ingrained ArtTalk

Please join us on  Thursday, February 7th at 6pm for an ArtTalk with the printmakers currently showing work at the Harlow. The artists will present an informal gallery talk with demonstrations and a discussion on their art-making processes; from developing concepts, to specific methods used in creating the images currently on view at the Harlow Gallery. Each artist has a unique individual approach to creating their artwork.

On view through February 9, 2013, ingrained presents the work of five Maine printmakers: Martha Briana of Northport, Anthony Kulik of Belfast, Donna Parkinson of Freeport, Willy Reddick of Belfast and Sarah Vosmus of Bowdoinham.

Willy Reddick - Kitchen at the CampVosmus b&w e

 

Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to experience the broad scope of the art of printmaking.  Your $3 suggested donation supports arts programming at the Harlow Gallery.

ArtTalks at the Harlow Gallery are sponsored by The Bank of Maine, a local Maine business and long-time supporter of the Harlow Gallery. Bank locally!

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