Spindleworks ArtTalk

Join us at the Harlow Gallery during Mosaic, Spindlework’s exhibition in February, for a gallery talk on Thursday, February 24th at 7pm. Spindleworks Director Liz McGhee along with several artists from the center will talk about Spindleworks, their work, and they will also take time to answer questions. (A donation of $3 is suggested to benefit both nonprofit arts groups!). Call the Harlow Gallery at 207-622-3813 for more information.

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On view at the Harlow Gallery in downtown Hallowell from February 16-26, 2011, Mosaic will offer a taste of the variety of work created at Spindleworks studios on Lincoln Street in Brunswick. From paintings and drawings to sculpture and weavings, vibrant works will adorn the Harlow Gallery and offer color to our snowy winter landscape.

The public is invited to the show’s opening on Friday, February 18 from 5-8 pm. This event is free and open to all; refreshments will be provided by Sweetland Retreat of Manchester. The Harlow Gallery is located at 160 Water Street in Downtown Hallowell.

Spindleworks is a non-profit art center in Brunswick, Maine. As a program of the Independence Association, Spindleworks provides supplies, studio and gallery space to over 40 artists with disabilities. Artists range in age from 20-80 and work in a wide range of mediums including: painting, drawing, weaving, fiber and fabric arts, wood, sculpture, ceramics, poetry, music, acting, and jewelry. The Spindleworks artists have shown locally, nationally and internationally, and work regularly on commissions throughout the year. Spindleworks gallery, studios and store are open Monday through Friday 9-4. For more information visit www.spindleworks.org or call 207-725-8820.