Updates and Changes for Summer 2020 – It’s the Way We Roll

Like all businesses all over the world, across the country, and here in the Kennebunks, we have learned to adapt and change.  With the help of our artists, our clients, and our staff we have found incredible success during this time. Thanks to you all. With that said, we thought we would keep you updated… Read more »

Happiness in Color on Canvas – A Summer Show at Maine Art Hill

“The broad palette of color and layer upon layer of brush strokes make this show a breath of fresh air in itself,” says John Spain, owner of Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk. “All three artists have captured summer and Maine in paint. Three rooms, three artists. Each artist has a distinct and separate space at the gallery where they are featuring their new works, yet all three culminate into true coastal magic.”

Embracing Change -Insights from Artist Ellen Welch Granter

“These neon-bright moorings provide such a cool contrast to the foggy coastal air and seas. I love how they glow,” explains Granter. “They are as close to putting down roots as a lot of ocean-going people get. The mooring is home, a safe harbor, a lovely idea during tumultuous times.”

This Artist was Not Born. He was Created. – Artist Insights from Trip Park

“Now, the real challenge is to just keep challenging myself. I paint things that don’t bore me. That’s why I have so many different subject matters,” laughs Park. “I would hate for someone to say ‘Trip paints X, Y or Z.’ I don’t want to be pinned down with one definable thing or another.”  This is evident by browsing through Park’s work for his 2020 show.

A sculptor, a glassblower and two painters walk into a gallery…

Richard Remsen, David Witbeck, Ellen Welch Granter, and David Riley Peterson are featured in a three-week-long show, beginning Saturday, August 31 and running through September 26 at The Gallery on Maine Art Hill at 14 Western Avenue in Kennebunk. The public is welcome to enjoy the Artist Reception on Saturday evening, August 31, from 5-7 pm. FMI 207-967-2803 or maine-art.com. Galleries are open every day at 10 am.

By Land, Sea, and Sky a New Collection by Artist Claire Bigbee

“My paintings become evocative like a haunting awareness of a presence within the view,” says Bigbee. “I strive for the feeling of aloneness we sometimes feel in life. Yet there is also peace when we sense that we are not alone; that is what nature gives back to me; it’s a dialogue.”

Encaustic Art – Insights from Artist Kathy Ostrander Roberts


”Encaustic paint is created by combining beeswax, resin, and pigment with heat. This ancient medium has been around since the fifth century with a renaissance of followers in the last decade,” explains Ostrander Roberts. “It is unlike any art ever experienced. I encourage viewers to touch the surface. It has a texture that begs a touch.”