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Belva Ann Prycel at Summer Island Studio for September

| September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Please join us at Summer Island Studio – Gallery of Fine Artisans located in the Tontine Mall Brunswick, Maine for the opening of Belva Ann Prycel, a unique and engaging, multi-talented artist on Brunswick’s 2nd Friday Art Walk, September 12th from 5pm to 8pm.  Wine, cheese, and horsdoerves will be served with live music by Frank Siegel and our always vibrant gallery collection of Maine made fine jewelry, art, clothing and crafts.
Prycel’s landscape paintings are inspired from the tidal environments, expansive skies and expressive rivers of the northeast coast. As well as, Belva Ann’s acclaimed books of Maine, which richly illustrate her personal experiences with resonance and grace, both will be featured during the month of September.
Living in Alna & Round Pond, Pyrcel exhibits her paintings and appears for book signings throughout the region.  During her month long showing autographed copies of three of Pyrcel’s books will be available: “Times and Tides”, is an illustrated memoir of personal essays of the coast; “Water Tales”, is a collection of humorous stories of the author’s life around and on water; and “Passage”, is the story of the loss of Prycel’s family that speaks intimately to our fragile humanity.
Prycel is a graduate of Rowan College, teaching painting and drawing in public schools and at her private studio for over 30 years.  Originally from New Jersey she was a well-known cover artist for “South Jersey Magazine” and in 2000 was featured in the award winning documentary “Bayside Artists: Celebrating our Sense of Place.” 

Publishing Party and Poetry Reading @ Gulf of Maine Books!

| September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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On Friday, September 12, as a part of the Brunswick Art Walk, Gulf of Maine Books (134 Maine Street, Brunswick) will host a publishing party and reading for the new poetry collection Files From The Bum’s Academy, edited by Victor Fazekas and published by the Cleaveunder Press of Brunswick.
The collection includes new work by local poets Matthew Boucher, Victor Fazekas, Terry Grasse, James Koller, Gary Lawless, Stephen Petroff and Pam Burr Smith.
The authors will read from the anthology from 6:30-7:30.
The collection is a 68 page paperback, selling for $12, and available by mail from Gulf of Maine Books for $15.
The event is free, and open to the public.
For more information, please call the bookstore at 729-5083.

Chance Encounters occur at Points of View Art Gallery

| August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Chance Encounters brings together 4 artists at Points of View Art Gallery in September.  The show highlights the serendipity of art – from topic, to format, to composition.

 

Endangered Species, by Bonnie Dickey

Endangered Species, by Bonnie Dickey

 

Granite Reflections X, by Barbara Snapp

Granite Reflections X, by Barbara Snapp

 

Each artwork is the product of a chance encounter between the artist, the subject, and the medium.  And each artist has her own distinctive approach to creativity.  Chance Encounters is a celebration of this artistic uniqueness in process and product.

5 Fish, by Beth Heron

5 Fish, by Beth Heron

 

3 Totems, by Ann Slocum

3 Totems, by Ann Slocum

 

Join Bonnie Dickey, Beth Heron, Ann Slocum and Barbara Snapp for an artist reception on

Friday, September 12 from 5 to 8 pm.

 

And in the Garret Gallery on the third floor of

Points of View Art Gallery…

Coastal Garden, Joe Godleski

Coastal Garden, Joe Godleski

 

Joe Godleski turns the space into a floral wonderland with Blooming –a collection of paintings that celebrate flowers from the garden to the table, from humble to exotic, and from bud to last day’s bloom.

Bottled, Joe Godleski

Bottled, Joe Godleski

White Orchid, Joe Godleski

White Orchid, Joe Godleski

Dates for both shows:  August 25 –  September 26

Gallery Hours:  regular business hours, from 9 am-5 pm weekdays.

Points of View Art Gallery in the Brunswick Business Center

18 Pleasant Street, Brunswick

Artist reception: Friday, September 12  from 5 to 8 pm,

during Brunswick’s Second Friday Art Walk.

