arts Alliance, and George and Liz Glover, owners of the Tondreau Building, all are hoping their efforts will inspire individuals and businesses to donate public art to Downtown Brunswick. FMI contact email@example.com .
Spindleworks has opened and online Etsy shop, just in time for holiday shopping! In addition to our regular shop at 7 Lincoln Street (hours Monday-Friday 9 am – 4:30 pm), customers both near and far can purchase select items any time through their Etsy page. It features a mix of hand woven goods, paintings, books, and accessories that are perfect for gift giving. FMI call 725-8820 or visit www.spindleworks.etsy.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Thursday, December 27 and Friday, December 28, Patten Free Library in Bath will screen the blockbuster film “The Hunger Games.” Show time for both days is 1:30pm in the library’s community room. This is a free event, open to the public; refreshments will be provided. Based on the bestselling novel by Suzanne Collins, the film stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland, and Elizabeth Banks. It is rated PG-13 and has a run time of 142 minutes.
In a dystopian future, the totalitarian nation of Panem is divided between 12 districts and the Capitol. Each year two young representatives from each district are selected by lottery to participate in The Hunger Games. Part entertainment, part brutal retribution for a past rebellion, the televised games are broadcast throughout Panem. The 24 participants are forced to eliminate their competitors while the citizens of Panem are required to watch. When 16-year-old Katniss’s young sister, Prim, is selected as District 12’s female representative, Katniss volunteers to take her place. She and her male counterpart Peeta, are pitted against bigger, stronger representatives, some of whom have trained for this their whole lives. Written by Suzanne Collins
“Black, White, Gray” at River Arts
“My theme is color and light, and anything can be a foil for that. I can’t say I have a technique but rather a process, that is, I follow my creative heart into different painting adventures. I paint in series. An idea emerges and it begs me to try it on in a number of variations. I’ve always said, ‘repetition could be the death of me’ hence the variety of what I paint.”
The primary reason I paint is to be able to play around with creating interesting color palettes using dramatic light and shapes as the foil for the color. I want my paintings to be an interplay between magic and reality accentuating a moment in time that traces the underlying character of the place I am in.
Stop by Summer Island Studio to view Abbie’s colorful work. The show will be up until January 31, 2013.
On Wednesday, December 5 at 6:30pm,
Patten Free Library in Bath will host Brian Cullen for an evening of acoustic classical guitar music.
Brian will perform Brazilian, Spanish and contemporary selections.
The program will feature some of the best known and most loved classical guitar pieces, including Spanish folk songs,
- “Cavatina” (Deerhunter Theme),
- “Recuerdos de la Alhambra,”
- “Capricho Arabe” from Tarrega,
- variations on The Magic Flute (Mozart),
- “Preludes and Chorus” of the Brazilian composer Villa Lobos,
- instrumental solos of The Beatles, and
- the hit “Classical Gas.”
Do join us for a great night of music.
- Sylvia Dyer,
- Shirley Lewis,
- Susan Rayfield,
- Jane Dorr,
- Vivian Wixom,
- Claire Vigneau and
- Mary Truesdell.
- Shamanic beings,
- lying carpets,
- spirit vessels and
- tools to access both inner and outer worlds are all included in the installation.
“My art is inspired by nature, by the physical world, and by the world of spirit. It is my way of recording my inner journey and embodies my search for a new myth, a metaphor that pierces the illusion of separation, honoring and illuminating both the visible and the invisible realms. Healing the split between our inner and outer worlds, our bodies and souls, we heal both our selves and our planet. We are all individuals, yet we are all connected. When one of us takes a journey, it affects us all. When people see my work they are often moved to tell me their own stories—and we all become reconnected in the myth, in the oneness we all share.”
Mills is an artist working in several mediums that include mixed media, photography, fiber, theatrical set design and costuming. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums on the east coast, in the southwest, and on the island of Bermuda.