Vaughan Vignettes: celebrating the Vaughan family legacy in Hallowell

In July the Harlow Gallery proudly presents Vaughan Vignettes in partnership with the Vaughan Homestead Foundation. Kennebec Valley Art Association member artists have created artwork celebrating the legacy of the Vaughan family in Hallowell. The Vaughan Homestead has been home to seven generations of the Vaughan family since 1794. 

Vaughan Vignettes is on view on view July 5-27, 2013. The public is invited to meet the artists at opening reception on Friday, July 5th from 5-8pm, The reception is free and open to the public and refreshments will be available. 

KVAA Members interested in submitting work, click this link for more info!

Vaughan Vignettes is sponsored by Mattson Development

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and by 

The Bookies (Hallowell Women’s Bookgroup) in memory of the late Judy Kane

with contributions (in dollars or in spirit) from:  Abby Thrower, Anne Young, Barb Damren, Barb DeSerres, Betsey Remage-Healey, Cathie Murray, Cynthia Beliveau, Deb Sewall, Ginny Pidot, Joan Sturmthal, Judy Feinstein, Judy Harvey, Karen Simpson, Madeleine Martin, Margo Ogden, Sarah Shed and  Stephanie Martyak.

Judy Kane

The mission of the Vaughan Homestead Foundation is to preserve and interpret the Vaughan Homestead and its environmental and cultural setting for their historic and educational values, and to make the Vaughan Homestead and its setting relevant, useful and accessible to the people of Hallowell and surrounding areas. For more information, visit them online at

The Harlow Gallery, celebrating its 50 year anniversary in 2013, is owned, directed and supported by the Kennebec Valley Art Association (KVAA), a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The Harlow Gallery’s 2013 exhibition season has been made possible by season sponsors the Bank of Maine, Dead River Company, Kennebec Savings Bank and Milestone Communications, and by generous support from the City of Hallowell.

photos of the opening by Allison McKeen

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