FMI:  Points of View Art Gallery (207) 373-9300, www.povartistsmaine.com

 

Free screening of Herb & Dorothy 50X50 in Brunswick on September 4, 2014

| August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bowdoin College Museum of Art

 

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will be showing the 2013 film Dorothy and Herb, 50X50 at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 4, in Kresge Auditorium, Visual Arts Center. Following the film, famed art collector Dorothy Vogel, featured in the film together with her husband Herb, and Megumi Sasaki, producer and director of the film, will engage in a public question and answer discussion. The audience is invited to a reception at the Museum of Art immediately after the screening to meet and speak with Dorothy Vogel and Megumi Sasaki and to view the exhibition of a selection of works given to the Bowdoin College Museum of Art by Herb and Dorothy Vogel. The film and reception are open to the public.

Developed as the follow-up film to Megumi Sasaki’s award-winning documentary Herb & Dorothy (2008) that moved millions of art-lovers worldwide, Herb & Dorothy 50X50 captures the last chapter of the Vogel’s extraordinary life and their gift to the nation, raising various questions on art, and what it takes to support art in today’s society. A ‘road movie’ through the art world, the film takes the audience on a journey across the US to eleven recipient museums, from Honolulu to Fargo, meeting curators and visitors, and introduces famous (often controversial) artists, as well as unknown favorites of Herb and Dorothy.

The free screening of Herb & Dorothy 50X50 is presented in conjunction with the exhibition “It’s What You Do With What You View”: Selections from the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on view through September 14 at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.  The installation celebrates the generous donation of well over 300 works from the celebrated collection of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel by Dorothy Vogel to the Museum in December 2013. The show reflects the evolving history of minimal, post-minimal, and conceptual art practice, and features the work of numerous iconic artists including Robert Barry, Dan Graham, Edda Renouf, Julian Schnabel, Pat Steir, Richard Tuttle, and Dorothy and Herbert Vogel themselves.

For more information, phone 735-3275 or e-mail artmuseum@bowdoin.edu

STITCHES: September Show @ Spindleworks

| August 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

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What: Stitches
When:  September 5-October 31, 2014
Where: Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks
Reception: September 12, 5-8pm
 
It all started with spinning and weaving. Spindleworks is known for colorful threads that have made their way into clothing in the form of woven vests and scarves and onto tables in the form of runners and placemats.
Over the years, the love of things fiber has only expanded in its scope among the artists at Spindleworks. While many spend at least some of their time weaving, a number also embroider, as well as quilt using fabric painting and collage, and unique stitching to embellish their compositions.
“Stitches” presents a new body of work spanning these different thread based media and different techniques including freestyle weaving and free motion quilting. Inspiration has come  both from the artist mentors such as Catherine Worthington whose art quilts are well known in Brunswick, and from visiting artists such as Emi Ito who came for a presentation of her work this past winter.
The exhibit is rich with texture and color and will include finished pieces as well as raw material for purchase.
Join us on September 12th for the Second Friday Artwalk, 5-8pm. The exhibit will run through October.

 

Enoteca hosting Lee Reiff this Month

| August 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pop into Enoteca this month for a glass of wine, or dinner and be sure to check out Lee Reiff’s work throughout the restaurant. Perhaps you’ ll find the perfect piece to take home with you.

 

 

“Painting to me means discovery. Whether I’m painting seascapes or landscapes, the experience is always fresh, with the ability to surprise and excite.

When I’m scouting for scenes to paint and something catches my eye, I stop then slowly turn around. It’s amazing what treasures I find in the shadows of a barn, or juxtaposition of rocks and sea, or cows resting in a meadow…just by looking around and behind me.

I am moved by the beauty that surrounds me. I hope my paintings convey that to you.”

- Lee Reiff

Gallery Framing Hosting Laurie Sproul and Fern Stearns

| August 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

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August ArtWalk this Friday Evening…

| August 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

 

Music  and art will again be combined for  the 2nd Friday Art Walk Friday, August 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Brunswick downtown area.

