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Support youth opportunities and education, Friday, MARCH 31, 5:30-7:00 PM 

This is a chance to hear all about the youth summer camp, youth creative days, family fun days and more.  Award to a most talented youth will be given. Lots of fun presentations, and great food! Please hear about what we are doing and consider supporting these programs and scholarships. A monthly pledge is welcomed and will help us build enriching art programs for youth and families.  These programs help build the quality of life. Donate to help us buy needed supplies (see list to follow) or rsvp on line to the right of this announcement.

Camp Wish List: Large Canopy, Foldable Light Camp Chairs, Clip Boards,  Paper Rolls, Carpet Squares, balloons, badges, sandwich board, plastic storage bins, Snacks, 50 printed tee shirts, badminton game, twister game, rolling garbage can, 50 backpacks, 4 cases bottled water, paints.


CREATE your own Inspiration Dream Book

Saturday, April 1, 9:00AM - 12:00 PM, 394 York Street

We will make a plain diary or journal into a beautiful piece of art with inspirational and motivational art, quotes, pictures, photos etc. inside. Using an old or new blank paper journal with only a few pages,  we can make it together into an inspirational piece for many uses - to give to Mom, keep for your self, or as a gift to a special friend. We will decorate on the cover and inside pages.

Supplies we suggest you bring:anything you want, and photos(make them at Staples you want toner prints) and a few papers that inspire you, Your favorites quotes

Corrine Gilman is a mixed media artist working in all media from painting, doll making, art journaling and stitch. Her art and making come from her intuitive voice. Fee is $45 - to register call 207-363-4049.

Creative Lab - Starts Wednesday, April 5 

and runs for 8 weeks 3:30-5PM- no class April 19

After School for Youth Ages 6-10

Creative Lab is a multidisciplinary creative play time for after-school including art, storytelling, writing, music, movement and seasonal based activities. The teacher is Corrine Gilman - Multi-media artist. Ages 6-10. See link to the right to register today!

Going Green, March 2 - April 2

With February’s gift of abundant snow just beginning to loosen its grip, many of us are experiencing a hankering for just a bit of green. We look forward with great anticipation for our members to fill the gallery with their interpretations of this theme. From soft greens to green patinas to a luscious verdant green, this show will be an explosion that will thrust us happily into Spring. Consider the many alternative modes of green .... recycled, found objects, re-purposed objects made into art.

We honor two of our favorite sculptors this month. The amazing birds created by Barbara Moon will be on display. Barbara works her special magic with large and small pieces of driftwood and other beach “finds” to give us wonderfully detailed and elegant shorebirds. In addition, the animal sculptures of Dennis Glidden will also be prominently exhibited. Dennis is another master of creat- ing art from recycled and repurposed everyday objects. His gift is to transform tools into imaginative and humorous creatures(see above) from dinosaurs to snakes. Their distinct personalities will bring smiles to all who see them. 

painting by Wendy Hazen - seen and for sale at the show


The theme for April is a playful one. Shapes are the focus. We will welcome art that highlights particular or unique shapes or forms that strike your fancy. Or pieces that invite us to find their underlying shapes. They can be geometric, biomorphic, organic, ink blots, blobs and such. ( My committee gave me such a vocabulary!) Shapes as nature displays them or as your imagination builds with them. This description is not meant to suggest limits but to encourage you to be free. Be serious or whimsical. In any medium. Surprise and delight us. Artists can drop off work on April 2 and 3, 4-6PM.

Opening Night, Friday, April 7th from 5-7PM

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394 York Street (Rt. 1A)

York Harbor, ME 03911

Mailing Address:
PO Box 74

York, ME 03909

  • 09 Feb 2017 9:04 AM | Annette Brennan (Administrator)
    Want to come by for a wine and some painting- no experienced needed?  $20 Please call us to register today at 207-363-4049

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