A small group of installation artists has created quite a buzz on the Maine art scene in recent
years By producing adventurous new art that is designed to disappear.
A new book by Loretta Krupinski offers an artistic view of vacations along the Maine coast
a century ago.
High summer on Maine’s inland waterways means it’s time to break out the classics
In the centennial year of the painter’s death, few historians would argue that he wasn’t one of the great realists of the nineteenth century. But Homer would not be regarded as the greatest American artist of his age had he not moved to Maine.
Over ten years, Andres A. Verzosa, owner of Aucocisco Galleries, has created a thriving business while working to radically transform Portland’s arts scene.
Literary logger John S. Springer was, in many ways, the opposite of his contemporary, Henry David Thoreau. It’s a shame the two authors never met.
A conversation with Halcyon Blake, owner and founder of Halcyon Yarn.
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Painter William Irvine explores the transience of our lives passing through the monumentality of nature.
Andrea Peters paints all the colors of a Maine winter.
The newly restored Prouts Neck studio of Winslow Homer reveals secrets of the life and work of one of America’s greatest artists. By Deborah Weisgall