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The year ahead in visual arts

While the PORTLAND MUSEUM OF ART is about to wrap its wildly successful Winslow Homer exhibit, something tells me we'll be feeling the various expressions of "Weatherbeaten" for awhile.
See and be seen
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  December 28, 2012

Memories from a year in art shows

It was a year when the best shows weren't often the most memorable, and the most memorable weren't often the best.
Fine lines
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  December 23, 2011

A year-long celebration winds down

Throughout 2011, June Fitzpatrick has done more than her share in highlighting the medium of drawing in the context of the state-wide project "Where to Draw the Line."
Drawing to an end
By BRITTA KONAU  |  December 16, 2011

Carly Glovinski dupes eyes, objects at June Fitz at MECA

If you copied the entirety of Don Quixote by hand, you'd come to learn the story, but if you acted out the entire novel in charades, you'd definitely know it by heart.
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  July 29, 2011

Review: August Ventimiglia at the June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA

August Ventimiglia isolates simple gestures and records their impact and reverberations, magnifying the grace of the adjusting and settling physical world, and implying larger social and philosophical commentary.
Line tensity
By ANNIE LARMON  |  April 08, 2011

First Friday: Exhibits at the June Fitzpatrick Gallery, ICA, and the Sylvia Kania Gallery

January Art Walks may be for diehards, but for those brave souls, the perks aren't so bad. You can set your own pace, and the...
By webteam  |  January 04, 2011


The year in Portland's art scene

For lovers of spectacle, 2010 offered a lot of feasts. A fine collection of installations and site-specific works graced the greater city in 2010, challenging our perceptions and changing our surroundings.
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  December 24, 2010

Fall Art Preview: Rising to the challenge

Last weekend’s Block Party was a charming and invigorating celebration of Portland’s art community. The interactive evening, spearheaded by SPACE Gallery, set an ambitious standard for what’s to come on the art front rounding out this year.
Museums, galleries, and artists ready for fall shows
By ANNIE LARMON  |  September 17, 2010

Bright lines

The task of abstraction is never complete. At the very least, there will always be less stuff to represent.
A group show of abstract art at the June Fitzpatrick
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  July 23, 2010

Game changer

Korean artist Noh Seokmee celebrates the mundane and the playful in "you are so brave!", an exhibit of recent work currently on view at June Fitzpatrick's High Street Gallery and in the front window at SPACE Gallery, both praising and challenging the pur
Noh Seokmee at June Fitzpatrick and SPACE
By ANNIE LARMON  |  July 09, 2010

Sara Crisp's exhibit opens at the June Fitzpatrick Gallery

Getting a jump on First Friday hullabaloo, the June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA opens a set of new encaustic works by Sara Crisp. After tonight's...
By webteam  |  June 02, 2010


More than black and white

In “Drawing,” the spare, residential Icon gallery offers the work of 13 Maine artists on intimate display.
‘Drawing’ at Icon explores the power of line
By NICHOLAS SCHROEDER  |  May 21, 2010

Charles DuBack exhibit at June Fitzpatrick Gallery

And at June Fitzpatrick Gallery's MECA location (522 Congress St.), a satellite exhibit of early and recent works by Charles DuBack (in conjunction with his...
By webteam  |  October 28, 2009

Plotting experience

Kendra Ferguson and Noa Warren are deftly paired at June Fitzpatrick’s Congress Street gallery this month, as an established and emerging artist each compulsive explore the subjective and human potential of minimalism.
Kendra Ferguson and Noa Warren at June Fitzpatrick
By ANNIE LARMON  |  October 16, 2009
First Friday Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk

  FRIDAY 3 ART & PLAY Unlike the rest of the local scene, the First Friday Art Walk finds itself running on full steam on...
By webteam  |  July 01, 2009
The Slackers

The Slackers

  SLACK ON That rarest of things - a reggae band with a sense of humor - arrives in Portland in the form of the...
By webteam  |  July 01, 2009

astronaut list

Your own personal Darwin

Dorothy and Elliott Schwartz meditate on the man behind the theory
Dorothy and Elliott Schwartz meditate on the man behind the theory
By ANNIE LARMON  |  June 26, 2009
Brian Vanden Brink's New Book

Brian Vanden Brink's New Book

Camden-based architectural photographer Brian Vanden Brink promotes his new book, Ruin: Photographs of a Vanishing America, with a month-long photography exhibit opening at June Fitzpatrick...
By webteam  |  June 24, 2009
summer list

Summer people

Ever wonder why there is so much professional-level art made and shown in Maine, a state with a total population less than that of many minor cities? One answer is that following the fame of people like Winslow Homer, creative types flocked to Maine, o
Artists have long visited Maine, too
By KEN GREENLEAF  |  June 12, 2009

Groups + solos

First on the list of this year's points of interest is the anticipated Portland Museum of Art Biennial, which opens in early April.
Looking forward to 2009
By KEN GREENLEAF  |  December 31, 2008