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Farmhouse, Union

WHERE WE LIVE- SEPTEMBER 2008 Photography Sarah Szwajkos The St. George River snakes through the hilly town of Union, and the sweeping meadows along its banks rise up toward the hamlet’s many orchards and farmsteads. This winding grass path leads … Continue reading

Sweet September

STILE DI VITA – SEPTEMBER 2008 By Tyler Karu Photography Benedetta Spinelli Celebrating the waning days of summer with style, comfort and flair

An Organic Design

LANDSCAPE – AUGUST 2008 By Joshua Bodwell Photography Trent Bell A lake house with landscaping that is woven to the woods

Let There Be Life

STILE DI VITA – MAY 2008 By Candace Karu Photography Benedetta Spinelli An innovative entrepreneur creates the perfect Portland pied-à-terre

The Power of Restraint

PALETTES – March 2008 By Candace Karu Photography Francois Gagne A study in black and white

Something Will Be Revealed

GALLERY JAN/FEB 2008 By Josh Bodwell Photos Courtesy of the Portland Museum of Art Sculpting in Contradictions: The organic industrial art of John Bisbee John Bisbee is late. The windows of Brunswick’s brick-faced Fort Andross Mill sparkle under weak nine-a.m. … Continue reading

Shades of Blue

PALETTES – JUNE 2007 By M. L. Norton Photography Darren Setlow For interior designer M.L. Norton, there is nothing sad about blue. Instead, the color makes Norton think of sapphires, cornflowers, lapis lazuli, the sky, and the sea. “I even … Continue reading


MAINE STREETS – JUNE 2007 By Nancy English The oysters pulled out of Damariscotta River fed generations of Native Americans, who left heaps of discarded shells many feet deep beside the river. These middens, as they are called, are still … Continue reading