Category Archives: Exhibitions

Versions of the Truth

Versions of the Truth

September’s exhibition at the Harlow Gallery, “Versions of the Truth”, will feature the work of two very talented Maine artists, Ian B. Ormon of Leeds and Melissa Post van der…

Leo Marcus Retrospective

Leo Marcus Retrospective

  Work by local sculptor and longtime arts supporter Leo Marcus is currently on view at the Harlow Gallery, all through this summer and leading up to a full retrospective…

Decent Exposures Nov 2006

Decent Exposures, on view November 3-26, 2006. Central Maine Clay Artists presenting work both sculptural and functional made of clay and stoneware. Artists include Kim Brennan of Manchester, Elizabeth Downs…

XX – the Women of UMA

XX – the Women of UMA

“XX” represents the diverse and prolific artworks created by the women art faculty of the University of Maine at Augusta.  Artwork by Karen Adrienne, Susan Bickford, Hélène Farrar, Lihua Lei,…

Small Movements: February 2006

  Art Opening: “Small Movements”   Friday, February 3rd, 2006 from 5:00 to 8:00pm   Contemporary art at the Harlow Gallery by a group of young, cutting-edge local artists.  Including: …

Transforming Violence – October 2005

Transforming Violence – October 2005

“Transforming Violence” is a multimedia, multi-voiced, interactive art exhibition and lecture series responding to the problem of domestic violence in our communities.  All events will take place during the month…

Ingrained — August 2005

Ingrained — August 2005

“Ingrained” recent work by John Kennedy Wood inspired artwork by John Kennedy of Bombahook Woodworks, ranging from folk art to playful cultural collectables and parodies.  Kennedy’s mediums are as diverse…

To Baghdad and Back – June 2005

To Baghdad and Back – June 2005

  Peter Buotte presents “To Baghdad and Back” at Hallowell’s Harlow Gallery June 3 – June 26, 2005 Hallowell, ME — Maine artist Peter Buotte, will present a solo exhibition…

An Artist’s Gathering

An Artist’s Gathering

The Artists’ Gathering November 2004 Hector Arrache, Juanita Longwell, Richard Kingdon, Nancy Fraser, Judy Schuppien, Ann Versteeg, Deb Fahy, Elizabeth Budd and Joe Brandt.

Small Alters – August 2002

Small Alters – August 2002

“These sculptures are meant to evoke questions and challenge perceptions of the familiar world. Ultimately, it is my intent to reveal and present the provocative implications of an underlying logic….