“Spring Comes to Katahdin” by Judy Taylor
The Harlow Gallery invites Maine artists to submit work to the upcoming exhibition “Inspired by Katahdin” to be presented in partnership with brothers David & Carl Little in November 2014.
Artist and author David Little has long been inspired by Maine’s tallest mountain, so much so that he wrote a book, Art of Katahdin: The Mountain, the Range, the Region published by DownEast Books in 2013. The book follows a historic timeline using art inspired by the majestic mountain, as well as a collection of Katahdin literature, photography, graphics, maps and more, and was edited by Carl Little.
Submissions are being accepted via email through October 1, 2014. The exhibition will be on view November 7 – 29, 2014. The public reception on Friday, November 7, 5 – 8 p.m. will feature a book signing with David & Carl Little.
Other Opportunities in the Area:
The Augusta Downtown Alliance’s Design Committee and key community partners host the third annual Light on Water Art Walk on Water Street in downtown Augusta on Thursday, November 6 from 4 to 8 p.m. Many businesses on Water Street are interested in hosting various artists, musicians, and performers for this event.
Fall Workshops at Engine: Professional Development for Maine Creatives & Artists.
This series of workshops were developed to support artists, artisans, designers and other creatives and supplement their creative practices. From workshops to multi-session classes, creatives will learn and hone their skills to better suit their growing practices and businesses.
Pastel Painters Of Maine members and the public are invited to attend a panel discussion, “Parameters of Pricing Art – A Panel Discussion,” with gallery owners Keith Oehmig and Beth Newman, and artists Suzanne deLesseps and Peesh Rewak McClanahan. This free meeting will be held Thursday, October 2, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Patten Free Library Community Room in Bath. The focus of the presentation will be on elements artists and gallery owners weigh when pricing fine art. Variables may include an artwork’s size, medium, cost of materials, time expended, the artist’s sales record, appeal of a type of art, state of the economy, and many more. Subjective and ethical aspects of pricing art will also be explored.
Mainely Brews Restaurant in Waterville is looking for exhibiting artists.
Located in the historic Post Office building in downtown Waterville, Mainely Brews Restaurant & Brewhouse offers first-rate food, the finest ales, and the best live music in Central Maine. The tavern-style set up and friendly staff create a warm and welcoming environment. Artwork will hang in a function room called The Vault. This roomy dining area with pub-style seating and full windows is an ideal place for the whole family, private parties and business functions. The Vault can accommodate 18-25 framed pieces and has an art hanging system with security locks. Art must be PG-13 and artist must provide a price list and number sheet. Mainely Brews would like to sell art off the wall, as is.
For complete information contact Luke Duplessis at 692-7955 or email@example.com.