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The Art of Katahdin and Conservation

The Art of Katahdin and Conservation
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But if the majority of the landscape artists in the show share a conservative aesthetic outlook, they also share a conservation ethic — a great and good thing as the wilds of Maine face unprecedented development pressures here at the outset of the 21th century.

Versions of the “Taking Different Trails” group exhibition opened simultaneously at North Light Gallery, Jameson Gallery in Portland, and at Bates, where it hangs until May 24.

Bates College Museum of Art, 75 Russell St., Lewiston. 207-786-6158;

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