“freedom” by Liza Stratton
On view: May 12 – June 24 | Opening Reception: Friday, May 12, 5-7pm, Award Ceremony 6pm
On Thursday, May 4th curator Corey Daniels judged the Harlow Gallery’s 22nd annual juried art exhibition. 34 works of art by 23 Maine artists were selected to be included in the the exhibition out of a total of 461 works submitted by 162 artists. Art2017 is on view May 12-June 24, 2017 at the Harlow Gallery. Open hours are Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm. The opening reception is Friday, May 12 from 5-7pm, with prizes announced at 6pm. The public is invited to attend to meet the artists and to experience a diverse mix of high quality artwork from all corners of Maine.
Corey Daniels, curator and owner of the Corey Daniels Gallery in Wells, Maine. The Corey Daniels Gallery exhibits a synthesis of found art and objects with contemporary artwork by emerging and mid-career artists working in diverse practices. Drawn to objects with intrinsically compelling qualities, Corey Daniels collects and presents paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and utilitarian objects with a refined eye for patina, texture, and form. Read more about Corey Daniels here.
A list of artists accepted into Art2017 by town is as follows:
Belgrade: Susan Barnes
Bethel: Oliver Solmitz
Buxton: Peter Bennett and Michele A. Caron
Camden: Abe Goodale
Cumberland Center: Diane Dahlke and C.E.Morse
Fort Hood, TX: Peter Buotte
Freeport: James Chute
Gardiner: Allison McKeen
Hallowell: Nancy Bixler
Kents Hill: Dylan Gifford
Portland: Lisa Evans, Larry Hayden, Rabee Kiwan, M.P. Landis, and David Wade
Rochester, NH: Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst
Rockport: Harrison Walker
Saco: Tanya Fletcher
South Portland: Liza Stratton
South Thomaston: Ronald Frontin
Topsham: Andrew Elijah Edwards
Exhibitions at the Harlow Gallery are underwritten by our Patron of the Arts sponsor Camden National Bank, and by our season sponsors Capitol Dental Care, Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law, Kennebec Savings Bank, Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe, Summit Natural Gas of Maine, Slates Restaurant and the City of Hallowell.
The Harlow Gallery, home of the Kennebec Valley Art Association, is a membership based 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in central Maine since 1963.