The evening will begin with a screening of Dale Schierholt’s film "Art & Spirit” about the incredible career of Harold Garde. A discussion by Schierholt and Garde will follow. After the discussion, we will screen Schierholt’s first film about the artist: "Harold Garde, Working Artist."
The evening will begin with a screening of Andy Dunn’s film LAST STOP CONEY ISLAND: The Life & Photography of Harold Feinstein. and will be followed by a discussion with art critic A.D. Coleman (the first photo critic for the New York Times) and photographer David Caras, a mentee and longtime friend of Feinstein’s.
To celebrate Maine’s 200th statehood anniversary, Cove Street Arts extends an invitation to Maine photographers statewide to submit up to four photographs taken within the city limits of Portland for an open juried exhibition PORTLAND 2020 curated by Bruce Brown.
Two-day painting workshop by artist Philip Frey. For more information or to register, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 808-8911.
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.