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Musicians will be located throughout the ArtWalk:

-Stan Davis on guitar playing  folk and blues music,  will be at the Tontine Mall;

-Randy Lindsay will be strolling the streets with guitar, providing easy listening
and jazz;

-Married with Chitlins,  Chris and Liz Lannon,  an acoustic music duo, will perform traditional American folk  music at Cool as a Moose;

-Pretty Girls Sing Soprano, Susan Bean Mathews, Ingrid Ayer-Richardson and
Shelly Hatton Kirkpatrick, harmonize to sing a variety of genre at Gelato Fiasco ;

-Carter Ruff- who by day is a luthier, repairing  and building guitars and other stringed instruments, will be at the Bank of America with acoustic  blue grass, and

-Kevin Wyman from The Music Center will play rock, blues and jazz at St Paul’s Group Show!

 

Bridget McAlonan’s art is featured on the August ArtWalk poster. Bridget explains,    “The Gathering” is based on a dream in which,  after feeling raw and cold from the long winter, spring and summer come along bringing the lush green.  The image tells me that even though something might seem imposing, or perhaps dead and scary (like bones) there is still the potential for life and growth.”

This painting is among several of McAlonan’s  that are currently on exhibit at the Frank Brockman Gallery located at 68 Maine Street.

The 20 exhibit areas located throughout downtown range from St. Paul’s Church on Pleasant Street to Maine Street,  and right and left onto Maine Street.  Access to these venues is simplified with the free services of the Brunswick Explorer which circles the art show route throughout the evening.
ArtWalk flags identify the exhibit areas and bus stops.

Twenty Brunswick restaurants are sponsoring the 2014 season along with other area business, all listed in the ArtWalk brochure.  This 26-page brochure includes a map with locations of all the artists,  a list of the performing artists and musicians,  a list of sponsoring restaurants, and a map showing the route of the Brunswick Explorer.

Review and/or Download a copy of the brochure here or pick one up at anyone of the venues participating in the ArtWalk.

Co-Director’s Tour of Richard Tuttle: A Print Retrospective

| August 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Co-Director’s Tour of Richard Tuttle: A Print Retrospective
Friday, August 8, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

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Anne Collins Goodyear, co-director,will lead a tour of the major exhibition Richard Tuttle: A Print Retrospective for Brunswick’s Second Friday ArtWalk.

“…the most exciting and important exhibition of contemporary art to have been mounted in Maine in many years…” says the Portland Press Herald.

Organized in close collaboration with the artist, Richard Tuttle: A Print Retrospective reveals the centrality of printmaking for this contemporary master. The exhibition, spanning four decades and including over 100 works, demonstrates how Tuttle reinvents printmaking, recasting the very nature of art itself.

The Bowdoin College Museum of Art will be remain open until 8:00 p.m. on August 8th.  Free and open to the public. Enjoy a Friday evening at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art and at other Brunswick locations.

Points of View Art Gallery hosts Machines and Sisters Act in August

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

 

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Montmatre from Inside Dorsay Museum Clock by Ed Morton

 

From clocks to cars to medieval war machines – and more! -

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Alaskan Flower Pot by Tim Banks

Machines demonstrates human technological ingenuity and artistic creativity.  Artists Tim Banks, Joe Godleski, Carolyn Judson, Alan Mast and Ed Morton display over 40 works of art using ceramics, watercolor, oil and acrylic.

Pipe Wrench by Alan Mast

Pipe Wrench by Alan Mast

Their creative talent is matched only by the human innovations and machinations portrayed.

 

Coast Guard Exercise- Joe Godleski

Coast Guard Exercise- Joe Godleski

Join the artists for a reception during the Art Walk on Friday, August 8 from 5 to 8 pm.

 

And in the Garret Gallery on the third floor of Points of View Art Gallery…

 

Coveted Cone- Barbara Bean

Coveted Cone- Barbara Bean

Sisters Barbara Bean and Jackie Melissas join forces in Sisters Act. Barbara is an established local artist who has shown her work in this area since moving to Brunswick in 2003.

