One Artist, two very special talents, at Philippe Guillerm Gallery

Philippe Guillerm

“Sprint II” by Philippe Guillerm

Saturday, September 6 from 5 to 7 p.m., Philippe Guillerm Gallery will host its
last season show with Color Exhibit & Surprise Masterpiece a retrospective
of the 2014 Collection of fun, local and colorful paintings and the
unveiling of a surprise masterpiece by French-born artist Philippe Guillerm.

Philippe Guillerm¹s work includes paintings, sculptures and a vast array of
architectural restoration and decoration details. He is greatly influenced
by his sailing & biking life, and many local colors and themes. His
paintings combine the warm colors of the Caribbean and the very local themes
like The Blue Hands Lobster Man or the underwater view of lobster buoy with
World of Silence. Philippe also has an extreme sense of humor and will make
you smile more than once on seeing his new concept of the Player Piano.

This September 6 event will be another in a series of multiple-gallery
openings including Tidemark Gallery and Old Number Nine in Waldoboro and
Maine Coast Artist Gallery in Friendship.

Philippe Guillerm Gallery hours are 10 to 4, Tuesday through Friday. For
more information, please contact Philippe Guillerm Galley, 882 Main Street,
Waldoboro Village, 701-9085, or visit guillermsculptures.com.

Tidemark Galleries open four new shows

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“Quebec City” by Julian Sacks

Tidemark Gallery‘s featured artist is Julian Sacks, equally at home in rural Whitefield, Maine, as in the urban centers of the world. For this show, his oils and watercolors are all “Citiscapes.”

Friendship’s Maine Coast Artist Gallery is presenting “Inspired by the Earth,” a collection of fine art and crafts.

Philippe Guillerm Gallery hosts painter, Jim Root, with sculpture and paintings by Philippe Guillerm.

Old Number Nine will have a pop-up show of paintings by Bob Besaw and Stephen Parmley, with sculpture by Parmley.