2010-2019

Exhibitions and key events from 2010 – 2019. All took place at the Harlow Gallery unless otherwise noted.

2019

Board members in 2019:  Susan MacPherson (president), Helene Farrar (vice president), Barbara Coriell (treasurer and chair fundraising committee),  Anne Young (secretary & chair, nominations committee), Lisa Rigoulot, Jane Higgins, Kimberly Kubik

Staff:  Gretchen Marion (executive director as of May), Deborah Fahy (executive director through May), Cassie Bouton (gallery manager until February),  Allison McKeen (marketing manager), Allen Flint, Angie Blevins (gallery sales associates)

Intern:  

Key Volunteers:  Sandra Stanton & Penny Markley (figure drawing coordinators),  Jay Franzel, Claire Hersom & Bob MacLaughlin ( The Bookey Readings)

Exhibitions Committee: Myron Beasley, Chris Cart, Scott King, Jane Higgins, Helene Farrar, Deb Fahy, Gretchen Marion & Allison McKeen

Of note

December ’19 – January ’20 – Holiday Members’ Show & 8x10x100

October – November ’19 – Kennebec Land Trust 30th Anniversary Show and Andre Benoit Solo Exhibition

September – October ’19 – Luthiers Showcase and UMA Alumni Show

August – September ’19 – Women. Respond! and Ceramics Show

June – July ’19 – “Striped” Summer Members’ Show and “The Places In Between” Tom Ferrero Solo Exhibition

May – June ’19 – Art2019 24th annual juried show, juror Myron Beasley; and Hypertexture: Andrew Elijah Edwards & Ian Trask

April ’19 – From Life: Joe Klofas solo show and True to Life

February – March  ’19 – 15th Annual Young at Art K-8 student exhibition; 13th annual Higher Forms of Art at UMA’s Danforth Gallery; Barbara Loken: 50 Years of Art

January – February ’19 – “Commonplace”, a two-person exhibition featuring work by Nathan Allard of Somerville and Maxwell Nolin of Belfast. 


2018

Board members in 2018:  Susan MacPherson (president), Helene Farrar (vice president), Barbara Coriell (treasurer and chair fundraising committee),  Anne Young (secretary & chair, nominations committee), Anita Morrissey, Lisa Rigoulot, Jane Higgins, Kimberly Kubik

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Bixler (accounts specialist), Cassie Bouton (gallery manager),  Allison McKeen (marketing manager)

Intern:  Lindsey Flint

Key Volunteers:  Sandra Stanton & Penny Markley (figure drawing coordinators),  Jay Franzel, Claire Hersom & Bob MacLaughlin ( The Bookey Readings)

Education Committee:  Margo Ogden (chair), Cynthia Ahlstrin, Madeleine Martin, Judith Feinstein and Anne Young

Exhibitions Committee: Myron Beasley, Michael Hudak, Scott King, Anita Morrissey and staff – Deb & Allison

Of note – The Board of Directors successfully sold 160 Water Street in May and used the bulk of the proceeds to set up an investment account with Maine Community Foundation later in the year.  Harlow Craft Shop opened in March.  Saturday morning art workshop series began. Second Sunday series ended. Education Committee disbanded at the end of the year. Water Street Reconstruction project took place this year and The Harlow staff (especially Deb Fahy) helped organize the Murals in the Street Project with Down with the Crown

December ’18 – Holiday Members’ Show & Sale and 8x10x100

November ’18 – Proof Positive and “A Nation of Immigrants: Home Lost, Home Found“, presented in partnership with Capital Area New Mainers

October ’18 – “Life on the Trail” presented in partnership with Friends of the Kennebec River Rail Trail and “Luthiers Showcase” presented in partnership with the City of Hallowell

September ’18 – Tactile

August ’18 – Bruce Mayo solo show – Enjoy the Hue

July ’18 – Summer Members’ Show: “Construction/Deconstruction”, “Three Faces, Three Forces”, a three-person pop-up exhibition featuring Rachael Eastman, Martha Miller, and John David O’Shauhgnessy, and Dog Days

June ’18 – “Men in Suits/Men in Trouble”: Natasha Mayers and Kenny Cole. 

