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“So much happens when I’m out, and it’s different every day. Some days I’m reflecting and working out conflict, other days my mind is open, and I’m actually working on my art,” explains Matthews. “I notice the way a structure looks against an interesting sky or the change in color and texture of the landscape as the seasons shift.”
With that said there are so many galleries to choose from, so many places in Maine and beyond to visit. Yet from day one, almost 30 years ago, owner John Spain has focused Maine Art Hill has been the experience.
The Small Works show is being held on the first floor of The Gallery at 14 Western Ave. It is a lovely collection of smaller works including a variety of pieces by Liz Hoag, Bethany Harper Williams, Rick Hamilton, Ingunn Milla Joergensen, & Alex Dunwoodie.
We are hoping that everyone has enjoyed the festival of family and friends called Thanksgiving. We here at the galleries are so fortunate and incredibly grateful. We hope each of you celebrated and are using the next few days to rest before the Christmas Prelude 2019 begins next week, December 5th.
Many of you come in each year and purchase gift certificates for art for your loved ones. If you live close and want to visit, we still encourage you to come in and browse around if you would like. However, you can now go to our website and follow the simple and easy steps using Gift Up to purchase, then print or email a gift card in any amount.
She aims to create work that is energetic and vibrant, while still evoking a welcoming sense of comfort through playful color and subjects. Emily attributes this balance in her paintings to the connection she has with Maine and her childhood.
“My hope and plan for the new studio environment are to be able to have the time, resources, and space to create the larger pieces I have been dreaming about for so long,” explains D’Aquino.
MaineLife takes you to the Kennebunks with Erin, KRC and Maine Art Hill to meet fascinating locals, explore new places to visit, and uncover the positive stories you won’t hear anywhere else.
As an artist and art therapist, my ceramic work is a meld of both form and function. While my work may be viewed as sculptural, it is also functional, inviting the artist and the observer to take a second look. A sculptural ‘vessel’ can be teasingly functional and a surprise to the observer.