George Marshall Store Gallery features Grant Drumheller, George Lloyd, and Scott Schneph

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“Cobalt Beach” by Grant Drumheller

Making a change from a group show format, the current exhibition at York’s George Marshall Store Gallery in York features the work of just three, well-established artists. Grant Drumheller from New Castle, New Hampshire is showing a series of new paintings and has titled his show “From Above.” George Lloyd, who lives in Portland Maine, is exhibiting paintings and drawing that span from his early years in the San Francisco Bay Area to recent work made in Maine. In contrast to the colorful paintings of Drumheller and Lloyd, the trio is complete with mostly black and white etchings, engravings and woodcuts by Scott Schneph who lives in South Berwick, Maine. The exhibitions continue through July 13.  For more information visit georgemarshallstoregallery.com

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