Set at the top of the island, the Monhegan Lifesaving Station overlooks Mohegan Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Now dormant, Janis found inspiration, not only by what is, but by what was.
David’s work is very unique and easy to distinguish. The charm and love of the coast comes through. For those us born and raised New England coast, we have known Ducan, the lobsterman, our whole life.
Many of the artists were on hand to give a personal invitation into each piece. To hear the passion and inspiration behind their work, made something beautiful, extraordinary.
A painter at heart, Abbie is seduced by anything that sparks her imagination. “It demands I paint it!” she says of the fog found a series she started over a year ago.
All of Jill Valliere’s work glows. Admittedly it is in part to the metal leaf and glaze she uses, yet honestly it is the heart and soul she painstakingly places there for us to find.
The entire building is coming together to give you an show like no other. A show you, the voter, helped curate.
The range of Craig Mooney’s work is fabulous. Whether your connection is to the water, the land surrounding it, or the people who call it home, Craig’s work will find your eye and your heart.
With inspiration surrounding him, it is easy to understand how pieces like “Three Boats” happen.
Today’s calendar of events is just as crazy and just as wonderful as yesterdays. And, of course, Maine Art Painting and Sculpture will be celebrating the best of it.
William B. Hoyt captures the heart of the sea and the sail like no other. The water moves along his brush strokes and carries you off. Even for a land lover the lure of the ocean is hard to resist when visiting with William’s work.