Category Archives: Exhibitions

8x10x80 is back!

8x10x80 is back!

  All works of art are 8″ x10″ and every one is just $80 on view December 2-10, 2011 8x10x80 is one of the most popular shows the gallery presents;…

Rules of Domesticity ~ November 2011

Rules of Domesticity ~ November 2011

The shadows of the past are still cast on modern women. Echos of the roles grandmothers played are still encoded in current domestic life.   But the post-feminist ideals have taken root…

Chalk ~ October 2011

Chalk ~ October 2011

Chalk On view at the Harlow Gallery October 7-29, 2011 Opening Friday, October 7th 5 to 8 pm. The chalkboard is an object loaded with cultural significance and collective memory:…

New Work by Michel Droge & Rob Lash

New Work by Michel Droge & Rob Lash

On view at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, Maine September 2-24, 2011, opening Friday, September 2nd from 5-8pm. New work by painter Michel Droge of Portland paired with sculpture by…

Nature’s Keep – August 2011

Nature’s Keep – August 2011

Nature’s Keep:  Artists responding to Divine Design The Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, Maine August 5-27, 2011 Louise Philbrick, South Portland Maine Jennifer Keef, Standish Maine Ross Grams, Vienna Maine Ed Mc…

The Artists of Hallowell

The Artists of Hallowell

For the month of July the Harlow Gallery will proudly present The Artists of Hallowell an exhibition of work by the amazingly diverse and talented artists who live in our…

The Drawing Story – June 2-25, 2011

The Drawing Story – June 2-25, 2011

What is the drawing story? Fourteen artists including painters, illustrators, a sculptor and a tattoo artist respond to that simple question. Curated by Monmouth artist Amy Ray, The Drawing Story…

Our 8th year of Young at Art!

Our 8th year of Young at Art!

Join us for Young at Art, our 8th annual exhibition of children’s artwork, when area students in grades K -8 have their work on display in the professional setting of the Harlow Gallery…

Spindleworks at the Harlow: a sneak peek

Spindleworks at the Harlow: a sneak peek

Check out Jamie Ribisi-Braley’s blog post on curating our upcoming Spindleworks exhibition! She’s posted some great pictures of her recent tour of Spindleworks when she selected the work. Jamie not…