The issues that compelled Spero to create some her most provocative work never cease to trouble us.
For the past 10 years, painter, author, and illustrator Daniel Minter has raised awareness of the forced removal in 1911 of an interracial community on Maine’s Malaga Island.
The poems in Milk combine snarky sense of humor with an edge of semi-bitter self-consciousness.
Bisbee has never been outspokenly political in his work, but, going by the work in this show, he has decided enough is enough.
“In paintings that resonate with post-industrial America, Moore rearranges the world.”
In their collaborative project, Boundaries, Richard Blanco’s poems run parallel to Jacob Hessler’s photographs, often adding a narrative to the wide-open image.
The fifteen realist paintings in Linden Frederick: Night Stories take us on a tour of small-town Maine.
Now based in Norwich, Vermont, with a seasonal studio on the Blue Hill peninsula, Emlen has painted her share of Maine motifs, taking on some of the most iconic landscapes, such as Monhegan Island and the Mount Desert Island region.
“Throughout his career, he has freely mixed the figurative with the abstract, unwilling to align himself with any school or -ism.”
Kierkegaard has been a constant source of inspiration for the Cuban-born painter Enrique Martínez Celaya, one of a number of philosophers and writers whose work he has studied, absorbed, and responded to.
Don Voisine’s pieces demand attention; you need to study them up close and from a distance to fully appreciate the illusions the artist creates by way of a handful of shapes and a limited but resonant set of colors.
The stated goal of New York City-born, Portland, Maine-based painter Elise Ansel is “re-creating, re-visioning, and re-presenting” paintings from the past.