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.
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
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.
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”.
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.”
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.
Admission is $7 ($4 for Seniors, free for kids 12 and under). For more information call Heather Hardy or Jason Anthony at 677-2354 or the DRA at 563-1393.
Music in March, Saturday, March 2, 9, 16, & 23, 2pm: Sponsored by the Friends of TPL, each week will feature a live music performance by local musicians in the Highlands Community Room.
The Dumais Brothers, Zemya, Jud Caswell, and ImproVox will appear. Refreshments will be served. For more information call the library or visit our website. Topsham Public Library, 25 Foreside Road, Topsham, ME 04086, (207) 725-1727, www.topshamlibrary.
Concert date: Sunday, November 4, 2102 from 2-3:30pm
Location: The Harlow Gallery, 160 Water Street, Hallowell, ME 04347
Cost: FREE and open to the public, donations welcome
If you have not done so yet- please submit your Contact Information along with up to 10 images to get listed in the Directory here.
The new website is getting a lot of traffic and it would be a shame for you to miss out on the exposure. This is one of the highest return benefits we can offer you. The quality of the information in the Directory will help all of you get more exposure.
There are still some listings that were pulled over from the old website. These will come down shortly if we do not receive updated information.
1. Organize your thoughts on the image as an artist that you want to project to your audience.
2. Write a paragraph or two about what you do and why you do it.
3. Include your Name, Gallery Name , address and contact information including website.
4. Select 10 of your best images to represent what you offer. (Pls sze 600x 400- no larger)
Put it all in an email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
This benefit is great for those with a website- we give you a live link to your site
and for those who do not have a site- you receive organized exposure to the public.
Good for all. Join the group of artists that are already here.
So we just launched the New Website— and the number of visitors is climbing fast.
Would you like to get your name and your art in front of the audience that is checking out the new site??
This is a great opportunity to get out in front of more people- to have your own artist page in addition to the other benefits that membership brings you is awesome.
So-here is the:
- Make sure your membership is up to date.
- If it isn’t, you can get more membership information here or
- send an email to email@example.com
- If you are a current member
- send a email to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the following information:
- Your Name
- Contact Information
- Email Address
- Phone Number
- A short statement about your art, or service
- 10 images that represent what you do-
- Image pixel size should be 600x 400 (no larger please)
and that’s it. We will work through the emails as we receive them on a first received basis.
Take advantage of this great opportunity with our relaunch.