Tim Christensen

Christensen been making black and white pieces since 2003. He uses the technique of sgraffito, incorporating his sculptural background and renewed interest in altering the thrown form. The work is narrative, specifically illustrated, sometimes spiritual, often funny, and understandable… They are about the times in which we live, and the challenges of living in a time…

Focus Printmaking 2

Focus Printmaking 2 February 1 – 24, 2018 Opening reception Saturday, February 3 from 1-3pm An invitational exhibition featuring printmakers from all around the state. Artists include:   Karen Adrienne, Judith Allen, Susan Amons, Christine Beneman,  Holly Berry, Stephen Burt, Crystal Cawley, Kate Chappell, Edwige Charlot, David Driskell, Susan Groce, Adriane Herman, Christine Higgins, Alison Hildreth,…

Marty Kremer

Martin Kremer’s early glass career evolved from Japanese-style art glass lamps, elegant jewelry boxes and decorative hanging panels. More recently he has concentrated on creating fused glass vessels of stunning form, color, and texture. He has begun creating sculptures of various sizes inspired by sources such as Japanese architecture, sculptor Richard Serra, and glass maestro…

Tina Ingraham

  Tina Ingraham was born in Kenton, Ohio in 1947. She received her MFA from Brooklyn College of CUNY in 1996 and Bachelor of Science in Design at the University of Cincinnati, College of DAAP in 1970. Influenced by three years of living in Perugia Italy, Ingraham’s study of Renaissance painting and fresco is evident…

Henry Isaacs

Maine Sunday Telegram art critic Dan Kany writes, ” Isaacs’ painting is easy to like: it is jaunty, loose and bold.  He has an easily discernible, color-driven style that is immediately appealing and rooted in unexpectedly diverse systems sensibilities.” Henry Isaacs received his BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and his…