Art Review: Man-Made: A State of Nature

By Dan Kany Maine Sunday Telegram February 24, 2019Greenhut Exhibit Shows Bleak Future for the Planet, but Bright One for Gallery Portland has seen a recent blossoming of art venues, but the gallery scene has shifted to Rockland, which has more than 20 commercial galleries. Portland’s growing strength includes multiple museums, academic galleries, nonprofit kunsthalles…

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Introducing Cove Street Arts

Greenhut Galleries owners John Danos and Kelley Lehr announce a new community arts space in East Bayside, opening this spring. 71 Cove Street Portland’s East Bayside neighborhood might never be called an arts district. But with the prospect of a second new community center opening this spring with an arts-centric mission, it might become an…

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Coming to Terms with Tragedy Through Art

For the past 10 years, painter, author, and illustrator Daniel Minter has raised awareness of the forced removal in 1911 of an interracial community on Maine’s Malaga Island. GORHAM, Maine — Near the entrance to OTHERED: Displaced from Malaga at the University of Southern Maine Gallery, in Gorham, is a drone photograph of Malaga Island…

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IT’S PAIEMENT’S DAY AT GREENHUT GALLERIES

Written by: Bob Keyes Photo courtesy of Tom Paiement Tom Paiement’s studio on the third floor of an old building in downtown Bath includes a former Masonic meeting hall. He paints in one room and hangs his finished paintings in the hall, which offers wall space as plentiful as any gallery in Maine. He’s enjoyed the…

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