May ’18 – Art2018 juried by Bethany Engstrom, and Kid McGuire: “So Full of Myself, I May Flouresce

April ’18 – Sasson Soffer: Monumental Dream

March ’18 – PLAY and 15th Annual Young at Art K-8 student exhibition at 100 Water Street; and Higher Forms of Art at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta

February ’18 Seven at 160 Water Street: Maine abstract painters Emily Blake Blaschke, Jenny LaMacchia Campbell, Alicia Ines Ethridge, Celeste June Henriquez, Doreen Nardone, Brenda Overstrom and Donald M. Peterson; Winter Members Showcase continued at 100 Water Street

January ’18 – Winter Members Showcase at 100 Water Street


2017

Board members in 2017:  Susan MacPherson (president), Helene Farrar (vice president), Barbara Coriell (treasurer and chair fundraising committee),  Anne Young (secretary & chair, nominations committee), Anita Morrissey, Lisa Rigoulot, Channa Schroff

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Bixler (accounts specialist), Cassie Bouton (gallery manager),  Allison McKeen (marketing manager)

Intern:  August Rudy, K. Scott Davis

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator),  Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator),  Jay Franzel, Claire Hersom & Bob MacLaughlin ( The Bookey Readings)

Education Committee:  Margo Ogden (chair), Cynthia Ahlstrin, Nan Bell, Gayle Chung, Judith Feinstein, Cindy Rehagen Langewisch and Anne Young

Exhibitions Committee: Myron Beasley, Michael Hudak, Scott King, Anita Morrissey and staff – Deb & Allison

Of note – Allison promoted to marketing manager. The board of directors signed a lease for 100 Water Street in the fall and began the process of relocating the business to a new larger space.

December ’17 – SQUARE and Holiday Members’ Art Show & Sale

November ’17 – CSA II, Artists’ Archives Sale at 100 Water Street through December in partnership with Central Maine Clay Artist’s Holiday Pottery Shop

September – October ’17 – POW! Comic Book Art;  “Harlow 2.0”, the debut art exhibition at the new location at 100 Water Street

August ’17 – Malley Weber Solo Exhibition

July ’17 – Summer Members’ Show & Sale

May to June ’17 – Art2017, juried by Corey Daniels

March to April ’17 – 14th Annual Young at Art K-8 student exhibition and Higher Forms of Art at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta

February ’17 – Venn Project – Nancy Keenan Barron, Pamela Hetherley, Anita Morrissey

January ’17 – Posted, postcard fundraiser


 

2016

Board members in 2016:  Susan MacPherson (president), Helene Farrar (vice president), Diana Scully (treasurer),  Anne Young (secretary & chair, nominations committee), Sally Wagley (chair fundraising committee), Anita Morrissey, Lisa Rigoulot, Channa Schroff

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Bixler (accounts specialist), Cassie Bouton (gallery manager), Allison McKeen (pr & documentation specialist)

Intern:  Justin Pierce, spring semester

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator),  Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator),  Jay Franzel, Claire Hersom & Bob MacLaughlin ( The Bookey Readings)

Education Committee:  Margo Ogden (chair), Nan Bell, Judith Feinstein, Cheryl Herr-Rains, Gayle Chung and Anne Young

Exhibitions Committee: Myron Beasley, Michael Hudak, Scott King, Anita Morrissey and staff – Deb & Allison

Of note – Cassie Bouton hired as gallery manager, Jeannie & Stephen Langsdorf hosted a house party and art auction at their home in March to celebrate the Harlow Gallery being named Best Gallery in Maine by Downeast Magazine in 2015.

Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment September – December 2016 In partnership with the Holocaust and Human Rights Center at UMA 

December ’16 – One of a Kind and Holiday Members’ Art Show & Sale

October – November ’16 – Doors: Art & Poetry from LINC & WSC

September ’16 –  Fine Print

July – August ’16 – Rocks & Eggs: Tom Gaines & Gail Savitz

June – July ’16 – Summer Members’ Art Show & Sale

May ’16 – 21st annual juried show – Art2017, juror Bruce Brown

April ’16 – Altered: assemblage works by Jessica Strauss, Daniel Anselmi, Abbie Read, Ieva Tatarski, Karen MacDonald and Paula Green

March ’16 – Higher Forms of Art at UMA

February ’16 – 13th annual Young at Art K-8

January ’16 – Janet Favor, Year of Mindfulness


2015

Board members in 2015: Marie Sugden (president), Perry McCourtney  (vice president), Billiann Dolby (secretary),  Diana Scully and Lisa Rigoulot (co-treasurers), Larry Brown, Helene Farrar, Sally Wagley (chair fundraising committee), Anne Young (chair, nominations committee & secretary 2nd half of the year)

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Bixler (accounts specialist), Aleana Chaplin (membership & volunteer coordinator), Allison McKeen (pr & documentation specialist)

Intern:  Elena Kirillova

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator),  Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator),  Jay Franzel, Claire Hersom & Bob MacLaughlin (took over the job of organizing monthly poetry readings from Ted & Ruth Bookey after 20+ years)

Education Committee:  Margo Ogden (chair), Nan Bell, Judith Feinstein, Cheryl Herr-Rains, Cindy Langewisch, Gayle Chung and Anne Young

Exhibitions Committee: Michael Hudak, Scott King, Anita Morrissey and staff – Deb & Allison

Of Note:

The Harlow Gallery was one of the award recipients at the “Celebrating a Community that Cares” ceremony at Kaplan University on Saturday, October 3 2015.  Senator Susan Collins was the keynote speaker at the event, which honored local nonprofits, along with businesses of The Marketplace at Augusta for their commitment to community outreach.

Harlow Gallery voted Best Gallery in Maine by readers of DownEast Magazine

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December ’15 – Holiday Hodgepodge, followed by Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale through January 2016

November ’15 – A Survey of Computer Use in Art

October ’15 – It Takes a Community: Transforming Violence II

August – September ’15 – Traces: Vanishing Landscapes, Sarah Brayman, Lisa Tyson Ennis, Shanna Wheelock

July – August ’15 – Fired Up, group ceramic show

July ’15 – The Harlow Aviary (summer members’ show) AND Vaughan Homestead Sculpture Garden (through August)

June ’15 – Perspicere: Paintings by Richard William Blanchard and Amy Peters Wood

May – Art2015 juried by Britta Konau – click here for prize winners

April – May ’15 – Harlow for the Hall, a collaborative exhibition at Johnson Hall in Gardiner

March – April ’15 – Fabric as Meditation:  Barbara Crowley and Holly Dominie, March 27 – April 25.

February -March ’15 – Young at Art, 12th annual exhibition of children’s artwork from grades K-8, February 28- March 21 and Higher Forms of Art on view in the Richmond Gallery in UMA’s Handley Hall at 331 Water Street in downtown Augusta from March 6-28.

January – February ’15 – The Long Distance Call – John Carnes, Matt Demers, Scott Minzy


 

2014

Board members in 2014: Marie Giguere Sugden (president), Perry McCourtney  (vice president), Billiann Dolby (secretary), Julie Barter Lucas (treasurer), Larry Brown, Helene Farrar, Lisa Rigoulot, Diana Scully, Sally Wagley, Anne Young (chair, nominations committee)

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (program director) -until end of  August,  Nancy Bixler (administrative assistant), Aleana Chaplin (membership coordinator), Allison McKeen (documentation specialist)

