Arts & Entertainment

At Gallery Mozelle, color and quality are common threads, whether it’s bold, mod-shaped enameled copper necklaces or zigzag- and dot-patterned glassware.

Two decades later, French conductor Ludovic Morlot will return to Hancock’s Monteux School and Music Festival to celebrate the world-renowned program’s 75th anniversary this summer. […]

Steve Valleau came to the Wendell Gilley Museum in 1985 looking for a summer job and he hasn’t left since. Valleau is the museum’s carver-in-residence […]

Walking into the Eastport Fabric Emporium, a kaleidoscope of colors and patterns greets the eye. True to its name, the Water Street store stocks all […]

A regular customer stopped in recently at Blue Hill Books looking for Elizabeth Rosenthal’s newly-released “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How […]

For art lovers, the Downeast landscape boasts striking outdoor stone sculptures that pop up in 28 towns from Bucksport to Calais. Twenty-two more pieces await […]

From a distance, Jennifer Judd-McGee’s designs look like intricate drawings sketched with a fine-point pen. One piece depicts stick-thin trees on a green background. In […]

Dana Beal, Charles Alley, Melrose Beal and Mark Carver huddle around a well-worn wood table, where a steel cribbage board is the centerpiece, at Moosabec […]

Interestingly, food at the Wharf Gallery & Grill was an afterthought, just a way to lure people into the photo gallery.

It’s been 40 years, since Sherry and Ivan Rasmussen have created art — from origami stars and pottery to stained glass and watercolors — on and around West Street.

Looking to toss out mussel shells, sardine cans, crab parts, a broken shovel or an old pair of high heels? Such materials serve as canvases […]

Amelia Poole uses the process known as eco-printing to make one-of-a-kind scarves, quilts, notecards and garments.

“Everyone give me a great, big lumberjack yo-ho!” Tina Scheer, widely known as “Timber Tina,” bellowed to an enthusiastic crowd on a warm summer evening. […]

Thirty five years ago, 11 Mount Desert Island area artisans came together with one simple goal. “The main mission was to provide a space for […]

The fresh smell of wood shavings and light scent of tung oil filled the airy ground-floor workshop at Geoffrey Warner Studio in Stonington. The pleasant […]