February 23, 2017

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Alan Bray  WET SPOT (fragment)  2016  casein on panel  18 x 24 inches 

 

Talking Art in Maine, Intimate Conversations: Alan Bray

Talking Art in Maine is a series of intimate, one on one conversations between artist, Jane Dahmen, and notable artists and curators who have made a substantial contribution to the arts in the state of Maine. They are offered free to the public.

Alan Bray's meticulous casein paintings are visions "as fine, clear eyed and imaginative as any art of Maine has ever been." Edgar Allen Beem

About our host, Jane Dahmen. Jane is a contemporary realist artist whose recent landscapes explore the forests and coastal regions of mid coast Maine.

Free and open to the public.

 

 

Presented in partnership with:

 

Art Collector Maine

H M Payson

 

Maine Home + Design  

       

 

 

 

Show Dates + Times

Thu, Mar 23 @ 7 pm

 

 

Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta, Maine

2 Theater St, Damariscotta, Maine (207) 563-3424 info@atthelincoln.org

February 23, 2017

Talking Art in Maine, Intimate Conversations: Alan Bray

Talking Art in Maine is a series of intimate, one on one conversations between artist, Jane Dahmen, and notable artists and curators who have made a substantial contribution to the arts in the state of Maine. They are offered free to the public.

Alan Bray's meticulous casein paintings are visions "as fine, clear eyed and imaginative as any art of Maine has ever been." Edgar Allen Beem
 

About our host, Jane Dahmen. Jane is a contemporary realist artist whose recent landscapes explore the forests and coastal regions of mid coast Maine.

Free and open to the public.

Presented in partnership with:

    

     

 
Show Dates + Times
Thu, Mar 23 @ 7 pm

 

June 10, 2016

Pho Pa Gallery, Portland, ME, anounces a show with Dennis Pinette, June 15 - july 23, 2016.  "Otherwhere" features new work by two of Maine’s most acclaimed contemporary artists. Dennis Pinette’s graphite on yupo drawings explore the intersection of geometries between the natural and man-made worlds. He works from direct observation, making notes and sketches on site and distilling the work in the studio. The images portray anonymous landscapes such as industrial zones, cut-over land, gravel yards, and fuel depots. To Dennis, these locations reveal evidence of man’s inventive nature and prompt him to incorporate his own inventions in the drawings. Claire Seidl’s silver gelatin, selenium-toned photographs are ethereal in nature, but rooted in real world people, places and natural phenomena. Claire uses the camera to capture what the eye can’t see, recording the passage of time rather than specific moments. What happens over time accumulates on the film and leaves visible traces. Dennis and Claire each use their chosen medium to explore intersections of reality and fiction and address notions of time, past and passing.

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