Interns:  Denae Spencer, Elena Kirillova

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator), Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator)

Education Committee:  Margo Ogden (chair), Laura Hamilton, Cheryl Herr-Rains, Cindy Langewisch, Alice Rohman, Malley Weber and Anne Young

Exhibitions Committee: Deb Fahy, Allison McKeen, Elena Kirillova,  Michael Hudak, Scott King, Perry McCourtney, Jamie Ribisi-Braley

OF NOTE Laura Rothstein died on October 19, 2014 she was a key volunteer at the Harlow Gallery through the 70’s and 80’s. She served on our board of directors for at least 10 years, and held the office of President for most of those years.

DECEMBER ’14 – Holiday Hodgepodge, followed by the Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale

NOVEMBER ’14 – Inspired by Katahdin, juried by David & Carl Little. The show traveled to Legacy Properties SIR in Damariscotta in December where it remained on view through April 2015. Education Committee’s Second Sunday community art series started this month.

OCTOBER ’14 – Kennebec Land Trust 25th Anniversary Art Exhibition at the Harlow, and Howard Hill Benefit Show at Slates Restaurant. Art at Home in Gardiner took place on October 4th.

SEPTEMBER ’14 – apparent contradictions, James Chute solo show September 5-27, 2014

AUGUST ’14 – “Choosings” a collaboration by artists David EsteyHarold Garde and Kathleen Florance – August 8-30, 2014.

JULY ’14 – Summer Members’ Art Show & Sale, a showcase of work by artist members of the Harlow Gallery, on view July 11 – August 2, 2014

JUNE ’14 – Critic’s Choice: Daniel Kany: An exhibition of works by Woong Chul AnDozier BellSarah BouchardKenny Cole, Cindy Davis, Tom Flanagan, Daniel Fuller, Carly GlovinskiKen GreenleafJung HurGabriella D’Italia, Ben Lambert, Jonathan Mess and Jeff Woodbury; semi-curated by Daniel Kany with curator-as-artist-curator Daniel Fuller, June 6 – July 5, 2014 

MAY ’14 – 19th annual juried art show. Art2014 was juried by Andy Verzosa, owner and director of Aucocisco Galleries in Portland, Maine, one of Maine’s leading commercial art galleries. Verzosa selected 32 works of art by 25 artists for the exhibition, out of a total of 344 works submitted by 122 artists.

APRIL ’14 – “A Body of Work” showcasing the work of 38 Maine artists working from the human figure on view at the Harlow April 4-26, 2014 

The First Annual Maine Statewide High School Ceramic Arts Show organized by Russell Kahn on view in the 1st floor gallery space in UMA’s Gannett Building at 331 Water Street in downtown Augusta April 9- 26, 2014 featuring artists from the following schools: Lincoln Academy, Camden Hills Regional High School, Brunswick High School, Windham High School, Massabesic High School, Gardiner High School, Sacopee Valley High School, Cony High School, Thornton Academy, Scarborough High School, Meesalonskee High School , Richmond High School, Waynflete School and Wiscassett High School.

MARCH ’14 – Young at Art 11th annual exhibition of children’s artwork grades K -8 at the Harlow Gallery March 8-29, 2014  
AND 
Higher Forms of Art presented in partnership with the University of Maine at Augusta at the Gannett Building gallery, 331 Water St, Augusta, March 14-April 5. Participating: Cony, Gardiner, Hall-Dale, Kents Hill, Maranancook, Monmouth and Richmond High Schools.

