‘Surroundings’ exhibition closing Aug. 13
The Maine Art Gallery’s fourth show of the season, Surroundings, comes to a close on Saturday, Aug. 13. Artists Liz Hoag, Justine Lasdin-Springer, Lin Lisberger, and Paige Taylor, were asked to present paintings and sculpture that illustrate the ways in which they view their surroundings. Their works range from photographic representations to abstract interpretations of everyday scenes in the world around us.
Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The gallery thanks season sponsors the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, Les Fossel Restoration and Sherri Dunbar of Tim Dunham Realty for their support, as well as Cromwell Coastal Properties for sponsoring classes.
The gallery opens its fifth show of the season with a reception beginning at 4 p.m. on Aug. 20. The eight artists represented in the new show have named it Collective Imagination. The reception will be a fine opportunity to meet with the artists and enjoy music by the guitar and folk duo Simons and Goodwin.
The Maine Art Gallery is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement and preservation of the visual, fine and applied arts through exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations and educational programs for children and adults since 1958. More information can be found on our website at maineartgallerywiscasset.org on Facebook at The Maine Art Gallery Inc., and Instagram
The gallery is located at 15 Warren Street, Wiscasset, just a two-minute drive or an eight-minute walk from downtown Wiscasset. Free on-street parking. Route 1 from the north, turn right onto Federal Street (Route 218) then left onto Warren Street. Route 1 from the south, turn left onto Federal Street, then left onto Warren Street.
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