Jackie Melissas

Jackie Melissas

Her sister, Jackie, moved to Brunswick in 2013. Both sisters are excited to share their distinctive work in their first joint show at Points of View Art Gallery. Jackie’s primary medium is clay, while Barbara Specializes in pen and ink. But both artists cross over occasionally.

 

Dates for both shows: July 27 – August 22

Gallery Hours: regular business hours, from 9 am-5 pm weekdays.

            Points of View Art Gallery, Brunswick Business Center

18 Pleasant Street, Brunswick

Artist reception: Friday, August 8 from 5 to 8 pm, during Brunswick’s Second Friday Art Walk.

FMI: Points of View Art Gallery (207) 373-9300, www.povartistsmaine.com

Abbie Williams returning to Summer Island Studio

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Abbie Williams from Damariscotta Mills will be returning the month of August to Summer Island Studio – Gallery of Fine Artisans. Please join us for an Artist’s Reception and Brunswick’s 2nd Friday Artwalk on August 8th from 5pm to 8pm. Wine, Cheese and Horsdoerves will be served. Live Music by Stan Davis a folk, blues artist.

William’s paintings are all glimpses into her perception of life along the coast of Maine, the Island of Monhegan and Taos New Mexico. Using rich color and employing the dramatic light of the coast and the high desert, she works to capture the extraordinary way the light changes moment to moment which infuses her response to the colors that are often too subtle for the casual observer

Having spent most her life painting and living along the coast of Maine, then spending 10 years painting the high desert of New Mexico, she has continually been inspired by the challenges the local environment presents. Traditionally trained as a painter, Williams has spent a lifetime observing and taking in the nuances of color, shape, textures and light that make up what she paints and now through in her work. Image: “Dr. Proctor’s Hollyhocks”

Monika at 11 Pleasant Street Gallery in August

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Spindleworks August Show

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Turtle by Lauren St. Pierre

Turtle by Lauren St. Pierre

What: From up River

When: August 4th-31st 2014

Where: Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks
Reception: August 8th, 5-8pm

 

River Scene by Sheri Davis

River Scene by Sheri Davis

A school of fine art has swum down the Kennebec from SpinOff Studios in Gardiner to festoon the Whatnot Gallery at Spindleworks: dolphins, mermaids, bucolic riverside vistas, waterfowl and beyond. Discover the vibrant work created by artists at SpinOff Studio, and celebrate the partnership between the two programs with artists and Staff alike on August 8th, 2014 from 5 – 8 pm.

Crab by Abby York

Crab by Abby York

SpinOff Studio is Spindleworks’ sister program, and a nonprofit gallery and creative space for adults with disabilities, facilitated by working artists. Serving the Kennebec Valley area since 2011, SpinOff recently moved from Hallowell to Gardiner, tripling their square footage in order to accommodate the growing program.

SpinOff offers art supplies, studio and gallery space, and artists receive 75% of the sale price of their artwork. Creative exploration, community engagement, and personal growth are fostered through workshops, visiting artists and an environment of constant learning.

Our Artists are adults age 18 and over, working in a wide range of mediums including: painting, drawing, weaving, fiber and fabric arts, wood, sculpture, poetry, music, new media, acting, and jewelry.

 

Two Local Writers at Gulf of Maine Books for ArtWalk

| August 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
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As a part of the Brunswick Art Walk, on Friday, August 8, Gulf of Maine Books  (134 Maine Street, Brunswick) will feature two local writers and their new books, from 6-7 PM, with a reading at 6:30.
C B Anderson will be signing her new book of stories River Talk (17 stories set in the mill towns and river valleys of western Maine, along the Androscoggin River) and Hannah Fox Trowbridge will sign her new memoir “Funny You Don’t Look The Type”, a mixture of prose and poetry from this Brunswick author.
The event is free and open to the public.
For more information please contact Gulf of Maine Books at 729-5083

ArtWalks are a part of Maine’s Summers

| July 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

 

2014 Brunswick ArtWalk

2014 Brunswick ArtWalk

During the summer and early autumn it seems like there is an ArtWalk somewhere every week here in Maine.  What a great way to get to know a town and all that it has to offer.

