Paintings of mine will be in several shows around Maine/Dawnland this year. Roughly in order, here we go:
Right now I have two paintings in the biennial Maine: The Painted State, at Greenhut Galleries in Portland. The show will be up through May 27th.
And I have nine paintings in the group show Holdfast at Zero Station in Portland. The show opens on Thursday April 27th and runs through June 8th.
In June I will be having a solo show entitled Coasting, of thirty new coastal landscapes, at Landing Gallery in Rockland. Four paintings are already spoken for (thank you!). The show will open during the first Friday art walk on June 2nd, and run through June 28th. I'll be bringing the paintings to the gallery in mid-May, however, and if anyone would like to see images from the show in advance, please email me and I'll send you the images.
In June I'll be bringing eight paintings to George Marshall Store Gallery in York, for a group exhibit called No Small Thing, which will be up from June 17th to July 30th.
In July a series of ten small paintings will be on display at The Parsonage in Searsport, and I will have a few paintings in their winter holiday exhibit as well, in December. Dates to follow.
Some of my paintings will also be with Littlefield Gallery in Winter Harbor for the summer, and then I will be a featured artist from September 11th through October 9th, with around twenty fall and winter paintings, alongside two other gallery artists, painter Scott Baltz and sculptor Don Best.
There are a few other places I may be showing paintings this year, but I'm waiting to hear more information, so I will send along an update if and when those possibilities come to fruition. In other news, two of my paintings will be shown in the forthcoming book Art of Penobscot Bay by Carl Little and David Little, with Islandport Press. The book is due to be published in September. And, a second edition of Art of Acadia by David and Carl is coming in August, a softcover this time, from Down East Books.
All for now. Thanks so much for reading. Peace and best wishes, and I'll sign off with a painting from my solo show at Landing Gallery in June:
Summer day, low tide, Sandy Point Beach, Maine - oil/panel, 20 x 30", 2022. Maine = Wabanakigok.