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CMCA 60th Honors Five Maine Artists

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   The Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockport, Maine began life in 1952 as an artists’ cooperative... Read More »

A George Nick Tribute in Duxbury MA

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Twenty-one years ago, back in March of 1991, I wrote a short profile of Boston painter George Nick... Read More »

Mildred Burrage Goes to France

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   The contemporary Maine art scene was largely created by groups of artists who got together following World... Read More »

Joyce Tenneson, Photography’s Golden Girl

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   Joyce Tenneson is famous for her ethereal, romantic photographs of women, flowers, seashells, and now trees. She... Read More »

The Many Faces of F. Holland Day

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    Fred Holland Day (1864-1933) was a colorful and controversial character in his time, a wealthy Bostonian who... Read More »

Wally Warren’s Roadside Attractions

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   Wally Warren has been described variously as a folk artist, a faux folk artist, an outsider artist,... Read More »

Grand Illusions at University of Maine Museum of Art

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   In 2002, the University of Maine Museum of Art, which had resided on the campus of the... Read More »

Kim Bernard & Liz Shepherd @ Boston Sculptors Gallery

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   Back on February 2, artist Kim Bernard of North Berwick, Maine, noted on her blog that seeing Alexander... Read More »

Photography: Modernism in NH, Post-Modern in Maine

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Currently and coincidently, both the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, New Hampshire, and the Portland Museum of... Read More »

DeCordova’s Boston Biennial

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  Back in 1987, the then-DeCordova and Dana Museum and Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts, mounted New England Now:... Read More »

Marin and New Maine Art @ The Addison

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    When John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury moves from the Portland Museum of Art to the Addison Gallery... Read More »

Nostalgia Machines at Brown’s Bell Gallery

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Earlier this year, I had my eyes opened to the current vogue for mechanical and digital interactive media... Read More »

My Favorite Art Books

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   Tyler Green, the eminently informed and informative writer behind the art blog Modern Art Notes, posted his... Read More »

The Privilege of Studio Visits

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       Amidst the busyness of the holidays, I confess that I neglected to visit a museum... Read More »

Gathering Up the Fragments of Shaker Life

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   If you live within a two hour drive of Portland Museum of Art and have not yet... Read More »

Bates College Museum of Art in Tale Spin

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When museum directors and curators move to new institutions it is not uncommon for them to draw on... Read More »

A Visit to Boston’s MFA

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   Even back in the 1970s when I was a graduate student in Boston, I wasn’t a big... Read More »

Eric Hopkins: Above and Beyond Penobscot Bay

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    “Last year I had the best year ever,” my old friend Eric Hopkins told me back in... Read More »

Made in the UK at RISD

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   Sometime before the end of the year, when we head to Providence to visit our oldest daughter... Read More »

Edward Hopper in Maine

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   The Bowdoin College Museum of Art has been setting attendance records this summer with Edward Hopper’s Maine,... Read More »

Strangely Beautiful Maine @ CMCA

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My sense of fair play tells me it is way too soon to return to the Center for... Read More »

100 Artists of New England

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Art is all about making personal choices, not just for the artist, but also for the audience, the... Read More »

Where to Draw the Line

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My good friend Rob Shetterly and I had a major difference of opinion recently over the ethical if... Read More »

Mondo Pissarro

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If you know the difference between Camille Pissarro, the French Impressionist painter, and Francisco Pizarro, the Spanish explorer,... Read More »

Marin and Hartley and More, O My

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The Portland Museum of Art is spending the summer of 2011 back in the first half of the... Read More »

Von Rydingsvard and Goldsworthy at DeCordova Sculpture Park

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Snow Following Cedar Back in 2009, the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, announced its new aspiration to become... Read More »

Glorious Tim Clorius

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Conversation Pieces at Aucocisco Tim Clorius: Conversation Pieces at Aucocisco Galleries in Portland, Maine (through June 11) presents... Read More »



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