Ann Craven

Young Buck (in Daisies, Looking, Again), 2021

Oil on linen

40" x 30"


Daniel Minter

A Narrowing of Possibility II, 2021

Wood, acrylic painted relief carvings, fabric, etched copper, vintage drinking fountain

49 1/2" x 33" x 4"


Stephen Pace (1918-2010)

Pulling Lobster Traps, 1989

Oil on canvas

48 1/2" x 72 1/2"

Reggie Burrows Hodges

Playing Records at the Pace House, Lavender, 2020

Acrylic and pastel on linen

50" x 60"

Marsden Hartley (1877-1943)

Off to the Banks, 1936

Oil on composition board

18" x 24"

Jamie Wyeth

Portrait of a Moon Curser - Fifteenth in a Suite of Untoward Occurrences on Monhegan Island, 2021

Acrylic, gesso, and oil on canvas

30" x 48"

Fairfield Porter (1907-1975)

Cove Bridge, 1965

Watercolor on paper

12" x 18"

Fairfield Porter (1907-1975)

Cove Bridge, 1940

Watercolor on paper

15 1/4" x 22 1/2"

Lois Dodd

Two Buildings and Snow, 1983

Oil on panel

18" x 13"

Courtesy of Caldbeck Gallery

Lois Dodd

Red and Yellow Clothes on Line, 1980

Oil on panel

18 3/4" x 15"

Courtesy of Caldbeck Gallery

Lois Dodd

Blanket and Its Shadow at Noon, 1995

Oil on panel

11 3/4" x 14"

Courtesy of Caldbeck Gallery

David Driskell (1931-2020)

Girl with Sunflowers, 2017

Mixed media

30" x 24"

Press Release


As the record comes to an end 

you sit in silence for a moment 

before standing up 

to flip it over


As remote as we sometimes feel, nothing stands alone. The historical narratives of Maine art are ever present, intertwining daily with our contemporary world. Our context for works previously known shifts with each new entry. This place provides an environment for rugged individualism alongside intense community. These works are examples from artists who have and are working deliberately, taking in what has come before them and presenting us with new vantage points of scenes we thought we already knew.


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