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On the first Friday evening of every month, the city’s artists, galleries, and arts venues open up their doors for Portland’s thriving First Friday Art Walk.

Upcoming First Friday Art Walk

Friday, October 3, 2014

Art House Picture Frames
61 Pleasant Street
Seven paintings and one drawing reflecting on memories of the artists youth and observing his present environment.
Artist(s):
Josh Ferry
Medium:
Oil on canvas, drawing
As 1 Gallery
24 Exchange Street, Ste 211
The incredible depth of emotion and movement young local artist, Amanda Brill, captures in her intriguing paintings is not to be missed! Brill often incorporates "the colors of the galaxy" into her work, lending an air of the surreal to masterfully depicted images of living creatures. The exhibit will run throughout October.
Artist(s):
Amanda Brill
Medium:
Acrylic, watercolor, and oil
Dockfore
336 Fore St
Artist(s):
April Singley
Medium:
mixed media
Richard Boyd Art Gallery
15 Epps Street
Richard Boyd Art Gallery opens "Scenes from Maine" the sixth annual exhibit of works depicting imagery from Maine, on October 1, at 10:00 a.m. The exhibition showcases the diversity of subject matter in Maine which has long been a source of inspiration for artists. On exhibit are a selection of paintings in a variety of media and styles depicting images from the interior, to the islands, coves, and coastal waterways of Maine. Each work is the artist's interpretation of a scene from Maine. The exhibit features paintings by artists Rob Anderson - oil on canvas; Amy Bickford - acrylic based gouache on gesso board; Jane Herbert - acrylic on canvas; Felicity Sidwell - oil on canvas; Wilson Stewart - acrylic on canvas; Gwen Sylvester - acrylic on canvas; and Sarah Wilde - acrylic on canvas. The exhibit is open free of charge to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily through October 31, 2014. For additional information please call the gallery at 207-712-1097 or visit www.richardboydartgallery.com .
Artist(s):
Rob Anderson; Amy Bickford; Jane Herbert; Felicity Sidwell; Wilson Stewart; Gwen Sylvester; Sarah Wilde
Medium:
Variety of media and styles.
One Longfellow Square
181 State St.
Everyone knows that wine pairs well with cheese, but how often do you hear that "The merlot went exquisitely with that Pas De Deux?" One Longfellow Square and the dancers of Collective Motion Dance Company would like you to hear that phrase more often, or at least have a chance to hear it once. We invite you to join us for an evening of art exploration that invokes all the senses. Winner of Portland Phoenix's Best Dance Performer Award (2013) and amateur wine connoisseur, Liz Pettengill will be pouring free tastings from OLS selection of fine wines, while exploring and educating how the tastes that dance on the pallet mirror and compliment the movements of the dancers in the venue. These wine and performance pairings will happen twice throughout the evening, with the first tasting beginning at 5:15pm and second starting at 7:00pm. This is a truly unique way to experience dance and drink, and a fantastic way to kick off or complete your Art Walk evening.
Artist(s):
Collective Motion Dance Company
Medium:
Dance
Coffee By Design
620 Congress Street
Hana Firestone is a freelance illustrator and designer originally from the Chicago area. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine. She is greatly inspired by nostalgic memories of childhood books and enjoys collecting greenery from the beautiful Maine outdoors. Her work also explores pattern making and often consists of pastel colors with quirky line work. When Hana is not drawing she is browsing art galleries around the city, enjoying a cup of Portland's local coffee, or spending time with her pup Moxie. To see more of Hana’s work, visit https://www.etsy.com/people/hfirestone10
Artist(s):
Hana Firestone
Medium:
Ink, watercolor, cut paper & collage with minimal gel pen
Aristelle Bra Fitting & Fine Lingerie
92 Exchange Street
Aristelle is pleased to be hosting an evening for Jonathan Couture Photography as well as a fundraising party for the 'Free the Girls' charity. Bring a gently used bra and you will be entered to win a pair of $550 silk pajamas by Fleur of England. The bras will be donated to the charity ‘Free the Girls’ to help formerly trafficked women start new lives. The event will feature stunning boudoir photography from professional photographer Jonathan Couture. Please drop by from 5 to 8 pm, October 3rd for an opening with the photographer as well as wine and hors d'oeuvres.
