Showcase

Boee Chocami/Black Path,
2014, embroidery on fabric permeated with blood from the body of a woman assassinated in
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico,
36” x 33”
Created with the participation of Rarámuri (Tarahumara) women in
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: Maria Elena Guadalajar, Rosalinda Guadalajara, Maria Isidora Pérez, and Herminia Sandoval.

Making A Statement

In Colby College Museum of Art’s Teresa Margolles: We have a Common Thread exhibition, tragedies are turned into powerful artwork

Neil Rough Parking Exit, Myrtle Beach, 2013, chromogenic color print, 32" x 40"; collection of the New Brunswick Art Bank

Northern Exposure

The University of Maine Museum of Art’s Contemporary Currents exhibition spotlights the varied creative endeavors of our Canadian neighbors

Richard Remsen & Anastasia S. Weigle 
Anything Is Possible, digital photograph, mixed-media, 24” x 24”

Creative Collaboration

Maine Media Workshops and College’s Exquisite Corpse art sale celebrates artistic talent and teamwork.

SOPHIE CANGELOSI
We Are Me, 2016, risograph print, 18” x 12”

The 2016 MECA Thesis Exhibitions

This month, nearly 100 students will graduate from Maine College of Art (MECA) as emerging artists in their respective fields.  

YORGO LIAPIS: Credenza, 2016, ash, walnut, European walnut burl, and ebony with an oil finish, 23” x 45” x 15”

Honoring Students

An exhibition at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship’s Messler Gallery highlights the innovative work of emerging artisans

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Wish You Were Here

Penobscot Marine Museum spotlights postcards and other imagery that have been used to communicate “Maine”

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Pairings

Longtime friends and collaborators Peter Ralston and Philip Conkling combine talents in a limited-edition portfolio of photographs and poems

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Pairings

A preview of a two-part exhibition by Center for Maine Contemporary Art and University of Maine Museum of Art highlighting Bruce Brown’s photography collection

Twin Cups, porcelain, from 2015, measuring 4.75 x 4 x 3 inches each, by Marian Baker

Collect Art Sale

MECA’s annual art sale supports working artists and gives collectors an opportunity to purchase work by emerging and established artists