Maya Williams, the city’s youngest poet laureate, says “poetry is a way to feel less alone.”
Gracing the walls of Chase’s Daily, the artwork of Perimeter Gallery transforms daily routines into cultural experiences.
Featuring 25 Maine artists, this juried exhibition celebrates art and creativity in the Pine Street State.
Known for his large-scale public installations, Aaron T Stephan doesn’t want to create work that everyone likes.
Annika Earley, who manages Speedwell Projects in Portland, weaves folklore and magic into her artwork.
Rusty Lamer, who specializes in creating installations for kids, lends his whimsical designs to the museum’s new location.
Cassidy Point on Commercial Street provides much-needed studio space for Maine artists.
Hiking and kayaking up and down Maine’s coast with his easel in tow, painter Timothy Wilson captures the state’s dramatic landscape.
Buoy Gallery is a blank canvas for art of all kinds.