Featured Artist Eric Howell is the guest artist for Maine Art Hill’s Pop-Up at Studios at 5 Chase Hill Road in Kennebunk. This show begins Thursday, July 8, to Wednesday, July 21. Read on to learn more about her inspiration, her process, and her work.
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.
After retiring from a career in higher education, I decided to indulge my interest in photography. I found my professional skills in theater..directing, set design, and light design, translated well over the visual art of photography. My focus has been primarily on landscape, cityscape, and seascape, but I have also developed an unexpected fondness for wildlife photography.
Sandra Kavanaugh is an artist working in oils and pastels. Landscapes and Seascapes are a favorite theme, and she enjoys capturing the beauty of New England from mountains to coast. She graduated from Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA in Fine Art. Over the years, she has enjoyed many art endeavors, including a pottery studio at Lowell’s Brush with History and teaching art at Salem NH High School.
Cartoonist RON CAMPBELL BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE ANIMATOR BEATLES SATURDAY MORNING TV CARTOON SERIES DIRECTOR EXHIBITING & TALKING CARTOONS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11 – SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13 The legendary animator will be exhibiting Beatles cartoon pop artwork as well as other beloved cartoon characters that encompass his 50-year career in Children’s Television, such as Scooby-Doo, the Smurfs,… Read more »
Take a picture with all the nutcrackers scattered around Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, and you may just win a prize! There will be more than forty about town.
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.
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.
My paintings reflect the things that I am drawn to oceans and water, skies, forests, marshes, and meadows. I’m also inspired by my travels and I love cities and architecture. When I paint, from a photo reference or even when I paint plein air, I’m not painting what the subject looks like but rather I am painting what my response is to the subject.