is back for 2021!
After a year off due to the pandemic, the Boothbay Region Art Foundation again will be holding the their annual juried exhibit that is open to all full and part time Maine residents who work in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and mixed media. The juror for this year's show was Keith Oehmig, an accomplished painter and the Director of the Wiscasset Bay Gallery. He chose 63 pieces for the show, representing the work of 41 artists. I entered two sculptures, "Visceral Torso" and Unintended Baggage", and, I'm happy to say, both were juried into the show. The show will run from Oct.ober 14th through Nov. 14th, Thurs. - Sun., 11am - 5 pm.
Gallery, Anne Haas, former Bowdoin College art librarian, and freelance art curator Wes Lafountain. Out of the 587 pieces submitted, the jurors chose 179 by 108 artists for this year's exhibition. Again, I'm happy to say that my plaster relief sculpture entry,"Of One Mind", was juried into the show. Net proceeds from the '21 show will be donated to the Yarmouth Food Pantry, St. Elizabeth's Jubilee Center, and the Friendship House. The show will run Wednesday through Friday from October 20-22 (10 am-7 pm), and on Saturday, October 23 (10 am-3 pm) at St. Bartholomew's Epsicopal Church in Yarmouth.