• Chocolate Church hosts Carolyn Judson and students

    Fanciful clay sculptures by Points of View artist Carolyn Judson and her students Cathy Bloom, Betsy Fear, and Nan Moran are on exhibit at the Chocolate Church Art Center from July 27 through September 11.  Their theme is Space, Time and Place and depicts an eclectic diversity of endangered animals, dinosaurs of ancient times, planets, galaxies, and more familiar objects closer to home.

    Betsy Fear’s wall sculpture focuses on Place with a miniature adobe ruin from the West.  Whimsy is the impression created by Cathy Bloom’s sacked animals and Nan Moran’s boxed creatures.  Carolyn Judson combines the large and the small in her sculpture of Earth entitled “Endangered” which is covered with small clay animals including polar bears, elephants and tigers.

    Join all four artists at the opening reception on Friday, July 27 from 5 to 7 pm.  



    The Chocolate Church:  804 Washingto St, Bath ME

    July 27 through September 11

    Gallery hours:  Tue-Wed (10-4);  Thu (10-6);  Fri (noon - 4)

    Reception:  Friday, July 27 from 5 to 7 pm