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Farm to Family Retreat

FEATURE - April 2015

by Sarah Stebbins | Photography Irvin Serrano 

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Farm to Family Retreat (2)

FEATURE - April 2015

by Sarah Stebbins | Photography Irvin Serrano 

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Art as an Anchor

 

In the dining room, a colorful abstract by Erik Knight called A Painter’s Space is one of two paintings that set the tone for the interior design by Linda Banks of Simply Home and Banks Design Associates. Banks added a custom-designed wainscoting to break the height of the walls and add architectural interest. A handmade Italian table, chandelier, and wall sconces add some elegance, while the green chairs and blue console bring in some playful pops of color. 

FEATURE - April 2015

by Rebecca Falzano | Photography François Gagné

A gentle face-lift to a John Calvin Stevens house in the West End takes its cue from the canvas

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Music in the Making

FEATURE - April 2015 

by Debra Spark | Photography by Jeff Roberts

A rock-and-roll veteran extends his family's artistic legacy

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Breaking Boundaries

Feature - April 2015

By Jaime Thompson

Six Maine photographers find new ways of making images 

 Brenton Hamilton, Orion Center, 2014, vellum calotype, 10” x 8” 

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Pristine Popham

PORTRAIT OF PLACE - March 2015

By Sophie Nelson | Photography by Nicole Wolf

A storied village at the end of Phippsburg peninsula

Framed by driftwood, a picture of Popham Village. Out of the frame, to the left, is the site of the first English colony in North America, established in 1607. To the right is a glimpse of Fort Popham, a battery at the mouth of the Kennebec River. 

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