JANUARY – FEBRUARY ’14 –  Implementsfound object sculpture by Maureen Block, Ellen Gibson, Mildred Johnson and Jonathan Price


 

2013

Board members in 2013: Larry Brown (president), Patsy O’Brien (vice president), Marie Giguere (secretary) Karen Johnson (treasurer), Julie Barter, Perry McCourtney, Linda Sadoff

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (program director), Nancy Bixler (administrative assistant), Aleana Chaplin ) membership coordinator, Allison McKeen (gallery sitter)

Interns: Allison McKeen, Amanda Giampetro, Denae Spencer

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator), Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator), Margo Ogden & Christine Higgins (co-chairs education committee), Suzanne Goulet (Arts Educator Initiative Chair)

Exhibitions Committee: Nancy Barron, Deb Fahy, Marie Giguere, Michael Hudak, Scott King,  Linda Sadoff and Jodi Williams

DECEMBER ’13 –The Fabulous Black & White Ball celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Harlow Gallery. On exhibit: 8 x 10 x 100 the final year.

NOVEMBER ’13 – Golden Anniversary Members’ Art Show & Sale exhibition featuring a mix of artwork by members past and present, followed by The  46 Million Turkeys project15 years of turkey portraits by Cheryl Miller with an open call to the public to help represent each of the 46 million turkeys consumed in the United States each Thanksgiving. 

OCTOBER ’13 – Sit. Stay. Art! in partnership with the Kennebec Valley Humane Society in Augusta, an open call to Maine artists for work depicting animals of all kinds.

SEPTEMBER ’13 – Chris Cart: unplugged, a solo show

AUGUST ’13 –  Drawings & Paintings by Micah Webbert of Wayne and sculpture by Allen Ponziani of Woolwich.  

JULY ’13 –  Vaughan Vignettes in partnership with the Vaughan Homestead Foundation: artwork celebrating the legacy of the Vaughan family in Hallowell, home to seven generations of the Vaughan family since 1794. 

JUNE ’13 – Paste & Pages showcasing the work of 40 Maine artists working in collage and book arts.

MAY ’13 – Art2013 juried by Dan Kany and Bob Keyes: 60 works of art by 48 artists were juried into the exhibition, out of a total of 334  works submitted by 123 artists

APRIL ’13 – PLAY – 67 Maine artists celebrate the spirit of play, selected from an open call for art inspired by children’s art or childhood; and art that is whimsical, fantastical, joyful or humorous in spirit. 

MARCH ’13 – “Young at Art”, 10th annual exhibition of children’s artwork from Cental Maine elementary and middle schools, grades K-8, followed by “Higher Forms of Art” , our 7th annual exhibition of artwork by students from area high schools, including Cony, Gardiner, Hall-Dale, Kents Hill, Maranancook, Monmouth, Richmond and Winthrop High Schools. 

JANUARY – FEBRUARY ’13 –  ingrained presents the work of five Maine printmakers: Martha Briana of Northport, Anthony Kulik of Belfast, Donna Parkinson of Freeport, Willy Reddick of Belfast and Sarah Vosmus of Bowdoinham


2012

Board members in 2012: Larry Brown (president), Patsy O’Brien (vice president), Marie Giguere (secretary) Karen Johnson (treasurer), Julie Barter, Perry McCourtney, Linda Sadoff

Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (program director), Nancy Bixler (administrative assistant)

Interns: Allison McKeen

Key Volunteers: Michael Hudak (Exhibition curator & preparator), Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator), Margo Ogden & Christine Higgins (co-chairs education committee)

Exhibitions Committee: Nancy Barron, Deb Fahy, Marie Giguere, Michael Hudak, Scott King,  Linda Sadoff and Jodi Williams

December 2012 — 8 x 10 x 100 November 30-December 8; Member’s Holiday Art Show & Sale, December 14-January 12, 2013

November 2012 — Photographic Interpretations of a Legend: Woody GuthrieNovember 2-24

October 2012 – CSA: Community Supporting Arts, October 5-27

September 2012 —Ross Grams, Two Worlds of HomeSeptember 7-29, 2012

At Harlow on the Circle in Augusta (45 Memorial Circle) Humanity Expressed Visually, September 17-November 16

August 2012 — FUSE – 19 Maine encaustic artists August 3-25;  his*story, a photographic series by Robert Rainey, August 29-September 1