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Maine ArtWorks

Super opportunity to stroll the sidewalks and follow wherever the eye wonders…. and there is something to please all the senses.

Many shops are open late.

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Catherine Worthington @ Wyler’s

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‘Adopt an Artist’ at Cool As A Moose

art abounds:

Don Bruce

Don Bruce

 

Marilyn Lucey

Marilyn Lucey

Diane Duda's Jewelry

Diane Duda’s Jewelry

music fills the air:

Golden Oak

Golden Oak

Lauren Crosby Linday

Lauren Crosby Lindsay

The Gather Rounders

The Gather Rounders

people strolling

Hurry Down Sunshine

Hurry Down Sunshine

galleries are open:

Bayview Gallery

Bayview Gallery

Spindleworks

Spindleworks

Summer Island Studio

Summer Island Studio

Gallery Framing

Gallery Framing

and group shows:

 

Ken Wise at The Brunwi

Ken Wise at The Bruswick Inn

St Paul's Church

St Paul’s Church

 

demonstrations:

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Tim Banks with Points of View Artists

Susan Perrine at her outdoor installation

Susan Perrine at her outdoor installation

Bill Tomsa

Bill Tomsa

nimbles to keep you energized:

 

Treats w/ POV Artists at Brunswick Business Center

Conversation & Treats w/ POV Artists at Brunswick Business Center

porches to rest on and take in the view:

Cocktails at The Brunswick Inn

Cocktails at The Brunswick Inn

and great dinner offerings after you are all tuckered out!

Outdoor Dining along Maine Street

Outdoor Dining along Maine Street

 

These images are from last week’s Brunswick ArtWalk (2nd Friday of every month  between May- October)… tonight your local choices include: Bath ArtWalk and Damariscotta ArtWalk.

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The Mix and ArtVan

 

Free Rides on the Brunswick Explorer

Free Rides on the Brunswick Explorer

Looks like another great evening for an ArtWalk!

 

2nd Friday ArtWalk- Here is what is new for July’s ArtWalk in Brunswick!

| July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Not a RAINDROP in Sight!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Looks like a perfect evening for an ArtWalk…

Catherine Worthington will be at Wyler’s this month, Tom Bruzinski returning to Cool As A Moose, Bearable Designs at The Mix and Georgette Morrell’s work will be at Enoteca just to name a few.

Cynthia Marsden‘s Painting with Glass , Ken Wise‘s fine woodwork, Jill Ross‘s handcrafted jewelry, Diane Duda‘s organic artisan  jewelry and Marilyn Lucey‘s sculpture work can all be seen at The Brunswick Inn. Meet the artists, share their story and take home a unique piece of art.

Jennifer Beaven

Jennifer Beaven

Stop by the group show at St Paul’s Church to see Lee Reiff’s fine oils depicting the land and coasts of Maine, Debra Csenge‘s passion for nature through her paintings , printmaking and photography, Alan Sockloff‘s photography of land and seascapes, Polly Smith‘s watercolors, Maria Castellano-Usery‘s colorful and fun acrylics, Debbie Casterlin‘s drawings, calligraphy, and photographs,  Gwendolyn Cardente‘s unique assortment of oils, acrylics, and printmaking, Jane Knox‘s work depicting the beauty and mystery of the deep forests and ocean expanses, Tom Conway‘s handcrafted baskets, Don Bruce‘s dreamcatchers and bracelets, Jennifer Beaven‘s Collage Panels, and Celina del Castillo‘s digital artthat combines photography & graphic design with images of nature.

Brunswick Gallery’s  participating include:

  • Bayview Gallery
  • Points of View Artists at the Brunswick Business Center
  • Gallery Framing
  • Gallery at 11 Pleasant Street
  • Summer Island Studio- Gallery of Fine Artisans
  • Spindleworks

Monika Kirtland and Friends is at the Morrell Room at the Library.

