Sunday, January 30, 2011

Spindleworks Exhibit - Sneak Peek #1



Betty Carter: House In the Country

I wasn't exaggerating when I said the work in the upcoming Mosaic: Spindleworks at the Harlow Gallery exhibit was inspiring and fantastic. Every time I look at these pieces I just wish it were me that had made them! Well, here's a sneak peek-- more to come! Keep your eye out.

Emilie Williams: Shawl & Placemats

Diane Black & Minton Warren: Woven Doorstops

Emma Becker: Azaleas

Thomas Ridlon: Colonial

Kelly Weingart: Pez People

Terri Snape: Landscape on Map

Earl Black: Playful Cupboard

Angela Alderete: Alan Jackson

Opening Date: Friday, February 18, 5-8 pm – Free and open to the public
Opening sponsored by us at Sweetland Retreat

Gallery Talk: Thursday, February 24, 2011, 7-8:30pm — $3 suggested donation

Exhibition on View: February 16-26, 2011 – free and open to the public

In February the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell will present Mosaic, an exhibition featuring work by the artists of Spindleworks. Located in Brunswick, Maine, Spindleworks is an art center providing studio and gallery space to 41 artists. The program is one of many arms of Independence Association, an agency whose mission is to assist children and adults with disabilities in achieving full and inclusive lives in their chosen community. Harlow Gallery, 160 Water St, Hallowell, ME

-JRB

4 comments:

Lindy said...

This stuff is amazing. The show is sure to be a success!

Martha Horman said...

Wonderful - thanks for sharing. I wish I could come and see it.

Linda said...

Wow! This show is great; everything is outstanding ... can't wait to see more. You've done a great job curating.

jcsvisuals said...

Beautiful, thank you for sharing.