Artist(s):
Jonathan Couture
Medium:
Photography
O'Maine Studios
54 Danforth Street
This month Art of the Engine at O'Maine Studios features Muscle Cars. Come join us and enjoy some classic muscle cars from the 60's and 70's from the collection of Bill Waldron and Portland Motor Club. We will have music and a Shipyard Beer Garden plus activities for kids. Bring the family and come for a little nostalgia and fun with our rolling works of art!
Artist(s):
O'Maine Studios
Medium:
vehicles
The Dooryard
108 High St
Stop by and see what's new at the Dooryard and celebrate for a while! 11 Artist studios: Sculpture, Painting, Print Making, Jewelry, Fiberarts, Multimedia and more. Look for the Blue Door and come up to the second floor!
Artist(s):
Dooryard Collective
Medium:
Various
DAUNIS FINE HANDMADE JEWELRY
616 Congress Street
Symmetry, Geometry and Balance represented in explosions of color, form and pattern in Water Color pen define this exhibition. Mesmerizingly bold forms and clashing vibrating color combinations inspired by the 60’s Op Art and Fauves evoke snowflakes forms, kaleidoscopes patterns, and stained glass illumination. Tina-Marie lives in New York City and South Portland. The energy of this show might be explained by her being the Xterra Trail Running Age-Group World Champion, two time USA National Masters Woman 50k Road Running Champion and also a two time top ten finisher at the World Championship in Snowshoeing.
Artist(s):
Tina-Marie Poulin
Medium:
Water Color Pen
Bridge Gallery
568 Congress Street
Brilliant color... fascinating light effect... these two artists bring two very different styles together to compliment one another. Rhonda Pearle, an expressive colorist, and Gary Perlmutter, a classical realist, show their latest work in their gallery/studio.
Artist(s):
Rhonda Pearle and Gary Perlmutter
Medium:
Oil on canvas
Jen Burrall Designs Jewelry
253 Congress Street
Join us for the artwalk Friday, October 3rd from 5-8pm. We are welcoming Arthur Finks photography to the collection here at JBD and celebrating! Arthur's collection is a study of dancers performing at The Bates Dance Festival of 2012. The beautiful movements, forms and color captured are inspiring and uplifting!Please join us and enjoy snacks & wine while taking in the space and artwork. We have new fall clothing from Angelrox, beautiful Italian wool shawls by Margolis P, new sweaters by Amy Brill and new work by JBD! (and lots more)! Come check it out to freshen up your wardrobe and home décor!
Artist(s):
Arthur Fink
Medium:
Photography
Oak Street Lofts
72 Oak Street
Skateboard Inspired Art Show
Artist(s):
Jacob Bornstein, Pat Jones, Eric Santos, Phuc Tran, Jimmy Collins, Dylan Hausthor, Scarecrowoven & Louis Torrieri
Medium:
Mixed
She-Bear Gallery
She-Bear Gallery’s First Friday in October will feature acrylic paintings by Duane Slick. Sixteen of his shimmering coyotes line the wall of the gallery in brilliant blue, x-ray black, and enigmatic red. Powerful and allegorical, these paintings feed the soul and the spirit animal. Duane Slick is a Professor of painting and printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design and is a member of the Sauk and Fox Tribe of the Mississippi in Iowa (Meskwaki). He holds a BFA from University of Northern Iowa and an MFA from University of California, Davis. He has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally and has received many prestigious honors including awards from the Joan Mitchell and Rockefeller Foundations. (Smick and Slick in da house! If you missed First Friday last month, Martin Smick’s vibrant abstract paintings will be up through October.)
Artist(s):
Duane Slick
Medium:
acrylic painting
Sanctuary Tattoo and Gallery
31 Forest Ave
Back once again is the amazing work of Max Leon, but it doesn't stop there. Rachelle Leon and Erin Leon will be adding to October's First Friday Art Walk, This dynamic trio will shock you with analog and organic animals that focus on potential energy, flow and statement. You will see rigid, architectural art that focuses on hidden meaning & symmetry. The two styles compliment each other since they exist in the same theater but profess entirely different approaches to the mediums used. Don't think they stop there. These 3 artists will be mixing mediums in ways we've never had in the shop before. From jewelry inspired by the juxtapositions within nature and technology to woodblock prints and then some. You'll have to come see for yourself!
