Program Sponsors

Along with our major sponsors and donors, many other area businesses & individuals contribute to the non-profit Harlow Gallery to make our exhibitions and events possible. All of them understand that the arts contribute to a better quality of life in our community while enhancing the local economy. Please patronize our business sponsors, and thank everyone who gives for supporting the arts, and contact Deb Fahy at the Harlow if we can count you in!


The following businesses and individuals  have helped to make one of our exhibitions, programs or events possible this year through their tax-deductible gift of $250-$499, or by contributing in-kind goods or services of similar or greater value in the past year.


Chipotle, Augusta – “Cause an Effect” fundraising event on February 16, 2017

Dunklee & Nott, Hallowell – $250 sponsor of Fine Print September – October 2016

Family Dental PracticeAugusta – $250 sponsor of The Venn Project, February 2017

Edward Jones – Financial Advisor: Julie Barter Lucas, Augusta – $150 co-sponsor of Art at Home, October 29, 2016

Gardiner Family Chiropractic, Gardiner –  $250 sponsor of The Venn Project, February 2017

Michael Hudak, Hallowell – exhibition curator & preparator

Karen Johnson, CPA, LLC, Augusta – $250 sponsor of The Venn Project, February 2017

Stephen & Jeanne LangsdorfHallowell  Hosts of Best in Maine party March 2016, and art donors for live art auction.

Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A., Maine Attorneys, Winthrop – co-sponsors of Art2016 & Fired Up, September – October 2016

Bob McIntire & Gail Wipplehauser, Hallowell – $250 gift, December 2017

McKee Law, Augusta – $250 sponsor 2nd prize Art2017

Minuteman Signs, Augusta – $250 sponsor of The Venn Project, February 2017

Monkitree, Gardiner  – $250 sponsor of The Venn Project, February 2017

Rosemary Presnar, Hallowell – $250 sponsor of Slates Benefit Concert on February 20, 2017

Diana Scully, Harlow Gallery Board Member – $250 sponsor of Art2016

Mike Seitzinger & Maria Cusick, Augusta — $250 sponsors of Fine Print, September – October 2016

Alan Stearns, Hallowell — $250 gift, April 2016

D.R. Struck Landscape Nursery, Winthrop – $250 sponsor of Art at Home in East Winthrop, September 2017


The following businesses and individuals  have helped to make exhibitions, programs or events possible this year through their tax-deductible sponsorship of up to $249, or by contributing in-kind goods or services of similar value in the past year.

Animal Wellness Center, Augusta  – People’s Choice Prize Sponsor Art2017

Boynton’s Market, Hallowell – supporting our summer members’ show, and ongoing complimentary coffee at openings

Hall-Dale Elementary School, Hallowell – $50 donation in support of Young at Art 2017

Maine Film Center, Waterville – Sponsor of Juror’s Choice Prize for Art2017


Our deepest gratitude to all of the artists and collectors who donate artwork and artifacts to our Annual Silent Art Auction in April!


Call Deb Fahy at 622-3813 for information about sponsorship opportunities at the Harlow today!