Damariscotta gallery to host salon-style show through July 23

This “100 Days” acrylic portray is by Robert Gibson. Submitted photograph

River Arts in Damariscotta programs to open up with its yearly members’ exhibit, filling the gallery with parts from 160 participating artists, at 36 Elm St.

The general public can meet up with the artists and check out their functions at a reception scheduled for 1-4 p.m. Saturday, June 18. River Arts proceeds to involve masks for entry to the gallery.

The show runs by way of Saturday, July 23.

Artists have picked works that ideal characterize their private tactic. This year’s clearly show offers a bounty of new perform from Maine artists, according to a information release from the gallery.

In conjunction with the opening in the primary gallery, a duo clearly show is showcased in the River Room. Artists Polly McGrory and Wolfgang Busse have organized their operates in a gathering of portraits, seascapes, townscapes, animals, pubs and boats. This show runs until eventually Wednesday, June 29.

River Arts is a nonprofit organization running by way of the service of volunteers although the lookup continues for a section time gallery manager.

Gallery several hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday by way of Saturday. For far more facts, go to riverartsme.org or contact 207-563-6868.

“Heading Up Snowball Hill” is an oil painting by Susie Porter. Submitted photo

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