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  • Points of View Artists are involved in several shows ending this month and beginning in November

  • The 10X10 benefit show sold over 100 pieces of original art and successfully auctioned works of art from 10 notable Maine artists.  Funds are used to support the artist-in-residence program that benefits all Brunswick elementary school students.

  • Decalcamania:  Between the Sheets includes work by Harriet Lindemann, Judith Long and Barbara Snapp.  See the show at Smith Union on Bowdoin Campus during October.  Artist reception on October 13.

  • Ed McCartan is featured in four exhibits this fall, from Gorham to Damariscotta.

  • The exhibits planned for September and October have been switched.  Asante Africa will be the topic for September, and Pairings will be on display in October.

  • For the fifth year, Arts Are Elementary and Points of View Artists will present the 10X10 Benefit Art Exhibit & Sale.  Pisa, A Different View, a watercolor by Points of View artist Tim Banks, has been selected as the exhibit image.  Over 325 works of art by 175 Maine artists will be on display for sale on September 28.  Proceeds benefit Arts Are Elementary, a local nonprofit program that provides artist-in-residence education to all Brunswick students in grades K-5.  Mark your calendars!

  • Barbara Bean and Edward Mackenzie have used donated ‘found’ material to create more than fifty pieces of Assemblage Art.  The Art of dee’s ICE CREAM Packaging will open with a reception at Richmond Store Gallery, 54 Main Street, Richmond, Maine, 4-8 p.m. Friday, August 3.  The Exhibition will be on view until the end of October at Richmond Store Gallery.

  • A year-long collaboration by eighteen artists from two Maine printmaking groups culminates in the opening of their show, Collaborative Connections, on July 13 in Gardiner at Circling the Square, 275 Water Street.  

  • Four artists from Points of View have entered work in A Natural Order, an exhibit sponsored by Spindleworks that brings attention to all living species from insect to tree and bird to mammal.  The exhibit is on display at Frontier Cafe in Fort Andross through June 30th.  20% of sales from the exhibit will be donated to the Coastal Humane Society.

  • The husband and wife duo, Craig and Barbara Snapp, have both won awards at the Joy of the Lens, an annual photography exhibit at the Topsham Public Library - and Craig's images won the People's Choice award! 

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