In the exhibition “Rocks & Eggs”, Tom Gaines’ rock-inspired series of oil paintings are paired with Gail Savitz’ series of ceramics egg forms. On View July 29 – September 3.
- JULY 29 - SEPT. 3 Rocks & Eggs: Tom Gaines and Gail Savitz
- SEPT. 9 - OCT. 22, 2016 Fine Print: Text-Inspired Art Exhibit
- APPLICATIONS DUE SEPT. 1ST Call for Artists and Farmers: CSA II
- SUNDAY, SEPT. 11, 2-4PM SECOND SUNDAYS: Incredible Paper Cuts
- SEPT. 22 - DEC. 16, 2016 KVAA & HHRC Present “America’s 14th Amendment” Exhibit
- Deadlines: April 1 & October 1 Call for Artists: propose an exhibition at the Harlow
- October 28 to December 3, 2016 Doors: Art & Poetry from LINC and WSC
- ART DELIVERY: DEC. 17, 12-6PM Call for Fine Craft & Art: One-of-a-Kind
- OCTOBER 29 Art At Home Returns 10/29, 2016
44 Maine artists are featured in Fine Print, showing how their work is inspired by or integrates typography, script or text. The exhibition is on view September 9 – October, 2016 with an opening reception on Friday, September 9, from 5-8pm.
We are seeking 10 Maine artists to participate in CSA II to be paired with 10 Maine farms. Deadline for applications is September 1, 2016 at 11PM.
All are invited to participate in August’s Second Sunday event, “Paper + Scissors = Incredible Paper Cuts” which takes place Sunday, September 11, from 2-4pm and is lead by Leslie A. Miller. Paper cuts are made by young and old almost all over the world. During this 2 hour event participants will investigate many forms of this craft and try various tools and papers.
The Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA) in partnership with The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) present “Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment”, an art exhibition which contemplates the importance of the 14th Amendment. This exhibition is on view September 22 – December 16, 2016 at Michael Klahr Center on campus at the University of Maine at Augusta.
Congratulations to Karen Simpson, whose name was drawn as the winner of our art raffle fundraiser! Karen won a custom painting by Hallowell artist Chris Cart.
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19 May, 2016
Out in the Community
The Harlow Gallery in partnership with The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine (HHRC) invite submissions to “Equal Protection of the Laws: America’s Fourteenth Amendment”, an art exhibition at the Michael Klahr Center on campus at UMA September 22 through December 16, 2016. Submission deadline is August 1, 2016 at 11pm.
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Many artist members of KVAA/Harlow Gallery are included in the lineup of participatnts in the next Gardiner Artwalk on Friday, August 5th from 5:30-8. Original art made by dozens of local artists will be available for sale in a variety of individual and group exhibitions.
Calls for Artists
Please check back regularly, dates are subject to change.
Common Street Arts in conjunction with Maine Crafts Association will present work by selected ceramic artists for the exhibition, Clay Arts: Form & Function opening September 30, 2016. Artists 18 years and older, with ties to Maine are encouraged to submit their work.
Thank you for supporting the Arts!
Many thanks to our hometown branch of Camden National Bank, located at 14 Winthrop Street in Hallowell, for sponsoring our ongoing monthly Second Sunday Community Art Series.
Summit Natural Gas is a Maine company, staffed largely by Maine people. It provides natural gas to residents and businesses of all sizes in the Kennebec Valley and in the towns of Cumberland, Yarmouth and Falmouth.
Forgotten Stoneworks, located at 767 Western Avenue in Manchester, is a provider and fabricator of natural stone products.
Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A. is a full service law firm in Winthrop, Maine, serving Maine people and businesses, with a focus on elder law, estate planning, probate and special needs trusts.
Eaton Peabody is a Maine-based law firm with more than 40 attorneys serving New England and Atlantic Canada from offices in Augusta, Bangor, Brunswick, Ellsworth and Portland.
“Scrum·my” = British slang for scrumptious. “Aft·ers” = Dessert; sweets. Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe in downtown Hallowell is a sweet escape from reality where candy is second to experience.
Founded in 1824, Kents Hill School, is one of the country’s oldest co-ed secondary educational institutions with a continued commitment to the arts. (photograph by Katie Sprague, class of 2017)
The board, staff and membership of the Harlow Gallery truly appreciate Kennebec Savings Bank’s long-standing commitment to supporting the arts and cultural resources of central Maine.
A thousand thank yous to Rosemary & Ish for helping the Harlow Gallery connect & celebrate art, artists and community, and for supporting Higher Forms of Art in 2016. January 2016
Dr. Randall P. Cutri, Dr. Frederick J. Elsaesser, and the rest of the Capitol Dental Care team strive to keep you smiling.
Dead River Company has offices in towns and cities across New England, including right here in Hallowell. We believe it’s both a privilege and responsibility to be an active member of the communities we serve. It’s why we support hundreds of causes and continue to help local organizations like the Harlow Gallery enhance the quality of life for our neighbors.
Because it takes a community, “Transforming Violence II” has been made possible by co-sponsors Laflin & Wolfington Realty and Pinnacle Tree.
JULY 29 - SEPT. 3
SEPT. 9 - OCT. 22, 2016
APPLICATIONS DUE SEPT. 1ST
SUNDAY, SEPT. 11, 2-4PM
SEPT. 22 - DEC. 16, 2016
Deadlines: April 1 & October 1
October 28 to December 3, 2016
ART DELIVERY: DEC. 17, 12-6PM