Exhibition Calendar 2017
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May 24 – June 17, 2017
Artist’s Reception: Friday, May 26, 5–7pm
SPRING SHOW 2017Courthouse Gallery Fine Art opens its 2017 season with recent works by Gallery artists: Susan Amons, Janice Anthony, Philip Barter, Lise Becu, Siri Beckman, Jeffery Becton, Judy Belasco, Ragna Bruno, Philip Frey, June Grey, William Irvine, Jessica Lee Ives, Joseph Keiffer, Philip Koch, Judith Leighton, Rosie Moore, Ed Nadeau, John Neville, Linda Packard, Colin Page, Stephen Porter, Alison Rector, Cynthia Stroud, Lilian Thorpe.
June 21 – July 20, 2017
Artist’s Reception: Wednesday, June 28, 5–7pm
PHILIP BARTER: MAINE OASIS
JUDITH LEIGHTON RESTROSPECTIVE
SUSAN AMONS, PHILIP KOCH
BOOK LAUCH & SIGNING: Wednesday, July 12 at 4–7pmJoin us for the launch of Philip Barter: Forever Maine (Marshall Wilkes), a new book by Carl Little on the work and career of Maine painter Philip Barter. At 5:30pm Carl Little will introduce Philip Barter, who will talk about his process and career.
The book launch will be held in conjunction with a solo exhibition for Mr. Barter’s at the Gallery. The exhibition runs from June 21–July 20, 2017. You can reserve a book by calling 207-667-6611, or via our contact page.
July 22 – August 13
Opening Reception: Tuesday July 25, 5–7pm
WILLIAM IRVINE: Walking The Line
JOHN NEVILLE: Solo Show
PHILIP FREY, JEFFERY BECTON
August 16 – September 12, 2017
Artist’s Reception: Wednesday, August 16, 5–7pm
RAGNA BRUNO: Solo Show
ROSIE MOORE: Solo Show
JANICE ANTHONY and ALISON RECTOR:
How the Light Gets In
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, September 6 at 6pm
Alison Rector and Janice Anthony will talk about their work and how they create the illusion of light through the manipulation of of an opaque material (paint) on a two-dimensional surface. Their work is currently in How the Light Gets In, a two-person show at Courthouse Gallery. The lyrics from Anthem, a Leonard Cohen song, was the inspiration for the show.
There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in. —Leonard Cohen, Anthem