Dog Days

“Treat Please”, oil on canvas, by Elizabeth Fraser, “Toy Dog I”, acrylic, by Alice Rohman

ON VIEW: JULY 6-14, 2018 | RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JULY 6, 5-7PM*
*in tandem with reception for Summer Members’ Show, Construction/Deconstruction

The Harlow Gallery presents Dog Days, a light-hearted exhibition featuring 65 works by 32 artists celebrating our loyal canine companions. During this exhibit, dogs will be welcomed into the gallery to enjoy the art which will be displayed at their’ eye level. The exhibition resulted from a call for art asking artists to submit artwork specifically for dogs to enjoy.

Dog Days is on view July 6 – 14, 2018 at the Harlow at 100 Water Street in Hallowell with an opening reception Friday, July 6, 5-7pm, in tandem with the opening reception for the Summer Member’s Show, “Construction/Deconstruction”. No dogs will be allowed at the opening reception. However well-behaved dogs are encouraged to attend the exhibition anytime following the reception during open hours, Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm and Sunday 12-4pm. Dogs must be leashed or carried at all times. Only one dog per human at a time. Suggested admission is a donation of pet food for The Cohen Center’s AniMealsprogram. Learn more about AniMeals.

Participating artists are listed alphabetically by town as follows:

Appleton: David Allen
Augusta: Brianna Daley, Teresa Lavallee, Robin Miller
Camden: Gretchen Mahoney
Dresden: Linda Hermans
Farmingdale: Barbara Loken, Gigi Ragasa
Freeport: Alice Rohman
Georgetown: Amy Peters Wood
Hallowell: Laura Endres, Roger Ireland, Michelle Holbrook Pronovost. Kelly Kennedy Yokoyama, Nancy McGinnis
Jackson: Caitlyn Mello
Knox: Shawna Barnes
Linconville: Petrea Noyes
Livermore: Thaylene Bernard
Manchester: Bruce Armstrong
Norway: Don Best
Poland: Santiago Farias
Portland: Elizabeth Fraser, Drew Ennis
Richmond: Jim Decker, Julie Plummer
Sabattus: Richard Pelletier
Waterville: Barbara Chase, Rose Crossman
Wayne: Jeremy Smith
Weeks Mills: Justin Pierce
Winthrop: Cynthia Ahlstrin

The Harlow is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963. Exhibitions are always free and open to the public. Hours are Tuesday 6:30-8:30, Wednesday-Saturday noon-6pm and Sunday 12-4pm. For more information please visit harlowgallery.org or call 207-622-3813.

Dog Days is sponsored by Easy Street Lounge, Doug and Melinda Jennings and by Chris Walters and family.

The Harlow Gallery is supported by Camden National Bank, the City of Hallowell, Kennebec Savings Bank, The Liberal Cup and The Maine House, the Roxanne Quimby Foundation and by our members.

Season Sponsors for 2018 are Book Orchard Press, Capitol Dental Care, Chris Walters Productions, Doug & Melinda Jennings, Eaton Peabody Attorneys at Law, Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe, Slates Restaurant and Target Electric Corporation.

Programming is funded in part by a Partnership Grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Art.

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