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In her paintings, Betsy Eby fuses the line between the musical and the visual composition. A classically trained pianist, she seeks in her work what Rothko described as “the place where music lives.” The layers and gestures of her...

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Tom Burckhardt: Recent Work includes a selection of the artist’s new abstract paintings on cast plastic, as well as 173 Elements of Painting, a large-scale wall installation comprised of individual oil paintings on discarded book pages. The...

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10am to 4pm Come join us for a day of making books with instructor Sandy Weisman. Explore papers and other assorted materials used in book making, learn about the tools of the trade, and leave with at least one finished book. You will...

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In Played to Win, artist Elizabeth Fox’s most recent series of paintings, everything is not as it first appears. Ripe with tension and innuendo, exactly what is happening in these small-scale narratives is never made explicitly clear...

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Please join us in the galleries for a conversation with artist Betsy Eby, followed by a closing reception with music provided by cellist Tim Garrett and seasonal hors d'oeuvres by chef Alice Amory. Admission is free.

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1 to 4pm An introduction to calligraphy and other lettering to add visual words to your art, with instructor Jan Owen. Workshop fee: $50/$40 CMCA members Jan Owen is a calligrapher, book artist, and musician living in Belfast, Maine...

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Amidst the natural forces of his home in Georgetown, Maine, Ron Leax is both artist and naturalist. The sculptor puts his early biology training to use, or playful misuse, in his new body of flat works entitled The Natural History of Georgetown. The...

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Tuesdays, Oct 7 & 21, Nov 18; 5:30 pm Tuesday Talks in the galleries with director Suzette McAvoy and invited guests. Admission is free. CMCA is grateful for the generous support of major media sponsor Maine Home + Design.

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Since 1970, CMCA has held a juried exhibition, which is open to artists working in all media who have strong connections with Maine and includes works that were created within the past two years. More than 475 artists applied for the 2014 CMCA...

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2 - 4pm Join us in the galleries for observational drawings of works from the Biennial exhibition. The ArtLab will also be open so you can embellish your pencil drawings with other media. All materials will be provided. Admission is free and...

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Sundays, October 12 & 26, Nov 9 & 23; 3pm Back by popular demand! 2014 CMCA Biennial artists share the artistic loves of their lives in this series of fast-paced slide talks. Admission is free. CMCA is grateful for the generous support...

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Opening Reception: Saturday, September 27, 2014, 4 to 6pm.  2014 EXHIBITING ARTISTS   Jeffery C. Becton (Deer Isle) Emily Brown (South Montville) Stephanie Cardon (Cushing) Cole Caswell (Portland) Anne-...

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The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is expanding its mission of advancing contemporary art in Maine. We intend to be a leading voice throughout New England and beyond in the continuing dialogue on the art of our time. We seek to provide a...

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All sessions are full. Young artists (ages 6-11) will meet Wednesday afternoons to create art inspired by the 2014 CMCA Biennial Exhibition. Projects will pay special attention to the natural world and the concept of Place, important themes in...

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8.02.14 to 9.20.14
8.02.14 to 9.20.14
8.02.14 to 9.20.14
9.27.14 to 12.07.14
9.27.14 to 12.07.14
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Open Studio blog post: Barbara Cone, Johanna Moore, Lesia Sochor


2014 CMCA Biennial Exhibition Artists Announced


CMCA ROCKLAND


Quick Facts about the building project and CMCA's Vision for the Future.


 

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