“Monhegan Black and White” by Paul Sherman
The Pemaquid Art Gallery in Bristol’s lighthouse park features the work of Paul Sherman and Kay Sawyer Hannah inspired close to home on the Pemaquid Peninsula. Paul Sherman exhibits his fluid watercolors. Water coaxes his paints to flow and is the subject of much of his art. “To me, the appeal of water is universal, timeless, and infinite. We are ourselves water,” he explains. His observations of water reflecting light are interpreted into visual lyrics on paper. Kay Sawyer Hannah paints close to home in New Harbor. “Since my youth to the present time Back Cove in New Harbor has been my favorite and most inspirational place in all seasons of the year and under any weather conditions.” Recently her focus has turned toward the sky, especially to the light just after sunset. Other artists exhibiting at the Pemaquid Art Gallery this season are Barbara Applegate, Debra Arter, Bruce Babb, Julie Babb, Stephen Busch, Trudi Curtis, William Curtis, Peggy Farrell, Helen Viola Glendinning, Claire Hancock, Jean Nelson Harris, Jane Herbert, Hannah Ineson, Will Kefauver, Jan Kilburn, Barbara Klein, Patti Leavitt, Phyllis Harper Loney, Sally Loughridge, Marlene Loznicka, Nancy O’Brien MacKinnon, Maggie Macy, Judy Nixon, Marnie Sinclair, Pande Stevens, Ernest Thompson Jr., Robert Vaughan. The Pemaquid Art Gallery can be visited online at pemaquidartgallery.com.