2007 timeline

Board members and key volnteers in 2007: Elizabeth Budd, Joanne DeCampos (president), Michael Hudak (vice president), Juanita Longwell (secretary), Penny Markley (treasurer), Alesia Norling, Peter Precourt, Judith Schuppien (ArtTalk coordinator), Todd Jubinville (building manger); Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator)

Exhibition Committee: Michael Hudak, Chair, Peter Precourt, Liz Budd, Frankie Dailey, Jeff Pidot, Susan Roux

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Bryan Berge, Nancy Barron (gallery assistant)

Workshop series on the business side of art by Anne Weber of Great Diamond Island in January – February of 2007. The Blanche T. Fine and Antoinette Tardiff Scholarship was awarded to Rebecca R. Sargent of Cony HS. The KVAA Memorial Scholarship was awarded to Jenna Lynn McFarland of Cony HS.

December – Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale

November 30 – December 2, 2007 – 8 x 10 x 80

November – Arts for Maine State Parks

October 2007 – Outside Looking In, Another Look: an exhibition of drawings, paintings and poetry by members of LINC (Living in the Community) and the Waterville Social Club with Signs of the Times, a selection of work by Natasha Mayers. Artists include Charles Stratton, Bill Burke, Sheri Haywood, Ruth Cohen, Ken Bryant, Kimberley Thorpe, Cheryl Corliss, Mark Shedd, Frances Jennings, Cindy Dow, Anne Toothaker, Grace Merry, Carolyn Fijalek and Peter.

September 2007 – Versions of the Truth: recent work by Ian Ormon & Melissa Post van der Burg

August 31-September 2, 2007 — kolajnia. featuring artwork by Bryan Berge, Paul Brandt, Kaitlin Hillier and Yeshe Parks.

August 2007 – Julian Sacks & Shanna Wheelock

July 2007 — Member’s Show: 114 works of art by members of the KVAA

June 2007 — Cars: Image & Substance featuring work by Seaver Leslieof Wiscassett, Jeff Mann of Arrowsic, Matt O’Donnell of Wiscassett andLori Rae Palumbo of Portland, with photographs by members of the Capital Area Camera Club

May 2007 — Art2007 12th annual juried show at the Harlow Gallery. Juried by Peter Precourt, professor of art at UMA & Susan Brown Stoddard, professor of art history at UMA. 67 works in the final exhibition representing 55 Maine artists. Best in Show was awarded to Alesia Norling of Pittston for her painting entitled “Uncle”.

April 2007 — Leo Marcus: the Retrospective – sponsored by MaineGeneral Medical

March 30, 31 & April 1, 2007 — Higher Forms of Art: art by students of Hall-Dale and Winthrop High Schools, supported for the second year by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation

March 2007 — Young at Art: art by students in grades K-8 from area elementary & middle schools, plus kids art workshops. Supported for the second year by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation

January 2007 – Paintings by Michael Kessler: A Recent Survey: presented in partnership with the Daniel Kany Gallery