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My installations and paintings seek to reflect contemporary issues...

Mr. Anselmi’s current work explores the use of found materials to create artwork that juxtaposes imagery and abstraction...

The content of my paintings lies beyond the visible features of woods and rocks and water.  My intention is to convey the sense of a place; the moving air, the solidity of rock and the transience of water and the strength of the ground beneath...

Mary Armstrong lives in Georgetown, Maine, and paints her home territory; she builds up her landscapes with layers of oil and wax to reflect its luminous dance in all seasons. Armstrong also has studios in Venice, Italy and Newton, Massachusetts, where she teaches painting at Boston College. A graduate of Boston University and the Skowhegan School School of Painting and Sculpture, she has shown her work at the Victoria Munroe Gallery and Graham gallery in New York and the Portland Museum of Art, and throughout the U.S. and Ireland.

R. Scott Baltz’s paintings of the Maine landscape are distillations of perceived experience, filtered through the passage of time, memory, and imagination. Many weeks, months, or even years may pass before he returns to a particular image in the studio, prompted by rough pencil sketches or photographs made on site. Working from memory coalesces and intensifies his remembered perceptions of a scene, resulting in paintings that appear to pulsate with internal energy.

It is the moment, it is the memory that moves me to make art. I want to capture the actuality of the physical and emotional experience of Nature in many forms. By definition, such perception is intuitive, inspirational, and beautiful, an essence that through my hand I can share...

Working in the area between abstraction and representation, I create my sculpture largely based on, and determined by, formal considerations...

Jeffery Becton is a visual artist based in Deer Isle, Maine. He uses the tools of digital photography to compose ambiguous spaces in which landscape and interiors exist as one...

John Bisbee’s powerful, precise sculptures transform hardware—nails—into meditations on pattern...

I began making paintings of what was right in front of me, which was a chair in my studio. I thought that if I made paintings of this neutral subject matter over and over I might be able to explore the abstract, formal and painterly issues I was interested in, while having clear visual parameters to look at and work from...

Part artist, part scientist, part adventurer, and part magpie, I’m insatiably curious about the world, and particularly drawn to the coastal area between high- and low-tide. Still life photography enables me to explore complex relationships between human and non-human occupation of the intertidal zone while reveling in the textures and patterns of the objects I find...

Finding one's place in the world has been a recurring theme in my work. As I grow older it seems I have learned that it does not take much to be connected...

Poetic, poignant, delightfully unselfconscious, Katherine Bradford's paintings defy categorization and seem to embrace their own internal light. “When I’m actively painting, I try to get in a kind of zone where my rational brain doesn’t take over..."

I've been a working artist for more than twenty five years, known for my unique, hand-colored images and my work with the photographic negative...

Allison Cooke Brown’s work ranges from small hand-held book structures to larger scale sculpture. She uses old linens and women’s clothing as a materials source, with domesticity/female issues as subject matter. She wrestles with what she feels society has proscribed as the ideal feminine behavior of being a compliant “good girl,” versus her own need to “act out,” to become her own person...

Tom Burkhardt creates complex and subtly humorous compositions that question the nature of painting and what is real and unreal. His images invoke architecture, landscape, and human figures, inviting viewers to recognize familiar subjects in their abstract patterns. He lives in New York and spends his summers in Searsmont, Maine, his summer home since childhood. He has had solo shows at the Tibor De Nagy Gallery and the Caren Golden Fine Arts in New York and the Gregory Lind Gallery in San Francisco. In August 2014, CMCA displayed a series of Burckhardt’s recent paintings.

Echoing the playful colors and compositions of her teacher John Imber, Hannah Bureau creates landscapes that are accumulations of memory. Her images hover between the familiar and the unfamiliar, imaginary spaces where shapes and event overlap. Bureau graduated from Rhode Island School of Design and received her MFA in painting from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her work at the Provincetown Art Association Museum, gWatson Gallery, Stonington, and PULSE Art Fair, NYC, among other venues.

Sam Cady’s prints, drawings, and shaped canvases are rigorous studies in atmosphere, form, and careful detail. His work is spare and unsentimental; it can also be deeply romantic...

John Paul Caponigro works to move the photography of nature into the 21st century. A master of digital media, his work has been exhibited worldwide; it is in many public collections, including Princeton University and the Smithsonian Institution. He is a contributing editor at Digital Photo Pro, a columnist for the Uffington Post, and the author of Adobe Photoshop Master Class. He also teaches workshops around the world. He is a member of the Photoshop Hall of Fame, and a Canon Explorer of Light; his clients include Adobe, Apple, and Kodak.

The foundation for my work is the intended concept that derives from my unique perception of the world. When a concept forms, I explore it for years by creating a series of paintings that result in concept expansion and nuanced meanings...

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