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  • 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! 

  • Exploring Bogs, an exhibit of flora and fauna found in Maine's bogs, is on display at Curtis Memorial Library until May 30.  A reception to meet the artist will be held on Friday, May 11, from 6 to 9 pm.

  • Barbara Bean, Maureen Block. Terry Grasse and Ann Slocum were recently exhibited in an assemblage exhibit titled Assembly Line.  It was shown at the Topsham Public Library's Crooker Gallery during the month of March 2012. 

  • Three Points of View artists were honored with awards at this year's Joy of Art exhibit at the Topsham Public Library.

  • Pecha Kucha is an event involving rapid-fire presentations of 20 slides in 6 minutes.  Organized by Five Rivers Arts Alliance, the presentations take place every 3 or 4 months at Frontier Cafe in Fort Andross. The Pecha Kucha on April 3rd covered the subject of Science and Art: Getting Started in Maine.  Points of View Artists were pleased to be sponsors of this event.  Member Barbara Bean presented images and information on her artwork that depicts plants growing in bogs in Maine.

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