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We look forward to enjoying art together in the not too distant future.  Plans are underway! Please keep checking the website for updates.   

Lilacs and Window

In the meantime, the Art Community is coming to life!  Amy Brnger, one of our featured speakers from a couple years ago, is holding online workshops and exhibitions.  Click here to learn more and see her amazing paintings.  


Another opportunity for online workshops is with Dustan Knight.  She is teaching several weekly classes from her studio.  She also teaches a super simple Saturday morning zoom drawing class and a Tuesday morning watercolor class.  She also offers a more advanced art project and concept class.  Please feel free to contact Dustan directly at dustanknight@gmail.com

The Old York George Marshall Store Gallery is opening Saturday, June 20.  The exhibitions are structured differently, but the goal remains the same:  to present high quality visual art in a beautiful historic setting.  For now a reservation system will be used to schedule visits.  The sign up form is on the website, or call 207-752-0205.

Exeter Fine Crafts opened on June 4 with safety measures in place to serve the their wonderful community of artists and art appreciators once again.  Store hours for the next few weeks will be Wednesday through Saturday from 11am to 5pm and by appointment.  Email info@exeterfinecrafts.com for more information.

When you have a few minutes, take a virtual tour through Harvard Museums of Science & Culture.  The exhibits are amazing, and there is really something for everyone.

You might also want to take a few minutes to explore art through The Getty Center.   

The Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, Maine is another place to visit with our virtual resources.  It is also opening on June 25th!  Click here for their website and access to art, activities, and their new schedule.

Art cannot be contained. Neither can love.

Created by artist Robert Indiana more than thirty years after his first LOVE image, this sculpture is one of several done in different sizes and color combinations, including a Spanish LOVE (AMOR) and one in Hebrew (AHAVA).

Featured in Maine and American Art: Farnsworth Art Museum with thanks to the Henry Luce Foundation and Wyeth Foundation for American Art.


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