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East Blue Hill art educator and children’s book illustrator Rebekah Raye joined Birdsacre President and owl handler Grayson Richmond to create a learning experience full of creativity.

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The skies were gray and rainy, but that didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 200 people from packing into Bucksport’s newly opened Lighthouse Arts […]

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“What do you do all winter?” visitors often ask Mainers, conjuring up images of a desolate landscape and cultural wasteland. Nothing could be farther from […]

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Opened in 1981, the Wendell Gilley Museum was created to celebrate the work of Gilley (1904-1983), who is regarded as a pioneer in the field of decorative bird carving.

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On Main Street in Winter Harbor, Works of Hand’s front yard overflows with red roses, white and pink peonies, purple irises and yellow lady’s mantle.

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Nervous Nellie’s Jams and Jellies offers 15 kinds of jarred delights at its far-flung retail shop along winding Sunshine Road.

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Overlooking Blue Hill Bay, Rackcliffe Pottery sits atop Greene’s Hill on Route 172 in Blue Hill.

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Bar Harbor’s Abbe Museum is dedicated to telling the story of the Wabanaki people, the original inhabitants of New England and southeastern Canada.

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The Eastport mermaid as it neared completion
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Sculpting the Eastport mermaid wasn’t Richard Klyver’s idea. Back in 2009, the local artist wanted to create nine sculptures of invertebrate sea creatures to decorate the town’s […]

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Interior of the Jud Hartmann Gallery
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As a young boy, Jud Hartmann enjoyed painting and studying the history of Native American tribes of the Northeastern United States. Those passions are melded […]

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On a sunny morning in Nervous Nellie’s kitchen, cooks Emma Merritt and Patty Heanssler are up to their elbows in blueberry jam. “We work all […]

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SULLIVAN — Last winter’s extraordinary snowfalls were tough on a lot of people and structures and Philip Barter’s art gallery in Sullivan was no exception. […]

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“I believe in curating a collection of work that has a young, fresh feel.” — jeweler Cara Romano

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Mary Eaton's sea glass collection
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Little Deer Isle artist Mary Eaton, armed with an oil seascape, was on her way by boat to an art show when she noticed a […]

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Bucksport’s longtime paper mill closed late last year. Now, an offensive is well under way against the idea — put forward by some after the […]

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