Category Archives: Wiscasset

“Autumn Arrivals” Opens Oct. 3 at Wiscasset Bay Gallery

  Sears Gallagher, “Day Dreaming,” watercolor “Autumn Arrivals: Recent Acquisitions of American and European Paintings” will open at the Wiscasset Bay Gallery on Saturday, October 3. The exhibition will span the period from the mid-nineteenth century through the present day. Among the many nineteenth century works on display is a radiant and luminous painting by […]

Sylvan Gallery Celebrates 15 Years of Art at New Wiscasset Location

“Dockside Arrival” by Tina Ingraham, oil on muslin panel, 14″ x 19″ This year marks Sylvan Gallery’s fifteenth anniversary with a move to a larger commercial space in Wiscasset. The gallery’s new location, at the northeast corner of Water and Main Street (Rt. 1), is right next to Red’s Eats and provides over 1,000 square […]

Wiscasset Bay Gallery opens with “New Works. . . “

Keith Hamilton, “Poe’s Daughter,” archival pigment print, 32” x 42” The Wiscasset Bay Gallery’s 31st season opened with the exhibit “New Works: Contemporary Paintings and Vintage Finds,” on display until Wednesday, July 8th Highlighting this show are a collection of thickly painted oils of Monhegan Island vistas by David Kasman.  A large-scale surrealist photograph by […]

Guest Artist Ed McCartan Exhibits in Sarah’s Café

“In the Autumn of Our Years” by Ed McCartan When artist Ed McCartan was preparing a presentation for the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell about looking at abstract art, the gallery described his work as incorporating “botanical, spiritual and expressive imagery, using abstract layering and sumi brushwork techniques. Ed likes to experiment with alternate techniques, such […]

Wiscasset Bay Gallery opens “Realism and Impressionism in Belgium, France & America”

“In Her Boudoir” by Georges Ferdinand Lemmers “Realism and Impressionism in Belgium, France and America” will open at the Wiscasset Bay Gallery on Saturday, August 16th. From views of Paris, the foothills of Vermont and the coast of Monhegan, this exhibition focuses on European and American landscape and genre paintings spanning the Realism through Impressionist movements. […]