Young Sun Han’s art explores sometimes painful, sometimes revelatory aspects of his family’s narrative and Korean history more generally.
Ann Craven’s painted birds, set against a soft-focus background, have a kitsch quality, but with a provocative edge.
Dan Mills delves into the devastating numbers of threatened populations around the world and then converts them into chaotically beautiful cartographies.
Bisbee has never been outspokenly political in his work, but, going by the work in this show, he has decided enough is enough.
Bisbee uses poetic language, narrative imagery, and potent emblems to express his concern with our country’s direction.
“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.
John Walker has led a resurgence of abstract painters who look to nature, emotion, and, especially, place.
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.
ROCKPORT, Maine — It’s a late, sunny Wednesday afternoon in mid-June at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) and, aside from a docent at the front desk, I have the whole Jon Imber: Force of Nature show to myself.