Waldoboro Village

Second Saturday June - Oct, 4-7pm

Look for the red balloon for participating venues!

Venues

1 - Waldoborough Historical Society Museum

1164 Main Street

207.832.4421

info@waldoborohistory.us

www.waldoborohistory.us


In the Society’s three on-site buildings, one will find many artifacts including paintings, sketches, and photos from Waldoboro’s past. Permanent displays of quilts, Waldoboro rugs, cross stitch, and silhouettes as well as boats, ship models and other creative pieces are on view. During ARTWALK, a local artist of the past is featured. We are open from 12-4:30 for ArtWalk. 

2 - Mary Mabry Studio

1137 Main Street

207.832.7396

mabrymary1@gmail.com

www.marymabry.com


Mary Mabry's studio features her oil paintings in the painterly realism style.  Her studio is open for Artwalk Waldoboro and also by chance and by appointment. 

3 - Pinky LaRue

995 Main Street

207.542.1652

www.facebook.com/pinkylarue


Pinky will be closed this month.

4 - Heywood Gallery

921 Main Street

508.982.6166

anne@anneheywood.com

www.anneheywood.com


 

"Signs of Fall"

The Heywood Gallery, celebrates ArtWalk Waldoboro on Saturday, September 8th with “Signs of Fall”, a show of paintings depicting stupendous skies full of movement, nature turning warm colors, gourds, and squashes. “Fall is one of my favorite times of the year — Mother Nature outdoing herself with her splashes of color,” says Anne Heywood, owner and featured artist of the Heywood Gallery. “I truly hate to say good-bye to summer, but as an artist I am particularly attracted to the excitement of summer changing to fall. I extend that concept beyond the “pretty foliage” landscape, to include scenes that elicit moods and still life's that carry a feeling to the viewer.”


5 - Tidemark Gallery

902 Main Street

207.832.5109

postcard@tidemarkgallery.com

www.tidemarkgallery.com


Featured Artist:

 André E. Benoit Constructs at Tidemark Gallery

August 11, Waldoboro’s Second Saturday Artwalk, launches a show of new work by André Benoit of Harpswell and Boothbay Harbor renown. Using odds and ends and things others might just throw away, he makes art that’s fun and light-hearted. His process is long and fascinating, "what I most enjoy about my work with salvaged materials are the stories behind my acquisition of them, and the opportunity to meld unrelated pieces into a composition that commands a second look.

To learn more about this artist, please visit http://andrebenoit-art.com



6 - Valerie Greene Studio

149 Jefferson Street

559.269.5512

vgreeneartist@gmail.com

www.valeriegreene.net


An eclectic array of colorful art in a working studio.  Works in encaustic, acrylic and small mixed media are available with various Maine subjects.





7 - Philippe Guillerm Gallery

882 Main Street

207.701.9085

philippeguillermgallery.gmail.com

www.guillermsculptures.com

 

Philippe Guillerm Gallery will 

open its doors to celebrate the wonderful summer with “TA DA!” a One-Man-Show exhibit. 

The gallery will exhibit a selection of sculptures, drawings and paintings by the well known artist Philippe Guillerm. 

“TA DA!” a One-Man-Show is a powerful exhibit that depicts the power of recycling, an artist's vision of how, with what he see and what he finds, transforms objects into pieces of art. His medium: driftwood.

Philippe has been traveling along the shores of many islands, bays and on many oceans in the quest to salvage that special piece of adrift wood that will speak to him. Philippe also questions our sensibilities in preserving nature with his very powerful paintings of underwater views and earth looking shells.

8 - McGrory & Wolf Gallery

9 Friendship Road

207.790.1427

wolfgang@mcgroryandwolf.com

mcgroryandwolf.com


The gallery features works of Polly and Wolfgang. American Realism in oil and acrylic.

Seascapes, landscapes, winsome animals.

Unusual compositions, clever iconic portraits.

9 - Long Winter Soap Co.

11 Friendship Road

info@longwinterfarm.com

www.longwinterfarm.com


Featured Artist:

 Waldoboro artist Debe Loughlin with her beautiful canotypes will be joining us this month. 