Artist(s):
Max Leon, Rachelle Leon, Erin Leon
Medium:
Mixed
Thinktank Co-working Space
The title of the show refers to a famous Chinese novel, called "Journey to the West" (西游记), published in the 16th century. The novel describes that a monk and his three mythical students took an odyssey-like pilgrimage to "Western Pure Land", obtained sacred text, and fulfill their life missions. The Portland-based artist Mei Selvage used this story as an analogy for her inner journey in searching of her artistic and spiritual home at East. This art show integrates diverse techniques and materials from East and West, ancient and contemporary. “My art is my way to tell stories and compose visual poetry," explains the artist. "I love to use words, colors, and images to show the interplay of hidden and perceived realities. With my background and formal training in Zen Buddhism and Chinese literature, I use art to embody and express the ancient wisdom of Chinese philosophies." Born in Sichuan, China, Mei Selvage has lived in US since 1997.
Artist(s):
Mei Selvage
Medium:
Acrylic, Mixed Media
Roux & Cyr International Fine Art Gallery
48 Free Street
Art Opening Saturday Sept 27 at Roux & Cyr International Fine Art Gallery from 5:30-8:00, at 48 Free Street, Portland, ME. The Gallery is showcasing the works of Leah Lopez and John Pototschnik. This exhibit will be on view until Oct 23. The gallery specializes in realism and is Uniting the World Through Art by exhibiting 28 artists from 9 different countries. Leah Lopez, accomplished artist from New York, will be exhibiting still life and scenery. Her original oil paintings draw the viewer in by use of deep rich colors and spotlit subjects. She achieves an amazing classical mood that penetrates and touches the soul. John Pototschnik, Texas artist, will be exhibiting scenes from Europe and New England in a traditional style. His ability to capture atmosphere, light and distance in scenery is captivating. He’ll draw you into his world making you feel like you’re there. The public is invited to join us for this wine reception. 207-576-7787 www.rouxandcyrgallery.com
Artist(s):
Leah Lopez and John Pototschnik
Medium:
oil
Homegrown Herb & Tea
195 Congress Street
This beautiful exhibit by local artist Alison Kamar incorporates a myriad of colorful and creative materials, including sophisticated screen prints, ornament and precious metals. Her intricate collages would add a bold and warming ambience to any space, and are ready to hang in gorgeous hand crafted frames. Come enjoy her display with a cup of champagne and tea punch.
Artist(s):
Alison Kamar
Medium:
mixed medium
Coffee By Design
67 India Street
A collection of landscape and still life paintings on canvas.
Artist(s):
Adam Tice
Medium:
Victoria Mansion
What would a house sound like if it could sing? Part electroacoustic concert, part installation, Metropolis Ensemble’s Brownstone is at once experimental and experiential. Sited among the majestic rooms at Portland’s Victoria Mansion, the soundscape will fill halls and stairways, creating a sonic tapestry of instruments blending in different ways depending on one’s location — resulting in a First Friday experience like no other. The Metropolis Ensemble, created and led by Maine native Andrew Cyr, is an exciting, Brooklyn-based chamber orchestra dedicated to classical music in its most contemporary forms. Friday, October 3, 2014 Ticketed Preview & Reception: 5:30 pm ($50) - Purchase Tickets for 5:30 pm Preview w/reception: Call PortTIX: 207.842.0800 Free Performances: 6:30 pm & 7:30 pm - Reserve Space at the 6:30 & 7:30 Free Showings: Call 207.772.4841 ext. 101
Artist(s):
Metropolis Ensemble
Medium:
PhoPa Gallery
132 Washington Ave.
Featuring images from bodies of work by Michael Kolster not previously shown in Maine, PROVING GROUND brings together a variety of processes from one-of-a-kind color collages and photograms to silver gelatin panoramas and “hand-colored”digital prints. Kolster probes the representative nature of photography by experimenting with different methods to manipulate the shapes, tones, and colors of the images.
Artist(s):
Michael Kolster
Medium:
Photography
The Salt Institute
561 Congress Street
This juried exhibition will feature photographs shot exclusively with mobile devices like smart phones and tablets. Images will be for sale with a 50/50 split between the photographers and The Salt Institute. Proceeds going to Salt will be a part of our campaign to fund raise for our latest student housing project.