July 2012 — Hallowell through History (KVAA members’ show) and Model Citizens, photo portraits by Bill Duffy July 6-28

At Harlow on the Circle in Augusta (45 Memorial Circle) Paintings by Pamela Hetherley, July 16 – September 7

June 2012 — Streams, Stones, and Frozen Fire Raku pottery by Nancy Meader paired with 25 years of on-site landscape drawings by Abbott Meader, June 8-30

May 2012 — Art2012,  May 11-June 2

At Harlow on the Circle in Augusta (45 Memorial Circle) artwork by Cony High School Independent Study Art Students, Colton Brann, Kelly Clark, Charlie Eames, Marissa Eldridge, Erin Ludwig, Chantel Wellman, Talisan Greaton, Jon Caron and Sabrina Poulin,  May 7- July 7

April 2012 — Occupy Art

March 2012 — 6th Annual Higher Forms of Art, 6 high schools participating, March 2-10; 9th Annual Young at Art K-8, 22 area schools participating, March 16-31

February 2012 — Silent Art Auction, February 15-18

January 2012 — Richard Kingdon Memorial Exhibition, Jan 25-28

At Harlow on the Circle in Augusta (45 Memorial Circle) Examining Future’s Past“, Paul Philbrick, continued from 2011, on view through March 15, 2012


 

2011

Board members in 2011: Larry Brown (president), Anne Reiter (interim president), Michael Hudak (vice president & chair exhibitions committee), Patsy O’Brien (vice president) Jamie Ribisi-Braley (secretary), Marie Giguere (secretary) Karen Johnson (treasurer), David Keef (building committee chair), Peggy Siegel, Nancy McGinnis (co-chairs development committee), Jayson Pare, Linda Sadoff, John Woytowicz and Perry McCourtney

Paid Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (program director), Nancy Bixler (administrative assistant)

Interns: Emma Cameron, Allison McKeen

Key Volunteers: Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator), Teresa Zardus (ArtTalk coordinators), Daryl Shaw (development committee, graphic design), Michele DeBruin (development committee), Michael Hudak (chair, exhibition committee)

December 2011 — 8x10x80 year 5, followed by Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale into January 2012

November 2011 –The Rules of Domesticity – Cynthia J. AhlstrinDebra ArterJennifer Booker and Barbara Nelson Emerson

October 2011 —Chalk. October 7-29. Luc Demers and Peter Precourt: a collaborative exhibition of interdisciplinary art on the subject with both interactive and site based elements.

Harlow for the Hall, an art exhibition in Support of Johnson Hall Renovation. September 28-October 1.

September 2011 –September 2-24 Drawings by Michel Droge  paired with sculpture by Robert Lash

August 2011 — Nature’s Keep: Artists Respond to Divine Design, on view August 5-27. Participating artists: Louise Philbrick, South Portland Maine, Jennifer Keef, Standish Maine, Ross Grams, Vienna Maine, Ed Mc Cartan, Brunswick Maine, Barbara Bean, Brunswick Maine, Jessie Lyle, Whiteby Island, WA, Shannon Rankin, Rangeley Maine. Curated by Johanna Moore of Artifacts in Farmingdale.

July 2011 — Artists of Hallowell July1 -29 A showcase of work by artists living in the city of Hallowell. Special display of work by the late Hallowellian Paul Plumer to honor his memory. Friday evening performing arts showcase events through the month.

June 2011 — The Drawing Story June 3-25. Participating artists: Patrick Plourde of New Gloucester, John Curtis Jennison of Bath and Brooklyn, NY, Abby Shahn of Solon, Camille Cole of Freeport, Amy Ray of Monmouth, James Frederic Rose of New York City, Jen Bradford of Portland and Beacon, NY, Joe Klofas of Hallowell and also Chris Dingwell, Larry Hayden, Kimberly Convery, Stephen Burt, Deborah Randall and George Lloyd, all of Portland. Curated by Amy Ray.