Many of the Fort Andross art studios will also be open including: Mildred Johnson, Ed McCartan, and Michael Patterson.

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Rebekah Younger from  inSite Contemplative Design will be joining us this month at St Paul’s Church to share her thoughts on “Living with Your Art  Collection”.

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Susan Perrine

Susan Perrine’s twig installation art, at the corner of Maine and Mason streets, will be one of the special July events not to be missed.  As Susan says, “I grew up on a farm and have always spent a lot of time outdoors, walking the fields and woods near home. I try to use methods and materials to reflect the connection I feel towards the natural environment.”

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Musicians will be out in force this month at locations and strolling. Come around to hear The Gather Rounders (at Bank of America), Andrew Thomas (Brunswick Inn), Alison Lee Freeman (Curtis Library), Hurry Down Sunshine (Cool as a Moose), Golden Oak (St Paul’s Church), Carolyn Currie (Tontine Mall), and Lauren  Crosby Lindsey ( Gelato Fiasco).  In addition, David Daniels will be strolling and singing.

Remember, free bus service is provided for art walk participants and makes round trips every 15 minutes.  Look for the balloons and art walk flags designating the bus stops.

 

Whatever art you enjoy, you are sure to find something to delight your senses!  Come, support you local artists, and enjoy a fun filled evening!

Down load the brochure here or pick one up and any of the venues along the way.

 

 

EARTH, WIND AND WATER: the New points of View Show for July

| July 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Lydia Kaeyer Featured at Summer Island Studio this Month

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Lydia Kaeyer’s watercolor paintings are her artistic interpretation of the Maine coast representing realistic scenes of seascapes, lighthouses, and local marine facilities.

Her works are all of local scenes of the Mid-Coast, many painted “plein air” depicting the Rockland, Spruce Head, Owls Head, North Haven, Port Clyde and Monhegan waterfront environs.

“She loves the docks, working boatyards, local architecture, and coastal scenes using color and light to bring out the beauty of the surroundings.”

Formerly a teacher in Westchester County, New York, Kaeyer studied art and art history at Wheaton College, MA, SUNY Purchase, NY, and has been greatly influenced by her watercolor teacher, David Dewey.

Inspiration also comes from the work of Edward Hopper and Paul Rickert. “She grew up in Marblehead, MA with a father who was an illustrator for the Boston Sunday Post and a mother who was an architect so she thinks it was a natural progression to take up painting when she moved to Maine. It became her passion.

Kaeyer is a resident of Owls Head, Maine and Florida.

Her work is currently being shown at Art Space Gallery, and the Lighthouse Museum both in Rockland.

Brian Daniels at Gulf of Maine Books this Friday Evening

| July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
As a part of the Brunswick Art Walk, Friday evening, July 11, Gulf of Maine Books (134 Maine Street, Brunswick) will host a book signing and singing from 6-7 PM with author, musician and Brunswick optometrist Brian Daniels.
Brian will be signing his new book “Thought of An Average Joe”, as well as his novel “ Luke’s Dream”, and treating us to a few songs as well.
“Thoughts of an Average Joe” is a compilation of humorous columns featured in newspapers throughout northern New England and gathered together in this new title, published by Islandport Press.
The event is free and open to the public, as a part of the Brunswick Art Walk.
For more information please contact Gulf of Maine Books at 729-5083

Monochrome Show at Spindleworks in July

| July 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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What: Monochrome
When:  July 3-31st, 2014
Where: Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks
Reception: July 11th, 5-8pm
 
Spindleworks is often known for an exuberance of color expressed through paintings, weavings, pottery and other creations. What can sometimes be missed in the glory of color is the subtle power  in the initial mark making, early sketches, and ideas that happen daily in the studios. In this month’s exhibit, Monochrome, Spindleworks shares a selection of these striking and rich monochromatic pieces. As well as drawings, Monochrome includes new works from our pottery and sculpture studio as well as experiments from the newly established photography program. Please join us for the Second Friday ArtWalk July 11th, 5-8pm