Spring at Maine Art Hill and Coronavirus – Art to Go

For many small businesses, this will be a way to stay connected to clients. We have an incredible website full of high-resolution images, artist bios, and insights and stories from our artists. With a simple phone call or email, we can share a great deal without you ever leaving your home. We offer five ways to help you through this and are open to other ideas.

Pop-Up with markpizzaArt 2020

Mark Pizza is an expert in combining multiple photographic memories to create multilayered, surrealistic experiences. Pizza aims to evoke multiple responses, questions, and emotions from his viewers; calling his process a digital overlay technique to create a collage effect. Pizza’s final compositions range in size and are printed on a variety of materials, all dependent on the narrative and message of his work.

Maine Restaurant Week – Another Reason to Visit

Even though Paint the Town Red is over, all of our galleries and many restaurants and ships are open. However, we want to give you another excuse to visit this area of the state. Maine Restaurant Week,  The White Barn Inn and Federal Jacks Brewery. Lucky for us both of these wonderful establishments are just steps from Maine Art Hill. So come visit us first and then try one of these great deals.

Seasonal Show Schedule for Maine Art Hill 2020 – Planning Ahead 

We will do our best to keep you up to date on all the goings-on at Maine Art Hill in Kennebunkport. Add your name to our email list for reminders. We’ll keep your information private and won’t inundate your inbox. The best way to keep current on all the events for this season is to join our email list and follow us on social media if you don’t already.

Pop-Up with Mike L’Antigua 2020

After a lot of New England Seascapes and a lot of figurative painting, I circled back to Impressionism. You always go back to your first love. I am developing a Pond/Lilypad series these days with hopes of building a body of this work. There are some seascapes, landscapes, and figures mixed in.

Thoughts for A New Year from Artist Jill Matthews

“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.”