We are full trees that represent all aspect of our lives. The family tree, the tree of life, even the famous children’s book by Shel Silverstein, The Giving Tree. Strong branches and deep roots are personified in poetry and song all over the world. Metaphors are found scattered in literature both new and classic.
We are lucky enough to live in one of the most beautiful places in Maine. The Kennebunks have been sited in numerous journals and websites for many “top tens” of Maine, New England, and even the Untied States. We are known for our quaint, coastal village feel, and we are just that, a coastal village. With that comes one of our favorite characteristics of the coast, the place that doesn’t close for the winter, the place that everyone is welcome, the place that reminds of daily of how truly amazing and beautiful our home is. The beach.
Since you really don’t need another reason to check out Maine Art Paintings and Sculpture social media sites, we have decided to give you two, our 2015 Wind Sculpture Photo Contest and The Ultimate Kennebunkport Wedding Gift Giveaway. Both contests give the option to win a Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculpture, and little bit more.
As the leaves swirl to the ground, covering the lawns and streets of the Kennebunks, we are often asked two questions; “Do you stay open year round?” and, “Is it really slow?” Without fail, the answer is the same. “Yes we stay open, and no, it isn’t slow.” Even though the streets are not filled… Read more »
It has been a successful, engaging, lovely summer thanks to all of you. We appreciate your kind words and continued support of Maine Art Shows. We have big plans for next summer, and we look forward to inviting you in.
We all had a part in Maine Art’s success this summer, and John wanted to take the evening to say “thank-you”.
When heading into Kennebunkport from Rt. 9 it is impossible to miss Maine Art Paintings and Sculpture. Known for the large display of Lyman Whitaker Wind Sculptures in the front yard, Maine Art has greeted visitors and locals alike for over twenty years now.
Falling in love with a sculpture or painting requires insight and story. Falling in love with an artist requires understanding and history. Falling in love with a gallery requires trust and comfort.