Mars Hall Gallery in Tenant’s Harbor celebrates its 10th Anniversary with two eclectic shows. The new wing of the gallery features works in all mediums by artists from 10 states in a show titled “10″. In the main gallery a group show titled “If you lived here, you’d be home by now” features the gallery’s stable of artists. This show includes some of the best artists the state has to offer and features the watercolors of Leo Brooks, Nat Lewis, Elaine Reed and Carl Sublett, oils & acrylics by Nancy Baker, Alison Hill, Kris Johnson, Roger Kirby and Sharon Larkin, encaustics by Otty Merril, egg tempera by Terry Wolf, mixed-media by Eleanor Zuccola, silkscreen & block prints by Ken Martin and photography by Antonia Small. Also offered are 3-D works in the form of assemblages by Bill Cook and Edward Mackenzie, handmade paper & clay masks by Diane Green-Hebert, bronze sculpture by Cali Veilleux, turned & carved vessels by Dick Kelly, carved decoys by Stephan Hill as well as a sculpture garden featuring the whimsical welded metal creatures of Brian Read. Both shows will be on display through Columbus Day, Monday October 14th. For more information visit marshallgallery.net.