Posted is a one-week postcard art exhibition and fundraiser on view January 25-28, 2017 with an opening reception on Wednesday, January 25, from 5-8pm. All postcards are for sale at a set price of $30 each, and can be taken home at the time of purchase. Proceeds support the 14th annual Young at Art K-8 student art show in March.
Category Archives: Exhibitions
44 Maine artists are featured in Fine Print, showing how their work is inspired by or integrates typography, script or text. The exhibition is on view September 9 – October, 2016 with an opening reception on Friday, September 9, from 5-8pm.
Work by atists and poets of Living in the Community Wellness Center (LINC) and the Waterville Social Club (WSC), on view through December 3, 2016. Curated by Natasha Mayers and Lee Sharkey.
Buy local this holiday season at Harlow Gallery’s One-of-a-Kind fundraiser show, where each item is completely one of a kind, original, and hand-made by a local artist. 50% of sales benefit programming at the Harlow Gallery while 50% goes directly to the artist. On view December 7-17. Sponsored by Susan MacPherson and Richard Davies.
The Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) in partnership with The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) present “Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment”, an art exhibition which contemplates the importance of the 14th Amendment. This exhibition is on view September 22 – December 16, 2016 at Michael Klahr Center on campus at the University of Maine at Augusta.
In the exhibition “Rocks & Eggs”, Tom Gaines’ rock-inspired series of oil paintings are paired with Gail Savitz’ series of ceramics egg forms. On View July 29 – September 3.
We are kicking off the summer with our Summer Members’ Show & Sale which opens Friday, June 24th from 5-8pm, featuring a diverse selection of vibrant work by current artist members.
On Tuesday, May 3rd curator Bruce Brown is judged Art2016. 56 works of art by 56 Maine artists were selected to be included in the the exhibition out of a total of 387 works submitted by 141 artists. The exhibition is on view May 13-June 18, 2016.
Announcing the award-winning artists for Art2016, the 21st annual juried art show on view through June 18, 2016.
Supported this year by a grant from the Oak Grove School Foundation and by sponsors Eaton Peabody , Kents Hill School and Rosemary & Ish. Pictured: “Imagination” by Katie Sprague, grade 11, Kents Hill School (detail)
Featuring a diverse selection of mixed media and assemblage works by artists Jessica Strauss, Daniel Anselmi, Abbie Read, Ieva Tatarski, Karen MacDonald and Paula Green. On view March 25 – April 30
The Harlow Gallery’s Annual Silent Art Auction returns February 3-13
25 area elementary and middle schools have student work on display for Young at Art February 20- March 19, 2016
December 18, 2015 through January 16, 2016. Art can be purchased off the wall and taken home the same day during the annual Holiday Members’ Show & Sale.
Janet Favor: “A Year of Mindfulness: 1 Picture, 1 Poem, Every Day For a Year”. January 20-30, 2016
“A Survey of Computer Use in Art”, an exhibition featuring the work of over 34 Maine artists, demonstrates some of the diverse ways in which computers, software or other digital tools are being use to create art in Maine. The exhibit is view at the Harlow from November 6 to 28, 2015.
Holiday Hodgepodge is a fun fundraiser offering a wide range of affordable fine art and craft, including contemporary and vintage original art December 2-12, 2015.
Harloween Party Friday, October 30 5-8pm
Because it takes a community, “Transforming Violence II” has been made possible by our sponsors, Levey, Wagley, Putman, PA, Summit Natural Gas, Laflin & Wolfington Realty and Pinnacle Tree.
Traces: Vanishing Landscapes is proudly sponsored by Combined Benefits United and RE/MAX Capital, Chris Vallee Associates, both of Hallowell, Maine.
SUN. DEC. 9. 2-4PM
SAT. DEC. 15. 10AM-12PM
FRI. DEC. 28. 6-8PM
JAN. 4-FEB. 9, 2019
NEW LOCATION/NEW HOURS
100 Water Street
Hallowell, ME 04347
Also open by chance or by appointment.