Artist(s):
Various
Medium:
Photography
The Language Exchange
80 Exchange Street - Suite 24-26
Come for a visit on October 3rd and see new work from our featured artist: Linda M. Green Although Linda has always included creative activities in her lifestyle, it was after her children were older that she began focusing on a more personal expression through art. She has worked with various medium, including watercolor, oil, pastel and most recently encaustic and graphite. Her subjects included landscape, still life and the human form. Her art education took her to MECA in Portland, Maine as well as to various art workshops across the country. She learned from nationally known artists and instructors such as Richard McDaniel, Paul Leveille and Sally Strand. She discovered a passion for the figure and life drawing. After taking a workshop with Henry Yan, which emphasized drawing the figure in charcoal in a classical manner, she decided to refocus her efforts in this area. She has spent the last two winters in Paris at Studio Escalier, a school dedicated to the contemporary classical study of drawing from life. Mornings were in the studio with a live model and afternoons were in The Louvre drawing the human form from Greek and Roman statues. She maintains her own studio in Standish, Maine where she continues to draw from life and to incorporate her vision into pastel paintings, encaustics and graphite drawings. She is a member of the Pastel Painters of Maine, the Union of Maine Visual Artists and the Freeport Art Society.
Artist(s):
Linda M. Green
Medium:
encaustic and graphite
The Dogfish Bar and Grille
128 Free Street
Erinn lives on the Coast of Maine. She is inspired by the beauty of nature that surrounds her and conveys that beauty by combining vivid and emotion-filled colors with abstract forms in her art. website: www.erinnmccusker.artspan.com
Artist(s):
Erinn McCusker
Medium:
oil and pastel
Susan Maasch Fine Art
4 City Center
This show features two artists that are looking explicitly at New England flora, fauna, land and culture. Eleanor Miller paints the New England landscape from her imagination and with a contemporary look at those that share the forest with us. Surface and narrative as important as reality or realism. And photographs by Sean Harris focus on our apple farms, fall, harvest,sustainability, form and process become as important as realism and reality. Historical process add to the romance of these photographs of apple trees in the fall.
Artist(s):
Eleanor Miller and Sean Harris
Medium:
photography and oils
Portland Art Gallery
154 Middle St.
Portland Art Gallery gives Art Collector Maine a modern, innovative and exciting new space to showcase Maine Artists and their much sought-after art. Our exhibits change often so we encourage you to make Portland Art Gallery a regular stop in your discovery of new art. We’re excited to share this work with you. Our current exhibition showcases the talents of Dick Alden, David Allen, Mary Blum, Louise Bourne, Allen Bunker, Randy Colbath, David Costello, Bill Crosby, Jane Dahmen, Donna Denniston, Joe Hemes, Jill Hoy, Jean Jack, Ingunn Joergensen, Joanne Parent, Matthew Russ, Ann Sklar, and Lynn Shulman.
Artist(s):
Medium:
Maine Potters Market
376 Fore St.
This year potter Jacqueline Hickey, with her son and husband, have begun a new business growing cut flowers, Red Sky Farm. As an experiment, they grew six different varieties of hops, which are used in floral arranging as well as beer making. Inspired by both the October festivities and the wonderful hops themselves, Jacqueline is using the hop vines as a decorative element, making stamps to impress her stoneware platters and plates while they are still soft. She has created beer steins, mustard pots and a variety of serving platters to use during your Oktoberfest celebrations. ABOUT JACQUELINE HICKEY – Happy Valley Potworks was established in 1983 with the completion of a barn and studio at Jacqueline's North Waterboro home. She has been making functional pottery for over 30 years. Her forms are either hand built or wheel thrown and often whimsical, and always created with a smile.
Artist(s):
Jacqueline Hickey
Medium:
stoneware
Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art
522 Congress Street
Two shows on view at the ICA at MECA: Project _, Ana Miljacki and Lee Moreau founded the design and research firm Project_ in 1998. Through the production of buildings, exhibitions, writing, and the instigation of discourse, Project_ strives to critically engage and re-imagine the contemporary world. Also, The Wrong Kind of Bars: Paintings from the Maine State Prison, Daniel Fuller, Director of the ICA at MECA, went to the max-security Maine State Prison in Thomaston, and did visits with a number of artists. This exhibition is a selection of paintings from their Industries program.
