Left: “Landfill No.9: Northeastern Cross Section” by Jonathan Mess. Right: Two Part Vase in Green by Mary Devenney and Joe Devenney
July 31 – August 22, 2015
The Harlow Gallery is showcasing ceramic works by 32 artists in the exhibition “Fired Up” July 31 through August 22, 2015. “Fired Up” culminated from an open call to artists working in clay. Out of 106 submissions, 85 works of art are included in the final show, including utilitarian, decorative and conceptual pieces.
An opening reception will be held on Friday July 31, from 5 to 8 PM. Both the exhibition and the reception are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday, noon – 6pm.
A list of participating artists by town is as follows:
Arrowsic, Robert Santerre
Augusta, Lori Watts and Doreen Morgan
Belfast, Russell Kahn and Cory Upton-Cosulich
Bethany, CT, Sara Kaluzynski
Brooklin, Cathy Rees
Brunswick, Jackie Melissas
Camden, Ann McClellan
Cape Elizabeth, Valerie Deveraux
Carrabassett Valley, Karen Campbell
Cumberland, Meryl Ruth
Hallowell, Malley Weber
Jefferson, Mary Devenney, Joe Devenney and Jonathan Mess
Kingfield, Penelope Hall
Litchfield, Jeff Spencer and Mary K. Spencer
Morrill, Jeffrey Ackerman
Oakland, Nancy Meader
Orono, Constant Albertson, Blake Eden and John Eden
Orr’s Island, Catherine Gibson
Portland, Elizabeth Louden, Rebecca May Verrill and Whitney Gill
South Portland, Jeff Woodbury
Vienna, Cheryl Herr-Rains and Mark Hutton
Walpole, Tyler Gulden
West Gardiner, Elizabeth Downs
Whitefield, Libbey Seigars
Windham, Anne Alexander
“Fired Up” is also supported in part by our season sponsors: The Bank of Maine, Capitol Dental Care, Current Media, Dead River Company, the City of Hallowell, the Jennings Family of Hallowell, Kennebec Savings Bank, Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe and the Vallee Brothers, Chris & Ray Vallee.
The Harlow Gallery is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963.