Events downtown

Apr 01

From A Woman’s Perspective A Group Exhibition Of Visual Art Created By Women
Location: 15 Epps Street, Portland, Maine 04108, US
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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If you are in or around Portland, Maine this March stop in Richard Boyd Art Gallery to see a great annual exhibition of paintings and sculptures created by a group of highly regarded, nationally renowned, and established women artists with different perspectives, and interests joined by their love of creating art.

Visual art created by women is underrepresented in museums and galleries around the globe. So, let’s change this. Help celebrate women and the contributions they make to the arts and our society on a daily basis.

The exhibition showcases paintings created by women using innovative and traditional techniques and includes works by artists’ Amy Bickford – gouache, Deena S. Ball – watercolor, Patricia Chandler – oil and cold wax medium, Carrin Culotta – oil, Wyn Foland – mixed media, Jane Herbert – acrylic, Jen Pagnini – mixed media, Felicity Sidwell – oil, and sculptures by Laura Freeman.

The exhibit is open free of charge every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM through March 30th, 2024. Additional days and times by chance or appointment.

For more information contact the gallery by phone at (207)-712-1097, email or visit the gallery’s website at .

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Image of ‘Curtis Cove at Sunset a 36” x 32” oil on linen landscape painting by nationally renowned Maine artist and educator Patricia Chandler.