Artist(s):
Medium:
Maine College of Art Porteous Building, 1st floor long hallway
522 Congress St.
The Maine Art Education Association is a statewide professional organization whose members are committed to excellence in visual arts education. Please come enjoy our show. MAEA Goals: To encourage best practices in standards-based and learner-centered visual arts classrooms in all Maine schools To foster high quality teaching in visual arts and provide professional opportunities in curriculum, instruction and assessment, as well as in current issues and artistic practice To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and support collaboration among educators and other arts agencies to ensure quality programs for all learners
Artist(s):
Medium:
Artists at Work: Project Window at Maine College of Art
522 Congress St.
SEA HAG! - Christopher Patch ’98, “SEA HAG!” features four large block-printed and hand-painted canvases and nine monotypes. The exhibition is centered on the exploits of a fictional character resembling the archnemesis of Popeye, from the 1930s comic strips. The Sea Hag figure as a misunderstood archetype, living in isolation on Plunder Island. Her schemes to defeat Popeye and his cohorts often fail and she retreats on her ship, The Black Barnacle to her dark tower. Her plight is not unlike the trials of an estranged artist or outsider. Viewable from the exterior of the window.
Artist(s):
Christopher Patch
Medium:
The State Theatre Building
142 High St. & 615 Congress St.
The State Theatre Building 142 High Street, All floors lots of artist under one roof here at the State Theatre Building in the Arts District. Open from 5:00 - 8:00 pm every First Friday Art Walk. If you're looking for variety in art exhibitions then look no further...it's all here!
Artist(s):
Other
Medium:
Mixed Media
Maine Charitable Mechanic Association
519 congress st
Artist(s):
Janie Young
Medium:
Progressive Prints
Make Sense Productions
Portland-based Lisa Dombek is recognized by her passion for texture and mark making. Originally from Blue Hill, Ms. Dombek traveled extensively exploring dance, music and performance in such places as Boston, Los Angeles and New York. In the late 1980’s she moved back to her home state and established herself among the burgeoning art scene in Maine’s largest city, Portland. Since then her work has been exhibited regularly in Portland galleries, as well as national juried shows. In 2008 her series “What's Lost, What's Left, What Emerges, What Comes” was shown at the world class Thomas Moser Gallery in Los Angeles. Her paintings were featured at Art Basel Miami in 2008. Her work has been selected for publication in the 2002, 2004, 2007 and 2011 editions of the national literary and visual art publication Words & Images, as well as the premier edition of Art Collector Maine 2012. Her paintings and photographs were chosen in March of 2003 as part of The Musik Show in Austin, TX, during the legendary South by Southwest Festival. She also received Special Recognition for her piece “Wings Over Water” in an internationally juried show in Omaha, NE in the Spring of 2001. She is a listed American Artist with the ARS/NY. "I tend to work from the inside out. Working in Series appeals to me since it allows development of an idea, whether visual or spiritual. In earlier years I found much inspiration in nature and relationships. As time progresses, I am profoundly influenced by global events and cultural shifts. In terms of process, I work abstractly and intuitively, allowing my conscious/unconscious to become intertwined, as conduit, letting the voices speak."
Artist(s):
Lisa Dombek
Medium:
Selected Paintings and Mixed Media
Oak Street Lofts
72 Oak Street
Don't Getcha Hopes Up Second Annual Let Down is a skateboard inspired art show. A mixed medium show that will let you down easy from 10/3 (Good Buddy) through 10/30.
Artist(s):
Medium:
Portland Public Library Cultural Center
5 Monument Square
Portland Public Library hosts exhibit by Maine Maritime Museum in the Lower Level Hallway - July 3rd through December 15th, 2014 Portland Public Library will host an exhibit by Maine Maritime Museum, “The Faces that launched a Thousand Ships” in the Lower Level Hallway from July 3rh through December 15th 2014. A ship-launching is the supreme maritime amusement, a joyful, thrilling rite that builds to a moment of drama unparalleled in any theater. It is a rite repeated tens of thousand times since ships were built, joining us with historical legions of spectacle seekers, while channeling our best wishes for the future career of a brand-new untested vessel. View the emotions, fashions, and personalities of participants and on-lookers at some Maine coast launchings of the last century or so.
Artist(s):
Maine Maritime Museum
Medium:
mixed
Merrill Auditorium
Join Diane Hudson as she depicts the journey of the Kotzschmar Organ renovation through the art of photography. Enjoy a free reception in the lobby at Merrill Auditorium, with organ tours and demos!
