We have approximately 60 juried artist members representing various visual arts mediums, including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpting, textile art, and mixed media.
Together through tears, laughter, wine, and paint, these three talented local artists have helped heal and keep each other firmly rooted. We are so thrilled they are willing to share paintings they created from their journey.
Featured Artist Pop-Up with Heather Milliman is the guest artist for Pop-Up beginning Thursday, August 19 to Wednesday, August 25. Read on to learn more about her inspiration, her process, and her work. August 19 to August 25 I became aware of nature’s beauty growing up on Cape Cod in the 1970s and ’80s. As… Read more »
Featured Artist Gary Koeppel is the guest artist for Pop-Up beginning Thursday, August 12, to Wednesday, August 18. Read on to learn more about his inspiration, his process, and his work. August 12 to August 18 I am a landscape painter working in the New England area. I work in oils. My first love is Plein… Read more »
As a graphic designer, Lynn Ericson spent years capturing the essence of a product or service and communicating that message with immediacy. She has traded designing logos and advertising campaigns on the computer for acrylic paint, but the goal of her painting is very much the same: capturing the essence and making a connection.
Many artists will tell you they knew they wanted to be an artist at the age of three and spent their childhoods obsessively drawing and painting. Not me. As a child, I was a cross between a tomboy and a geek and loved math and science more than anything else.
Featured Artist Peggy Farrington is the guest artist for Maine Art Hill’s Pop-Up at Studios at 5 Chase Hill Road in Kennebunk. This show begins Thursday, June 24, to Wednesday, June 30. Read on to learn more about her inspiration, her process, and her work.
I hope that while viewing my art, people experience the subject of the painting on a different level and develop a more intimate connection to it. It is this emotional response to my work that I value most and what drives my art.
“I started doing pottery many years ago in my college years,” shares Winslow. “The world of work distracted my art and pottery output for several years. It wasn’t until later that I was able to get back to my arts and crafts interest. Now they are primary in my life.”
My style tends to be figurative with impressionistic touches, usually showing close up compositions with just enough detail to reveal the subject. I have concentrated on Maine–themed images and fresh fruits and vegetables because I like the idea of the life they represent.