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Hills to Sea Trail

In September 2016 trail volunteers completed the last section of the 47-mile footpath linking Unity Village with City Point in Belfast where the languid Passagassawakeag River enters Belfast Harbor. Across the street from the Hills to Sea Trailhead is the northeast terminus of the Belfast  Read More »

Hutchinson Center

The Hutchinson Center is an outreach campus for the University of Maine. Located in Belfast Maine, The Hutchinson Center serves as an educational and cultural hub for the mid-coast community. Whether you’re working towards your Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree, taking non-credit courses, or hosting a  Read More »

Ile Ife Films and the Arthur Hall Collection

Ile Ife Films and the Arthur Hall Collection is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) historical society dedicated to the arts and education. Founded in 1994 by the inspirational artist and humanitarian Arthur Hall (1934-2000), the organization is responsible for the preservation and dissemination of the Arthur Hall  Read More »

In Joy Emporium and Three Raven’s Reiki

Deborah Diemer–fiber artist, sewing lessons, Reiki master teacher, organic gardener, and passionate lover of ducks & dogs–offers handmade items through her listings below. Deborah also offers private or group sewing, spinning, weaving and Reiki lessons. Through Three Ravens Reiki, Deborah offers intuitive, healing, relaxing Reiki  Read More »

Isaac Wright

Isaac Wright originally hales from the Bangor area. In 2009 he moved to Belfast because he could not keep his dog, Bugsy, where he was living. Wright visited Belfast with musician Eric Green for whom he designed the Eric Green Party logo and hats. People’s  Read More »

James Macdonald – JMac Wood Design

James Macdonald has been creating artwork, furniture, and guitars featuring marquetry and inlay work at his studio in Burnham, Maine since 1989. Before setting out on his own he spent time cabinetmaking, guitar-making, and boat-building in Connecticut. Possibly one of the last back-to-the-landers, he moved  Read More »

Jan Owen Art

Our age of computer technology is as exciting as when Gutenberg developed the printing press. While digitized information soars through space, I write with pens and brushes. Independent of technology, the power and beauty of words are constant; the depth of thought and leap of  Read More »

Jeffrey Ackerman and Kathy Weinberg

Jeffrey and Kathy work on painting, and sculpture in a timber frame workshop and studio that they built, themselves from timber milled by a neighbor on the Weymouth Road in Morrill. Their artwork, painting and sculptures are based on aspects of ancient art combined with  Read More »

Jessica Michael Photography

Every face on my site is a real woman, with a real story. The perfect gift for any woman to give herself is a day of pampering, and the photographic proof that yes, you are beautiful and sexy, and if you happen to have a  Read More »

Jeweled Horizons

J eweled Horizons: Jewelry where each piece tells a story of history, culture, travel and fashion. The beads that I use are all unique. They are either very old, handmade, well-traveled glass beads, or semi-precious hand cut beads from artisans in Third World Countries. I  Read More »

Jon Byrer Art

My work is my view of the complex beauty in the Maine landscape. From bodies of water to country roads, I strive to capture the movement in each scene. My art is inspired by Maine’s raw natural beauty and the architecture and culture of the  Read More »

Jon Linn Gallery

The Jon Linn Gallery shares space with Tech Environmental offices at 33a Front St. We are at the base of Main St. right next to The Purple Baboon Gift Shop. Find us at jonlinngallery.com The gallery is open during Belfast’s 4th Friday Art Walks and  Read More »

Kathi Peters – Cob Cottage Studio

F From the sanctuary of our small Maine horse farm I have found subjects that inspire me to paint them. Light and shadow call out to be put on canvas. I move from realism to abstraction, mixing the two …. I see color, edges, movement  Read More »

Kay Sullivan Studio

Kay Sullivan’s drawings and paintings portray nature’s energy. They are a reflection on time’s passing: its rhythms, cycles, seasons. Emphasizing marks and materials, she strives to maintain a balance allowing the landscape to emerge with her marks. These marks are the evidence she leaves of  Read More »

Kenny Cole Studio

K Kenny Cole’s art is intuitive, often political and reflects a clear fluency of contemporary issues, fitting neatly into the continuum of modern art. Kenny shows his work in the Mid Coast area of Maine, in Portland, Maine, in N.Y.C. and internationally. He offers interactive  Read More »