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Oct
9
Tue
Pop Up with The Pink Show @ Pop Up on Maine Art Hill
Oct 9 – Nov 8 all-day

THE PINK SHOW

 POP UP ON MAINE ART HILL

Opening October 11

open 10 am daily

5 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043

To read more about The Pink Show visit our blog. THE PINK SHOW

 

 

 

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Nov
9
Fri
Pottery Pop Up @ Pop Up on Maine Art Hill
Nov 9 – Nov 25 all-day

FEATURED ARTISTS

Kevin Keiser

Brendan Roddy

Richard Winslow

 POP UP ON MAINE ART HILL

November 12  to November 26

open 10 am daily

5 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043

A show of sculptural and functional ceramic works by 3 local Maine artists. An artist reception will be held Saturday, November 17th from 5-7pm.
Kevin Keiser hails from Ohio but honeymooned in Kennebunkport 40 years ago and has been back with his wife every year since! He summers in Moody and will be moving there full time in a year or two. Keiser creates “vessels” inspired by nature and his beach walks in Maine. These sculptural pieces are not necessarily intended to be functional but can be. Keiser is represented by Maine Art Hill and his pieces can found at The Works Gallery year round.
Brendan Roddy teaches Fine Art at the Middle School of the Kennebunks as well as courses at River Tree Arts. Roddy creates hand-built and wheel thrown ceramic work inspired by “all things water and ocean-related”. His work is both sculptural and functional, inspired by the movement, texture, and forms of the ocean.
Richard Winslow is a potter from Waterboro specializing in functional works using earthy glazes and various textures. He is a member of the Society of Southern Maine Craftsmen.

To learn more about each artist visit the links below

Kevin Keiser

Brendan Roddy

Richard Winslow

 

 

 

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Nov
27
Tue
Pop Up with Robin Swennes at Prelude @ Pop Up on Maine Art Hill
Nov 27 – Dec 3 all-day

FEATURED ARTIST – ROBIN SWENNES

 POP UP ON MAINE ART HILL

November 27  to December 3

open 10 am daily

5 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043

I am an Artist who enjoys pushing color boundaries and expanding my work to include more than one style of painting and many different collections.  My non-abstract paintings ride the fence between realistic and impressionistic; my goal is not to recreate an exact, tight, photographic scene because I find that paintings are more relaxing to the eye.”  ~Robin Swennes

To read more about Robin Swennes visit our blog. Pop Up with Robin Swennes

To see more of Swennes’s work, visit her webpage www.designchoc.com

 

 

 

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Dec
4
Tue
Pop Up with Lauren Kendrick Sleat at Prelude @ Pop Up on Maine Art Hill
Dec 4 – Dec 10 all-day

FEATURED ARTIST – LAUREN KENDRICK SLEAT

 POP UP ON MAINE ART HILL

December 4 to December 10

open 10 am daily

5 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043

Sleat’s work is inspired by the great organic sculptures built by the elements – rain, water, wind, and fire.  It also draws heavily from the natural shapes and forms we see in nature such as the shapes of river rocks worn down by waters gentle persistence, shadows cast by the moon, and the whimsical movement of nature.

To read more about Lauren Kendrick Sleat visit our blog by clicking here.

To see more of Sleat’s work, visit her webpage – laurensleat.com

 

 

 

 

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