These prints are still one of a kind works, just produced in a manner very different from her landscape work.
Wade works exclusively in pastel; he is drawn to the intimacy of the chalk and the ease with which he can blend colors. The magic happens in his studio, a converted shed just off his main house. The studio, equipped with 15-foot ceilings and a house gutter to catch all the pastel dust, is set on 5 1/2 acres of farmland in Lyman, Maine, just a few miles from the Kennebunk farm on which he grew up.
After her college years at St. Michaels College in Vermont where she not only earned her BA in Art but also played basketball for this small division 2 school. Even with her background in art she was drawn to the retail setting and was immediate management material. From apparel to art she has had experience with running and managing a small business. So when Natalie called, she was intrigued. At this time we don’t have any hoops schedule to be installed at the gallery, but we convinced her Maine Art was a place she could easily snuggle in and find a place for herself.