Three Maine communities will host a show of prints by artists from Maine and Aomori, Japan. The traveling exhibition is part of MAPS (Maine-Aomori Printmaking Society) organized by Friends of Aomori as a cultural exchange program, sharing art and artists between the sister states of Maine and Aomori.
Starboard Rock, by Holly Berry, on exhibit in the Maine-Aomori Printmaking Show
The show will be on view at the Stonewall Gallery at the Yarmouth History Center from May 1 to July 1; Tides Institute & Museum of Art in Eastport from August 18 to September 17; Chase’s Garage in York from September 30 to October 29.
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“This Old House Plant,” a linocut by Holly Berry, is part of “The Garden of Earthly Delights” at Tidemark Gallery
“The Garden of Earthly Delights,” a group show curated by Chris Augusta and Dick Koubek to mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Heironymus Bosch, will go on view Wednesday, October 5, at Tidemark Gallery in Waldoboro.
Opening Reception is on Saturday, October 8, 4 to 7 PM.
The show will be on view through November 5, 2016.
902 Main Street
OPEN 10 AM to 5 PM, Wednesday through Saturday (207) 832-5109
Date: Friday, September 9, to Sunday, September 11, 2016
Location: Mt. Chase Lodge, Patten, Maine
With the comforts of a bed and meals provided at Mt. Chase Lodge, workshop participants will determine how to structure their time between a range of wonderful foliage walks or hikes led by Emily Davis, AMC Maine Trip Leader, and artistic endeavors including drawing and printmaking at the lodge with Holly Berry.
Adult Member Fee: $225
Adult Non-Member Fee: $225
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Linocultivation: Botanically Inspired Linocuts
Friday, September 2, 2016
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Barters Island Road
Join Holly at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens to learn and experience all the basics of the engaging and meditative art of linoleum block printing! Design, cut and print your own stylized version of a rare or extraordinary plant to make an original work of art. Focus will be on developing cutting techniques to create variety in textures and patterns while striking a dynamic balance between negative and positive areas.
Materials list will be provided.
This class counts toward the Certificate in Botanical Arts
$85.00 for Member Adult
$100.00 for Non-Member Adult