Waldoboro Village

Second Saturday June - Oct, 4-7pm

Look for the red balloons for participating venues!


1 - Waldoborough Historical Society Museum

1164 Main Street




I WHS will feature the work of Audrey Bechler. We have two of her works for which we will consider reasonable offers. She gave them to us to sell when she moved. We will be open from noon to six on the 13th. 

2 - Mary Mabry Studio

1137 Main Street




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



Pinky will be closed this month.

4 - Heywood Gallery

921 Main Street





 It's a unique ArtWalk Waldoboro celebration at the Heywood Gallery, 921
Main St., Waldoboro, on Saturday, October 13th from 4 - 7 pm.

"I don't mean to rush the season, but this is the final 2018 ArtWalk
Waldoboro, so we're decking our halls," says Heywood with a laugh. All
of the original paintings at the Heywood Gallery are 20% off that day.
"This sale is part of our celebration, and my gift to gallery visitors,"
explains Heywood. "We're taking care to hang some of our visitors'
favorite pieces along with snowscapes and holiday paintings." Two
exciting additions to that day's celebration are handmade holiday
ornaments by Tony Andrea, Scenic Designer and longtime ornament maker
from New York, Heywood holiday cards, and some of the artist's husband's
personal Santa collection.

"My many thanks to those who have visited the Heywood Gallery this
year," says Heywood. "And my deepest gratitude to those gallery visitors
who took a painting "home"! One of the greatest compliments to artists
is to have their pieces collected. A collected painting, one that an
artist creates and another persons falls in love with and purchases, is
the embodiment of "sharing" in the deepest sense of the word. The
support they give me is, in large part why the Heywood Gallery can
continue to be in this beautiful village area of Waldoboro."

5 - Tidemark Gallery

902 Main Street




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




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






Philippe Guillerm Gallery is wrapping up the season with their unforgettable and breath-taking Bahamas Collection of musical sculptures made of driftwood and recycled music instruments.
The collection depicts all the curves and movements of the adrift imagination that Philippe Guillerm is so happy to share with his collectors and art lovers. 

In a burst of blue colors the artist has made the plunge into a refreshing view of free-diving with large scale paintings of under water views and pen & ink collection of how he views the sea life.

The last ArtWalk of the season will be this Saturday October 13 from 4pm to 7pm.

The gallery will be closing its door after the ArtWalk, until next season, to go on their annual sailing adventures that they will share with us during the winter season via various social medias.

In the meantime the team at Philippe Guillerm Gallery wishes you all a wonderful end of season and they look forward to seeing you at the last ArtWalk this Saturday. 

8 - McGrory & Wolf Gallery

9 Friendship Road




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



Featured Artist:

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

10 - Medomak Arts Project

13 Friendship Road






 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




 Maine Craft Weekend is Oct 13-14, along with
Waldoboro ArtWalk on Oct 13.

My showroom and studio will be open from 12pm - 7pm on Saturday to celebrate both the Maine Craft Weekend and the Waldoboro ArtWalk and 12pm - 4pm on Sunday welcoming more people.

Enjoy light refreshments, studio demonstrations and a fine selection of my work! 

12 -Waldo Theatre

916 Main Street



Featured Artist:


The Waldo Theatre will be one of the stops on Saturday, October 13 at Art Walk Waldoboro, which is
held on the second Saturday of each month in June-October, from 4-7 p.m. There are 13 stops along
the walk, including galleries, studios, shops with featured artists, and the Waldoboro Historical
Society. The Waldo Theatre will give tours of the classic art-deco inspired building which was built in 1936 and will also feature the work of local artists on its walls and stage.

The Waldo’s featured artist for October 13, will be Karen Chutsky of Boothbay. Originally hailing from New Jersey, Karen spent time in the Ogunquit arts scene where she owned and operated her own gallery for many years. With a background in textiles, including screen-printing her own line of fabric, Karen also has extensive experience in cut paper animation, illustration, and storyboarding. Currently she is enjoying working with pastels as her medium of choice, explaining, “I love the rough sketchy nature of pastels and the pallet of little crumbling pieces of color.  It's a sophisticated medium. The purity of an artist's drawing hand.”

Many of her works in pastel depicting the Maine coast will be exhibited at the Waldo Theatre for this final Art Walk of the season. Her line of greeting cards using paper collage will be available for sale; all proceeds to benefit the Waldo Theatre efforts to restore the building. You can read more about her work at kallenaartsite.com.

To learn more about Art Walk Waldoboro and to find a map of the route, go to artwalkwaldoboro.com.
To learn more about the Waldo Theatre, and its current efforts to restore and reopen the theatre,
please visit Waldotheatre.org 

13 - Roberta Goshke Studio

604 Bremen Road




  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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