Bethany Harper Williams and David Witbeck – Two Artists One Amazing Show

Summer Solstice has passed. School is out. Summer has begun in the Kennebunks.

With that said, Maine Art Hill wants to welcome the second show of the season at Shows on Maine Art Hill. David Witbeck and Bethany Harper Williams exemplify summer in paint. Their fun and colorful works are perfect pairing, and we can’t wait to open this incredible new show.

From the larger-than-life fisherman and lobsterman to his classic coastal scenes, David Witbeck does not disappoint. The varied content and color palettes this season are an excellent addition to his traditional collections. Turbat's Creek

Add to that the beautiful beach scenes of Bethany Harper Williams and it feels as if summer has come indoors. Not only has she captured the lovely east coast beaches, but also a few harbors, and some other lovely Maine-inspired surprises. 

Starting on Saturday, June 30 at 10 am, we fill the walls of the gallery at 10 Chase Hill with these stunning celebrations of color and summer.  Both artists will be at Shows on Saturday evening from 5 – 7 pm. They each are excited to share their process, inspiration and new works. The Artist Reception is a free event. Food, wine, and music provided. 

The show is running until Thursday, July 19. This gallery is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm.  Please plan to stop into our other three locations. The Gallery at 14 Western Ave, The Grand Hotel Gallery at 1 Chase Hill, and the all-new Studios at 5 Chase Hill. All are open during the Artist Reception and every day this summer. Open daily at 10 am. Check the website for summer hours.

To see the show in its entirety including the 360-degree virtual tour click here. 

To see our complete collection of both artists’ works click below

David Witbeck  –  Artist Page

Bethany Harper Williams – Artist Page

To read more about the process, inspiration, and background of each artist click below.

David Witbeck – Insights and Stories

Bethany Harper Williams – Insights and Stories