“Great Falls Plaza Lewiston/Auburn” B&W (film) hand printed photograph by Cindy Rehagen Langewisch
Exhibition dates: April 10 – May 22, 2015
In celebration of Johnson Hall’s 150th Anniversary, two central Maine arts nonprofits Harlow Gallery and Johnson Hall proudly present Harlow for the Hall, an art exhibition showcasing fifty-two Maine artists, April 10 through May 22, 2015 at Johnson Hall at 280 Water Street in Gardiner.
The public is invited to meet the artists at an opening reception on Friday, April 10 from 5-8pm, with complimentary refreshments and a cash bar. Proceeds from art sales will benefit two cornerstones of arts and culture in central Maine with over 200 years of history between them: Johnson Hall and the Harlow Gallery. There will be a second public reception during Gardiner’s spring Art Walk on Friday, May 1st.
Harlow for the Hall is on view during box office hours, Tuesday – Friday, 12:00 pm-3:00 pm, during events, and by appointment, call 207-582-7144.
Participating artists by town are:
Auburn: Denae Spencer
Augusta: Douglas Houle & Keith Ludden
Bangor: Kim Saucier
Bath: Greg Day & Bruce Goodwin
Biddeford: Rachael Eastman
Brunswick: Richard Carney
Cape Elizabeth: Valerie Deveraux
Cumberland: Diane Dahlke
Deer Isle: Alice Wilkinson
Fairfield: Pat Binette
Frankfort: Nancy Davies Tang
Gardiner: Ken Carlson, Aleana Chaplin, Matt Demers, Janet Favor, Judith Herman & Allison McKeen
Gorham: Jan Winsor
Hallowell: Karen Jordan Allen, Evelyn Tia Ru Allen, Marguerite Ogden
Hampden: Kay Carter
Indian Island: Michael E. Vermette
Levant: John LeBlanc
Limington: Austin Stilphen
Lincolnville: Petrea Noyes
Lisbon Falls: Robert Kahler
Litchfield: Elizabeth Budd, Peggy Cope Mascher, Jeff Spencer & Mary Spencer
Livermore Falls: Jim Ferrari & Cindy Rehagen Landweisch
Mount Vernon: Nancy Holland
Newcastle: Helen Warner
Oquossoc: Carol Batchelder
Parsonsfield: Daniel Paulding
Pittston: Shana Rowe & Judith Schuppien
Portland: Christopher Reed, Karen Sarfaty & Barbara Wolkinger
Richmond: Lloyd Ferris & Jane Frost
Searsport: Deborah Jellison
Sidney: Anita Morrissey
South Portland: Arwen Edsall
Topsham: Jeff Plucker
Vassalboro: Anne E. Rhinehardt
Winthrop: Penny Markley
Sponsored by Capitol Dental Care
Harlow for the Hall and everything we do at the Harlow Gallery all year long is made possible by our Season Sponsors: The Bank of Maine, Capitol Dental Care, Dead River Company, the City of Hallowell, Kennebec Savings Bank and the Vallee Brothers: Chris and Ray Vallee.
The Harlow Gallery connects and celebrates art, artists and community.
The Harlow Gallery is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded in 1963. We support the artistic development of our member artists, both amateur and professional, by providing opportunities for exhibition and other professional development. These include workshops, lectures, demonstrations and other special events. Our policy is to make our space available to a broad range of artists’ groups for meetings and events that are important to artistic growth and for the exchange of ideas.