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.

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


Wish You Were Here

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

Prospectus image - cooked


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



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