Artist(s):
Diane Hudson
Medium:
Photography
Art at the Cathedral
143 State Street
Don Drake is an artist who is living and working in Portland, Maine. He has been a portrait artist for over 33 years. He painted the posthumous portrait of L.L. Bean for the L.L. Bean Company in Freeport, Maine, Marvin Sadik the former director of the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., Mrs. A.G. Monks for Robert Monks, as well as the likeness of the late philanthropist Elizabeth Noyce for her private collection. Don has painted portraits of children throughout the Northeast as well as Europe. He provided courtroom artwork for NBC, CBS, and ABC in Portland, Boston, and for the NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. Don had a late call in life to ministry. He is the pastor of Deering Center Community Church and Stroudwater Baptist Church in Portland. Don will be showing select pieces at the cathedral for First Friday. While enjoying the works of our guest artist take a self-guided tour of the historic art of the Cathedral that includes a stunning portrait of the Madonna and child painted by John LaFarge, stained glass by Westbrook artesian Robin Neely, and one of the most renowned wood carvings of the 20th century by Ernest G. Pellegrini. Come and join in the fun from 5:00-8:00.
Artist(s):
Don Drake
Medium:
Portrait Paintings
Portland Public Library Lewis Gallery
5 Monument Square
The Pulps features the world’s largest collection of Pulp Cover Art and gives a detailed look into these once misunderstood, controversial works of art. The exhibition features works such as Tarzan, The Shadow, Secret Agent X, The Mysterious Wu-Fang, The Spider, Doc Savage, The Scorpion, The Whisperer, The Black Mask, and The Lone Ranger. The Pulps is sponsored by the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation, Maine College of Art, The Via Agency, Thompson Johnson Architects, Otto Pizza, Longfellow Books, Casablanca Comics, Shipyard Brewing Co., and Welch Signage. The exhibition is free of charge and open to the general public. The Pulps will be on exhibit from October 3rd through December 26th.
Artist(s):
Vintage Pulp Fiction
Medium:
Painting, prints
Portland Museum of Art
Treasures of British Art 1400-2000: The Berger Collection features the most significant private collection of British art in the United States. Spanning six centuries, this exhibition presents 50 masterpieces from this collection in a variety of subjects, styles, and eras. The Berger Collection rivals only the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Yale Center for British Art in its holdings of British artworks from the 1500s and early 1600s. It’s truly one of the most unique private collections in the world. From a religious panel of the 14th century and royal portraits of the 16th century to abstract landscapes of the 20th century, the exhibition features 50 highlights of the Berger Collection, including works by Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8–1543), Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599–1641), Joseph Wright of Derby (1734–1797), Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830), Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788), John Constable (1776–1837), George Stubbs (1856–1925), and Sir Howard Hodgkin (b. 1932).
Artist(s):
Medium:
SPACE Gallery
538 Congress Street
Jesse Sugarmann’s We Build Excitement is an ongoing series of performances and reenactments commemorating GM’s discontinued Pontiac Motor Division. Captured through filmed footage Sugarmann creates temporary monuments out of Pontiac Cars at vacant dealerships, speaking to both the growth of the American auto industry and its unpredictable character. We Build Excitement honors the industry and its workers as well as questions the nature of our often intimate and impassioned relationship to these vehicles. He recognizes the downfall of Pontiac’s career as parallel to changes in American identity as personal desire is projected on to the automobile industry and the cars we own. His show at SPACE in the main gallery comprises of a three-channel video installation documenting the role of cars in our daily life, from the visual of the vehicles themselves in motion to the remembered choreography of automotive assembly line workers and car crash reenactments. In the SPACE annex, visitors are invited to view remnants of citydrift/Portland, a city-wide event that happened in September revolving around Guy Debord's Situationist concept of the derive.
Artist(s):
Jesse Sugarmann
Medium:
Video/Multimedia
Maine Historical Society
489 Congress Street
"Wholesome Habitation" showcases the architectural collections of the Brown Library at Maine Historical Society. The selection includes a sampling from various architectural collections inlcuding John Calvin Stevens, the Coombs Bros., Gibbs & Pulsifer, Eaton Tarbell, John Thomas, and Frederick Tompson. On display are various forms of architectural drawings and supplemental items, such as presentation drawings, elevations, floor plans, decorative elements, and photographs. Our museum exhibition "Home: The Longfellow House & the Emergence of Portland", will also be open to visitors at no charge. Come see how the Wadsworth-Longfellow House has experienced Portland's growth and change for more than 230 years. During the Art Walk, the Museum Store will be open late! www.MaineHistory.org
Artist(s):
Maine Historical Society collection material
Medium:
Architectural Drawings, Photographs
645 Congress
645 Congress Street
Artist Allan Walton uses the sites and seasons of Maine's natural beauty and its people for inspiration as well as painting ideas and subjects created from his sketching journals.
Artist(s):
Alan Walton
Medium:
Multimedia

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