Daniel Kany Reviews “One of a Kind” Exhibit

http://www.pressherald.com/life/audience/educational-excellent-monotypes-at-the-harlow-gallery_2010-09-12.html Here is an excerpt from Daniel Kany’s review of our show at the Harlow Gallery: “The Harlow’s “One of a Kind” is a handsome show of about 50 framed monotypes and monoprints by six Maine artists. It is interesting and enjoyable for the professional, the practitioner and the public.” “I also liked Robin Brooks’ [...]

Stolen: One year ago today…

This is the one year anniversary of the discovery that my collage “In the Woods” was missing and presumed stolen from the Topsham Public Library where it was on view to the public.  While it was a disturbing experience, ultimately the theft of my collage motivated me to continue working. My new work in monotype [...]

One of A Kind: Monotype-The Unique Print

One of a Kind: Monotype-The Unique Print An Exhibition of Six Printmakers at the Harlow Gallery Claudia Brahms-Robin Brooks Corliss Chastain-Christine J. Higgins Marguerite Ogden-Kris Sader September 2-September 26, 2010 I studied monotype printmaking at Parsons School of Design in New York while a graduate student in painting (1982-84) and fell in love with the [...]

8 x 10 x 80 at the Harlow Gallery

On view December 4-13, 2009.  Opening 5-8 pm, Friday the 4th. 8 x 10 x 80 is a fundraiser to support arts programming at the Harlow– 8″ x 10″ works of art at just $80 each.  I am offering two small monotype collage pieces.  I am displaying Yellow House and Woods, two mixed media pieces.  [...]

Opening at Harlow Gallery on Friday February 20th

Opening of Art on Our Own Time: Young at Art the Teachers. Friday February 20th — 5-8pm    With live music by STONE QUARRY XPRESS.    Exhibition continues through March 8th. I am showing two plein air studies of the Androscoggin River as seen from the second floor of Mill 2, Fort Andross.  The first study, (below right), [...]

Art2008 at the Harlow Gallery

  I decided to enter this show at the last minute, and spend the final day for submissions matting and framing two pieces.  Both pieces were juried into the show.  A few days before the opening, I was delighted to learn that Kitchen Vase was chosen for the “Best in Show” award. (from the Art2008 [...]