Current Events

Hector Arrache Retrospective & Sale

Hector Arrache Retrospective & Sale

A retrospective exhibition and sale of works by Maine physician, poet and artist, Hector Arrache. The retrospective is on view April 19-28, 2017 with an opening reception on Friday, April 21 from 5-7pm. Arrache passed away unexpectedly in April of 2016. His family has generously donated a large body of his work to the Harlow for the purpose of benefiting the non-profit gallery that Hector frequented for over 25 years. Works will be on display with a suggested retail price or best offer.

Art2017: 22nd Annual Juried Show

Art2017: 22nd Annual Juried Show

Art2017, juried by Corey Daniels, is on view May 12-June 24, 2017 at the Harlow Gallery. The opening reception is Friday, May 12 from 5-7pm, with prizes announced at 6 pm. The public is invited to attend to meet the artists and to experience a diverse mix of high quality artwork from all corners of Maine. Accepted artists TBA.

Harlow News

CSA II Update | March 2017

CSA II Update | March 2017

30 March, 2017

Although in its early stages, the Community Supporting Arts (CSA II) project is now well underway. Plants are sprouting and ideas are forming. Artists are starting to visit their farms and develop their own bodies of work. Stay tuned for future updates.

Calls for Artists

Call for Art: Summer Members’ Show

Call for Art: Summer Members’ Show

09 March, 2017

Current artist members of the Harlow Gallery / Kennebec Valley Art Association only! Artist members are invited to submit one piece of art for the annual Members’ Show and Sale. All media welcome. One work of art per member. Deliver artwork on Saturday, June 24, 12-6pm.

Ongoing Programs

The Bookey Readings
Ongoing
March 23, 2016

The Bookey Readings

The Harlow Gallery is the perfect setting to experience the spoken word at its very best!

Figure Drawing
Ongoing
October 1, 2015

Figure Drawing

Figure Drawing Group meets at the Harlow Gallery most Sundays 7-9 pm, $8 fee per artist.

Thank you for supporting the arts!