Rockland’s first First Friday Art Walk of 2016 will take place May 6 from 5-8 pm. Many Arts In Rockland members will be open, including: Harbor Square Gallery, Michael Good Gallery, Caldbeck Gallery, Asymmetrick Arts, The Gautschi Center, Project Puffin, The Art Loft (who are opening their doors for the first time), Black Hole, Landing Gallery and Carver Hill Gallery.
Michael Good Gallery will be showing hand painted silk scarves by Jen Derbyshire from Tenants Harbor and fanciful Seussian wooden boxes by John Shane.
Caldbeck Gallery will be showing George Mason’s “Relief Tapestries”, and Nancy Glassman’s watercolors and oils. Both artists’s work is about the Georges River Watershed.
The Gautschi Center celebrates spring in Maine with a colorful and energizing display Brigitte Gautschi’s paintings of the beloved poppy. Also new to the Gautschi Center this spring are bronze sculptures by Ray Carbone, handcrafted wooden lamps by Joel Hokkanen and a vast array of unique gift items and jewelry.
Asymmetrick Arts and Black Hole collaborate to host the Spring Exhibition 2016, an open, juried show, which will include 80 works from 44 artists. Curated by Robert Colburn.
Carver Hill Gallery will present, “What You See”, a digital, digital collage, and photography/mixed media show with work from seven artists.
A full list of galleries can be found at www.artsinrockland.org.