“150 for a DOZEN” benefits MFT Gallery


Julie Crane, Quails, block print

Twelve Maine artists are selling their original art works at discounts to raise money for Maine Farmland Trust in Belfast.  The artwork will be on display this December at the MFT Gallery. A celebratory opening, open to all, will be held on Friday, Dec. 2 from 5-8 PM to coincide with last Belfast Art Walk of the year.

The show is called “150 for a DOZEN” because a dozen artists are offering their work for $150 and below.  It features works by Vincent Abaldo, Joseph Barberio, Laurie Lofman Bellmore, Jill Caldwell, Julie Crane, Florence Donovan, Beth Henderson, Bill Huntington, Anne Kilham, Kathleen Perelka, Leia Pinnick Scotton and Sarah Wilde.

Shoppers looking for affordable gifts will find Anne Kilham originals for as low as twenty dollars. The show includes fiber arts, ceramics, photography, painting, watercolors, pastels, block prints, encaustics and mixed media. The gallery will also be selling various smaller items, such as farm-related books, calendars, holiday cards, and note cards. FMI, visit www.mainefarmlandtrust.org.