IN MEMORIAM-November/December 2010 by James Marshall Stephen Pace lived in singular pursuit of the idea that making art was the most remarkable adventure that life could offer. Everything about him exuded his commitment to and passion for art. He was … Continue reading
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 What is your business all about? How did you get started? Katahdin Cedar Log Homes was founded in 1973 with a single vision in mind: produce the highest quality log homes in the most efficient … Continue reading
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 What is your business all about? How did you get started? Our business helps Maine businesses and families cut their fuel bills and reduce their impact on the environment.
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 What is your business all about? How did you get started? Camden National Bank is an independent community bank, headquartered in Camden. What this means to our customers and communities is that all of our decision-making … Continue reading
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 What is your business all about? Landmarcs is an award winning, Maine-based landscaping company seeking to break the common trends of the northeastern garden. We incorporate the informal and formal elements of soft and hardscape to transform … Continue reading
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 Photography by Trent Bell What is your business all about? How did you get started? Custom millwork and flooring. Working with wood. Paul and I are the second generation.
MIDCOAST SHOW SPONSOR-2010 Photography by Irvin Serrano Why Maine? What about Maine inspires your business? A confluence of events brought me to Maine and to learning of the Winery being for sale. A visit to the property in Lincolnville … Continue reading
Grab ‘em while you can – April 2010 by Susan Grisanti Kelley It’s not the first time I’m recalling an evening spent at the Artist Studio Building in Portland last year. So lasting was the impression that evening made, I … Continue reading
TRIBUTE-March 2010 by Paul Theroux, Photo by Jaime Ardiles-Arce Mysteries: Primal Blue, 2002, acrylic on canvas, 60” x 60”. Gift of Kenneth Noland to the Farnsworth Art Museum. Art © Estate of Kenneth Noland/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.
LANDSCAPE-August 2009 by Rebecca FalzanoPhotography William Brehm Two doors down from Stephen King’s house, in the heart of Bangor, sits a lovingly restored circa-1863 lumber baron’s home. While the architecture of the Victorian-era manse exuded great character, the backyard—a virtual … Continue reading