10 - Medomak Arts Project

13 Friendship Road

207.832.4774

flossie@midcoast.com

jminzy@gmail.com

www.facebook.com/MedomakArts

www.medomakartsproject.org


 A community arts center with a focus on  fostering creativity in the Medomak Valley region.

 

Featured Artists:

  

The Natural and the Unnatural

A Preview

September 8, 2018 Waldoboro Art Walk

Two printmakers join forces to depict the real and the surreal of their lives., or at least their art.They grew up in the same Waldoboro neighborhood in the 70’s and 80’s and have been friends since nursery school days. Perhaps it was playing along (and in) the Medomak River that gave them their eye for detail, creative spirit, and love of art.

Anne Wooster has been an artist and lover of nature since age two, when she painted her entire body. After graduating from Medomak Valley High School she attended the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.  The Warren Community School was the next stop on her journey. While attending Haystack School of Art with other teachers, she discovered and fell in love with Monotype printing of Maine flora. Monotypes are reminiscent of photography and yet feel like painting. Each print uses live plant material; no two print are the same. Anne gathers her printing material from gardens, fields, forests, and the seashore as she and her partner, Steven Peaslee, travel across the country with their artwork.         

Scott Minzy doodled through that same Medomak Valley High School. His path to art was an interesting one. He studied Communications at Curry College and found himself in the world of Public Relations and Corporate Sales. Trying his hand at art was a respite from that life. Looking for a more authentic life, he returned to Maine and earned a Bachelors of Fine Art at USM. He teaches fine art and digital media at Erskine Academy while also working at his studio in Pittston. Scott’s work addresses the universal themes of fear, regret, and longing.These feelings are made manifest with an intricate network of wiry, anatomical lines, delicate and twisted. Relief printing is a way to depict both inner turmoil and outer physicality of the human form at one time. His artwork has been included in the collection of Bowdoin College, and exhibited and screened in the US and Europe.

11 - Sara Hotchkiss

Old Point Comfort

28 Pitcher Rd.

Waldoboro, ME 04572

207-832-8133

 sararugweaver@gmail.com

www.sarahotchkiss.com


Handwoven textiles for the home specializing in rugs for floor and wall.  A selection of work is available for sale here or custom ordered for your exact needs. Located at Old Point Comfort, Sara’s artistic home, gardens, and studio. Please inquire about workshops in rug weaving and tapestry.  Open during Waldoboro ArtWalk and year-round by appointment.

Stop on by for a look at my new work.

12 -Waldo Theatre

916 Main Street

207.315.1569

www.waldotheatre.org


Featured Artist:


 

The Waldo’s featured artists for September 8, will be Waldoboro’s own Eleanor’s Crown. Eleanor's Crown is the husband and wife duo of Joe and Lindsay Cough. Originally from Bar Harbor, they recently relocated to Waldoboro to be closer to Joe's work as a teacher for the Midcoast Music Academy in Rockland. They boast a beautiful mix of Celtic, Scandinavian, and American folk music, as well as a few fantasy bard and tavern songs.


 



13 - Roberta Goshke Studio

604 Bremen Road

207.832.4452

rgoschke1@gmail.com

www.robertagoschke.com


  My website is www.robertagoschke.com Lots of small unframed paintings for sale in the studio this month and my new work in the gallery. Light refreshments available too. 



Roberta was born in New Castle, PA. Her drawing interest began in childhood and continued through high school and a 20 year US Army career.

During her military service, Roberta also attended the Art League School in Alexandria, VA. She began life drawing sessions there in 1984 and continues this essential practice into the present.  She brings the same passion for figure drawing to landscape painting “all in one go” and views it as an equal endless challenge of decision making and using time wisely before the moment disappears or the weather changes or the figure moves.

Roberta lives in Maine where she paints landscape, still life and portraits. Her work is in many private collections and can be viewed at her studio/gallery in Waldoboro, The Wiscasset Bay Gallery, Ingram Art and Antiques, Wiscasset, and The Adam Cave Gallery, Raleigh NC.

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