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Sep
24
Tue
Pop-Up with Suzanne Anderson of Yikes Studio, Valerie McCaffrey of Garden Guardians, and Zeraph Dylan Moore of Grind Studio @ Pop Up on Maine Art Hill
Sep 24 – Sep 30 all-day

Pop-Up with Suzanne Anderson of Yikes Studio, Valerie McCaffrey of Garden Guardians, and Zeraph Dylan Moore of Grind Studio

POP-UP ON MAINE ART HILL

SEPTEMBER 24  to SEPTEMBER 30

open 10 am daily

5 Chase Hill Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043

 

“I work in a wooded lakeside studio in Maine. It’s the perfect place to become immersed in creative exploration. In the incredible beauty of my surroundings, I find myself powerfully drawn to the landscape.  My work is a continuance of study along the lines of developing a symbolic language of expression that walks the line between abstract form and recognizable, though unusual, elements.” Suzanne Anderson

    

To read more about Suzanne Anderson visit our blog. Pop-Up with Suzanne Anderson – Artist Info

To see more of Suzanne Anderson’s work, visit her webpage www.suzanneanderson.me

 

 

My artwork emulates industrial decay, archaeological artifacts, and processes of geologic change. As a child and teenager, I loved building things out of abandoned materials and exploring ruined houses and strange, forgotten places. I loved old things, deeply worn with texture and meaning. – Zeraph Dylan Moore

To read more about Moore visit our blog. Pop-Up with Zeraph Dylan Moore – Artist Info

To see more of Zeraph Dylan Moore’s work, visit his website at Grind Studio

 

I create unique hand-carved and molded concrete creations. My planters, sculptures, and plaques are designed to celebrate, attract and remind us all of our natural state of joy and wonder. I recently started working on a new line of 2-dimensional wall reliefs and  I am excited to debut them at Maine Art Hill in September.  Hope to see you there.

For more info about McCaffrey and her work, follow this link to her website. Garden Guardians

 

 

 

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