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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 »

Kris Engman Studio

Artist Statement “Until recently, the still-life and landscape paintings have been about color behavior, compositional structure and the simple arrangement of information. I hope to establish a delicate aesthetic, which is perhaps hard to recognize as the role of the subject is understated. Often, with  Read More »

Landmesser Paintings

For most of his professional life, William Landmesser has been a Maine artist, inspired by Maine light’s effect on natural and man-made forms as well as by the rich tradition of Maine art. His paintings are collected internationally, housed in private and public collections. The  Read More »

Leslie Woods

Why paint figures in sport? Sport is where people can be totally absorbed physically, mentally and emotionally, where people function at the essence of being human. Throughout the world, people of all ages ride bikes, run and play sports. I live in Montville but love  Read More »

Lewis Cisle Studio

Lewis Cisle is a complex artist whose artistic expression has both depth and range. His subjects reflect the contrasts of a small industrial town with the rural beauty of Southwestern Ohio, where he was born and raised. Equally important to his art are his boyhood  Read More »

Local Color – Gallery

Local Color Gallery is a new cooperative art gallery featuring 15 midcoast Maine artists. Our mission is to offer artists opportunities to show and sell their work, while supporting the arts community in Belfast. We look forward to participating in the Fourth Friday Art Walks  Read More »

Maine Farmland Trust Gallery

Maine Farmland Trust (MFT) created the Maine Farmland Trust Gallery because of the belief in farming and committed to the future of farming. The vision is of a gallery that captures the vibrancy of Maine’s farms and farmers, the intimate relationship to the earth and  Read More »

Marcie Jan Bronstein

I’m a visual artist who makes symbolic, sensual, and diaristic watercolor paintings. And I'm a travel, culture and urban-loving person who, since 1996, has spent much time living and working in the opposite environment, with lots of solitude, in a reconstructed barn in Belfast. A  Read More »

Maryjean Viano Crowe

Maryjean Viano Crowe creates mixed media three-dimensional works that have a strong physical presence, achieved by the bountiful accumulation of textured papers, plastic toys, and flea market flotsam encrusted in the work. Layer upon layer creates an opulent surface, engaging the viewer to look more  Read More »

Parent Gallery

The Parent Gallery is a collaborative gallery showcasing the work of Neal Parent, Keith Maynard and Joanne Parent, as well as rotating collections from other local Maine artists. The gallery is a participant of the Belfast Friday Night Art Walk. Website  Read More »

Patricia Kaplan

In the fall of 2020, six months after my husband's sudden death, I was writing poetry when a vision appeared out of nowhere. I began to wonder about sending my poetry to friends and acquaintances who I knew to be artistically inclined, whether painting, drawing,  Read More »

Peter Walls

My work is the manifestation of the beauty and mystery I find in my interactions with the natural world. Through the process of experimentation with: pigments, found materials, color and texture, my images are “built” to reveal a narrative for: fish, birds and other living  Read More »

Peter Yesis

Peter is a professional fine artist working from his home studio in Searsport, Maine. He paints seascapes, landscapes, wildlife, still-lifes, and figuratives in oils in a soft realistic style. Peter is a member of Plein Air Painters of Maine and a juried member of Oil  Read More »

Petrea Noyes

I work with machinery and software as well as traditional media to make my art…a Gateway computer, Intous tablet, HP Scanjet, Picture Window 4.5, Adobe Essentials, Corel Painter X and an Epson Pro 9800 archival 44” printer. Over the past 14 years I have developed  Read More »

Sochor Studio – Lesia Sochor

Sustaining an idea until it’s ripe, one begins the process……. Stretching and gessoing a canvas is a discipline Lesia Sochor has done for forty years. What is put to that canvas is a narrative told in paint prompted by personal experiences. Her series Threads began  Read More »