“A Survey of Computer Use in Art,” an exhibition featuring the work of over 34 Maine artists, will show the various ways in which computers, software or other digital tools are being use to create art. The exhibit will be on view at the Harlow Gallery, located at 160 Water Street in Hallowell from November 6 through 28 with an opening reception on Friday, November 6 from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibition and the reception are free and open to the public.
”A Survey of Computer Use in Art” resulted from an open call for Maine artist who use computers, software or other digital tools to make their art and was juried by Petrea Noyes and Harlow staff members, Allison McKeen and Deborah Fahy. Out of 95 submissions, 58 works of art will be included in the final show.
Participating artists are: Augusta: L. Hubbard, Gary Levine, Mary Becker Weiss, Students from Cony High School and University of Maine. Bangor: Gabby Farley Bath: Valerie Michael, Belgrade: Karen S. Kelly-Philbrick, Falmouth: Annie Darling. Farmingdale: Richard Fortin, Farmington: Channa Schroff, Gardiner: Allison McKeen, Hallowell: Karen Jordan Allen, Hampden: Andrea Rickards, Hermon: Bradley Chelberg, Jefferson: Suzanna Lasker, Liberty: Kerstin Engman, Lincolnville: Petrea Noyes, Manchester: Bruce Armstrong, Ethan Guillemette, Millinocket: Benjamin Hutchins, Northport: Terry Hire, Old Town: Christiana Becker, Orono: Megan Ogden, Jim Winters, Owls Head: Rick Perry, Pittston: Scott Minzy, Portland: David Wade, Richmond: Ruthanne Harrison, South Portland: Damir Porobic, Jeff Woodbury, Waterville: Peter Jude Hubiak, Winthrop: Carol-Lynn Rossel.
“A Survey of Computer Use in Art” has been made possible by Blue Marble Geographics of Hallowell. For more information, call (207) 622-3813.