First up, my work will be at Landing Gallery on Elm Street in Rockland for a third season. I have ten paintings in the opening exhibit, the 2013 Seasonal Invitational, which opens on Friday May 3rd, during the town-wide art walk from 5-8 p.m. I will also be showing another group of paintings at Landing Gallery from mid-June through July, during the Maine Landscape Painters show, which officially opens Friday July 5th, again during the art walk from 5-8 p.m. And later in the summer some of my work will be included in a silent auction at Landing Gallery, from August 2nd through September 8th. Details and directions are at the Landing Gallery site.
Then in Blue Hill, I am so happy to return to the fabulous Handworks Gallery on Main Street. I will have six paintings in the season opener, which runs from May 17th - June 26th. The Handworks site is here.
I also have a group of eight paintings at the Sea Gull - the restaurant and shop at the very end of Pemaquid Point, right next to the lighthouse. I hope to spend some time painting the incredible rocks and open ocean there, too. The Sea Gull is opening for the season very soon. Information and directions are at their site.
Let's see, what else. (Busy this year, thankfully!) Okay, a cool new restaurant is opening soon in Belfast, the Juice Cellar, and some of my paintings of Penobscot Bay will be on the walls during the month of July. The invitation is on facebook.
And, finally, I attend an annual art retreat on Islesboro, and again this year our group will be having an exhibit together, at the Islesboro Historical Society and Museum. The opening is Friday August 16th from 5-7 p.m. and the exhibit runs through the 21st. I will have between ten and fifteen paintings up. Their website doesn't show the summer schedule yet, but will soon.
Okay, whew, that's all for now! Back to the easel!