Alec Richardson

Richardson’s attraction to multi-layered surfaces is evident in his work. The underpaintings may include accidental marks or even the ghost of an earlier idea or composition, which, through the creative process, may be brought forward to play a role in the final image. Fascinated by the beauty and truth within personal marks and gestures made…

Glenn Renell

Born in 1947 in Portland, Maine, Glenn Renell studied art at Rhode Island School of Design and Fort Wright College. He received his MFA in Painting from the University of Massachusetts in 1978. For 20 years, Glenn was a Professor of painting, drawing, and design at Maine College of Art.  He resigned in 2001 in order to paint…

Alison Rector

Painter and printmaker Alison Rector specializes in recreating interiors. She paints public establishments such as bowling alleys, laundromats, and post offices or the private spaces within a home, showing us passages into other rooms and glimpses of the outdoors. Occasionally her work focuses on a building within a landscape, a study of a place and…

Sandra Quinn

Sandra Quinn is a graduate of The Maine College of Art and a member of Peregrine Press in Portland, Maine.  Sandra paints the emotional world of feelings she carries inside. Her work is a reflection of sacred concepts made visual that express a sense of movement and grace in an atmosphere of space and light.…

Roger Prince

Roger Prince, a retired art professor, grew up in Turner, Maine, surrounded by orchards and dairy farms. A graduate of Colby College (BA) and Columbia University (MA) Prince spent a Fulbright year making sculpture in Italy. He has exhibited throughout Maine, New England and also in New York including the Whitney Museum of American art…

Stephen Porter

Stephen Porter creates elegant sculptures for gardens, interiors, installations, and corporate settings in stainless steel, bronze, granite, and laminated hardwoods. His works of art explore the pure language of geometrics and are characterized by carefully balanced design and meticulous craftsmanship. His stainless steel sculptures beautifully reflect their surroundings, while his colored pieces celebrate the space…

Roy Patterson

“I build, interpret, and reinvent the human figure with abstract language to create a primal presence in my sculpture. “The creation of Art is the antithesis of the destructive forces that cause so much suffering In the world. Artists, art collectors, and arts organizations share the responsibility to support and nourish creative energy. The channeling…

Tom Paiement

Tom Paiement received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine.  After working in the aerospace industry for years, he decided to explore the creative process offering him an aesthetic outlet missing from his mathematical and scientific work. After earning his M.F.A. in Printmaking at the University of Iowa in 1985 under the tutelage of…

Colin Page

Colin Page was raised in Baltimore, MD and attended the Rhode Island School of Design. He graduated from Cooper Union, New York with a concentration on painting. Upon graduation he lived in New York City for three years where he was an active member in a large and thriving art community. In search of a more diverse…

Nancy Morgan Barnes

Nancy Morgan Barnes is a narrative realist. Often the concept of the narrative has led us to make-believe worlds of the ideal and a daydreaming of better times. Through the composing in all of her works, one finds explicitly rendered chaos and order….things are not as they appear. Born in South Bend, Indiana, Barnes received…