Exquisite Beauty. The enduring legacy of grace: A two-artist show featuring the photography of David Caras and Meredith Kennedy, curated by Marcia Minter.
Left of the Turnpike is an exhibition of Charlie Hewitt's dynamic, imaginative paintings, sculpture, prints, and neon constructions. Living in Yarmouth and working in Portland, nationally renowned artist Charlie Hewitt grew up in Lewiston, ME. This biography is the inspiration for the exhibition's title and highlights the influence of the mill-working community on Hewitt's work, which often indirectly references the community's values and a culture centered on the church, family, and work.
Using vintage slides, Trask creates his own stories by layering multiple slides into a photomontage. An image of Stonehenge might interrupt a beach scene; baseball players could be transported into an African safari. Stunning image and strange histories are created.