Join us on Wednesday, June 15 at 7pm for an ArtTalk with Abby Shahn!
Abby Shahn has lived both in the heart of New York City and now in rural Maine. Her abstract expressionistic work bears witness to political events, while allowing the viewer to interpret freely. She will discuss the life of an artist living, gardening, surviving winter and creating art in this place & in these times. Learn more about Shahn and her work by visiting her website: www.abbyshahn.com. Monthly ArtTalks at the Harlow have been made possible by generous support from The Bank of Maine. $3 suggested donation
Abby Shahn is one of fourteen artists who will be participating in The Drawing Story, our June 2011 exhbition. What is the drawing story? Fourteen artists including painters, illustrators, a sculptor and a tattoo artist will respond to that simple question. Curated by Monmouth artist Amy Ray, The Drawing Story will be on view at the Harlow Gallery at 160 Water Street in downtown Hallowell June 3-25, 2011. The public is invited to meet the artists at the opening reception on Friday, June 3rd from 5-8pm. Participating artists in The Drawing Story include: Patrick Plourde of New Gloucester, John Curtis Jennison of Bath and Brooklyn, NY, Abby Shahn of Solon, Camille Cole of Freeport, Amy Ray of Monmouth, James Frederic Rose of New York City, Jen Bradford of Portland and Beacon, NY, Joe Klofas of Hallowell and also Chris Dingwell, Larry Hayden, Kimberly Convery, Stephen Burt, Deborah Randall and George Lloyd, all of Portland.