I’m pleased to present this interview with painter Grant Drumheller where he talks about his background, work, process and thoughts on painting. There will be a solo exhibition at the Prince Street Gallery in NYC December 1 – 29, 2016. The Prince Street Gallery exhibition catalog has an essay by the poet Charles Simic who…
Op-Ed by CHERYL D. EDWARDS I do not advocate segregation or discrimination but I am a strong believer in the documentation and sustainability of African American art and culture. The definition of culture I employ within in this op-ed was stated by anthropologist E. B. Tylor, where he defines culture as “that complex whole which…
One day a few summers ago Joel Babb was painting in his canoe on the Nezinscot River near his home in East Sumner, in Maine’s Oxford County. He was beginning to understand why so many Impressionist and Barbizon School painters of the nineteenth century had houseboat studios: they offered a means of entering the landscape…
A Holiday Show of Greenhut Galleries Artists and other invited artists…celebrating 40 years!
November 30 – December 31
Special reception and holiday party, Saturday, December 2 from 1-3pm
Solo exhibition of new work by Thomas Connolly
November 2 – 25
Opening reception, Thursday, November 2, 5-7pm
Frederick Lynch in the side gallery
Exhibition of new work by J Thomas R Higgins and selections from the estate of Neil Welliver
October 5 – 28
George Lloyd featured in the side gallery
Opening reception Thursday, October 5, 5-7pm
Rocks, Trees, Sand and Sea: Popham to Blue Hill
Solo exhibition by Tina Ingraham, September 7 – 30, 2017
Opening reception, Thursday, September 7th from 5-7pm
Roy Germon featured in the side gallery
Solo show by Colin Page, August 3 – September 2, 2017.
Opening reception Thursday, August 3 from 5-7pm
Jon Imber featured in the side gallery.
In Pennsylvania painter Jeff Bye’s new exhibition, Urban Exploration, the painter examines buildings—interiors and exteriors—that time has forgotten, buildings that have ceded control from their human caretakers to nature’s unrelenting, but painfully slow, grasp. His works of dusty interiors with cracked wood flooring and empty buildings with ominously empty windows evoke a sense of the post-apocalypse, but also of simple urban decay in…
Peggy Golden, owner of one of the city’s oldest commercial art galleries, sells its name, client list and framing equipment to John Danos and Kelley Lehr of Los Angeles. Greenhut Galleries, one of Portland’s oldest commercial art galleries and a longtime promoter of Maine art, has been sold to a California couple for an undisclosed…