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ArtWaves, the name that artist Liz Cutler gave her new gallery, is apt. The arts activist and entrepreneur is determined to make some serious waves […]

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BAR HARBOR — The First Friday Art Walk this Friday kicks off the art walk season in style with 22 participating establishments. There are events […]

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Maine’s slogan: “The Way Life Should Be,” sounds a bit romantic until one meets the Fishers in Prospect Harbor. They are the poster family for […]

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Two years ago, artists and El El Frijoles taqueria proprietors Michele Levesque and Michael Rossney purchase an old vending machine — the low-slung kind that […]

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The Salty Dog Gallery in Southwest Harbor is more than a place to display and sell art. Owners Philip and Joan Steel have created a […]

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To the ancient Greeks, the wind had divine powers. The earliest documented weathervane depicted Triton, the messenger of the sea, and was built atop the […]

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Outside, a cool ocean breeze washes over the manicured lawn of the circa 1855 Maine farmhouse overlooking Bass Harbor. Herring gulls squall overhead. Hand-crafted buoys […]

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For decades, flower and doily-patterned glass plates have graced many Schoodic Peninsula homes and beyond. The vibrant, one-of-a-kind glass tableware is the creation of Lee […]

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Driving down Main Street in this coastal village, a flash of stained glass catches the eye. The piece, composed of clear Depression glass plates and […]

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The Cynthia Winings Gallery is abuzz as scores of folks eye the vibrant artwork gracing the clean white walls on opening day. It’s clear Blue […]

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Tall granite sculptures dot a garden overflowing with greenery. A dozen chickens strut aimlessly while a cover of Harry Nilsson’s “Everybody’s Talkin’” plays in the […]

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Eastport is quiet in the morning. Two visitors stroll up and down the sidewalk along the coast, looking for a good spot to eat breakfast. […]

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Balinese temple flags are not a typical sight in Maine. But if you’re driving down Route 3 in Trenton, the waving banners catch the eye […]

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Where artist Louise Bourne goes, her supplies go, too. It could be her wallet-sized watercolor kit, which tucks neatly into her purse.

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Serendipity. That’s the word photographers Gerry Monteux and Jessie Selah use to describe how they came to be business partners, sharing gallery and studio space […]

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