May 2011 — Art2011 16th annual juried art show: with jurors Véronique Plesch and Margaret Libby. 57 pieces of artwork were juried into the exhibition out of a total of 327 works of art submitted by 120 artists. Best in show went to Gwen Sylvester of Rockland for her acrylic painting, “The Mussel Eaters.”

April 2011 — Spring KVAA Members’ Art Show & Sale April 1-23.

March 2011 — Higher Forms of Art, March 2-12, 2011: Sixth annual showcase of work by area high school artists, this year expanded to include Cony, Hall-Dale, Gardiner, Maranacook & Winthrop High Schools.

Young at Art March 16-26, 2011: Eighth annual exhibit of artwork by elementary and middle school children from schools throughout the greater Augusta area. Participating schools have included Hall-Dale, Lincoln, Farrington, Hussey, Gilbert, Hodgkins, Gardiner, Laura Richards, Chelsea, Pittston, Windsor and more.

February 2011 —Annual Silent Art Auction February 9-12, 2011

Spindleworks – February 16-26, 2011 –  Mosaic, a two week exhibition of work by Spindleworks artists curated by exhibition committee volunteer Jamie Ribisi Braley. Spindleworks is a non-profit art center for adults with disabilities and a program of the Independence Association of Brunswick Maine, whose mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives in their chosen community.  This show led directly to the opening of SpinOff Studios, our new neighbors here in Hallowell as of December 2011.

January 2011 — KVAA Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale continued from December 2010 through January 8, 2011


 

2010

Board members in 2010: Paul Philbrick (president), Michael Hudak (vice president & chair exhibitions committee), Jamie Ribisi-Braley (secretary), Karen Johnson (treasurer),   Annie Reiter ( interim president, chair development committee), Larry Brown, David Keef (building committee chair), Peggy Siegel

Paid Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (assistant director), Nancy Bixler (bookkeeper), Kelly Herlihy (administrative assistant), Melissa Hunnibel, Karen Kelly-Philbrick (gallery sitters)

Interns:  Marie Giguere, Clayton Zoe Fisk

Key Volunteers: Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator), Karen Fisk, Teresa Zardus (ArtTalk coordinators), Daryl Shaw (development committee, graphic design), Michele DeBruin (development committee). Annie Reiter (chair, development committee), Michael Hudak (chair, exhibition committee)

December 2010 — 8x10x80 year 4, followed by Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale into January 2011

November 2010 — Art of Duality: Hunger|Sated  one of three exhibitions in the community focusing on issues of hunger.  Exhibition also at Charles Danforth Gallery and UMA and at Circling the Square in Gardiner.

October 2010 — Raising Two White Boys in the South, an installation by Michael Dickins and Dawn Martin Dickins

September 2010 — One of a Kind—Monotype the Unique Print  — Claudia Brahms of Hallowell, Robin Brooks of Topsham,Corliss Chastain of Portland (formerly Hallowell), Christine J. Higgins of Readfield, Marguerite Ogden of Hallowell, and Kris Sader of Orono

August 2010 — Antique & Vintage Art Show & Sale

August 2010 — Architect as Artist/Artist as Architect: Jennifer Claster, Michele Gutlove, Ruthanne Harrison, Brian Kent, Solvejg Jorgensen Makaretz, Kevin Moquin, John Ossie, Roger Richmond and Robert Sherman

July 2010 — Summer Member’s Show

June 2010 — Carlton Plummer Retrospective

May 2010 — Art2010 15th annual juried art show: with juror Robert Lash with curatorial consultant Kirsten Gilg

April 2010 — Eternal Whispers: Petrea Noyes of Brooks, and Lynne Joddrell Baggett of Steuben

March 2010 — Young at Art K-8 and A Matter of Conscience: a juried sculpture show for Maine high school aged artists

February 2010 — Higher Forms of Art

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