Kingfield’s Artwalk + Pops

“Monhegan Headlands” by Nora West

The Village of Kingfield welcomes the public to Kingfield’s Artwalk 5-8 p.m.  Nov. 2., for a night of art, music, poetry, refreshments, laughter and camaraderie. The Stadler Gallery is showing paintings by brothers Abbott and Forrest Meader Russian painter Dimitri Karabchevski, Abby Shahn; gallery artists Meryl Klaif (miniatures), Amanda Pellerin (ceramic sculptures), Melita Westerlund (steel sculptures) and, of course, the lyrical encaustic work by Gallery owner Ulrike Stadler.  The photography and poetry exhibit “Trunks-Branches-Leaves, The Gift of Trees in Western Maine” remains on display at the Schoolhouse Gallery, along with some exquisite new glass panels created by Kingfield’s Jan Royall.  All are invited to visit Bruce Miles at the Ski Museum of Maine, joining him to celebrate the recent 2012 induction of eight Maine skiers into the Maine Ski Hall of Fame, including Sugarloaf’s own Natalie Terry.  Paintings and collages by Mary Beth Morrison, winner of the Kingfield Artwalk logo contest, will continue to be shown through the month. Exquisite hand-turned wood pieces by Walen Woodworking and work by Melissa Ruel will be at Grand Central Station.  Nora West will exhibit at the High Peaks Artisan Guil, Reinholt Gallery, featuring plein air paintings from her stay on Monhegan Island along with local plein air paintings.  The Guild also features the work of 26 other artists from the High Peaks region.  CSM Artworks and the Kingfield Public Library (a new venue this year!) will feature the work of local artists.  Pumpkins created by children in Kingfield Rec. Department’s “Paint a Jack-o-lantern” may dot the Artwalk route. Following the Artwalk, Newfoundland Songwriter’s Showcase with Ian Foster and Terry Penny, award winning Canadian storytellers & songwriters begins at 8 p.m. at the Herbert Hotel.  Tickets are $15, available at the door.  For more info on this event call 491-3370 or email