Paste & Pages: showcasing collage and book arts

Paste & Pages: showcasing collage and book arts

In June Paste & Pages is showcasing the work of 40 Maine artists working in collage and book arts. Paste & Pages will be on view at the Harlow Gallery in downtown historic Hallowell June 7 through 29, 2013 with an opening reception on Friday, June 7 from 5-8 pm. The exhibition and the reception are both free and open to the public.  

The exhibition will include a “Creation Station” – art supplies related to collage and the book arts will be available throughout the duration of the show for visitors to try their hand at one of the featured disciplines.

 Paste & Pages resulted from an open call for Maine book and collage artists. The Harlow Gallery is located at 160 Water Street in Hallowell; For more information visit the gallery online at harlowgallery.org

 Listed by town, the artists participating in Paste & Pages are:

 Appleton – Abbie Read.

 Bangor – Amber Walker.

 Brunswick – Edward McCartan.

 Cape Elizabeth – Libby Barrett.

 Damariscotta – Debra L. Arter.

 Dresden – Allison McKeen.

 Eliot – Gordon Carlisle.

 Farmingdale – Scott King, Alice Rohman.

 Farmington – Janalee Welch.

 Fairfield – George (Chip) Carty.

 Hallowell – Kimberly Bentley, Betsy Cook, Jennifer McKendry, Marguerite Odgen, Lisa Vigue, Sally Wagley.

 Kingfield – Penelope Hall.

 Lincolnville – Petrea Noyes.

 Litchfield – Peggy Cope Mascher.

 Manchester – Brian Braley, Helene Farrar.

 Monmouth – Amy Ray.

 Mt. Vernon – Adria Keneagy.

 Newcastle – Carol Wiley,

 Orono – Kris Sader.

 Portland – Leah Cross, Nancy Elena Karp, Jill Osgood, Erin Smith.

 South Bristol – Kay Miller.

 South Gardiner – Nancy Keenan Barron.

 Thomaston – Cynthia McGuirl.

 Topsham – Tom Gilbert.

 Waterville – Lisa F. Wheeler.

 West Rockport – Barbra Whitten.

 Winthrop: Cynthia J. Ahlstrin, Colleen Freise, Stephanie Harkness.

 Woolwich – Sarah S. Harvey.

 

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