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Harlow 2.0 Public Reception

October 12, 2017

You are invited! Join us for an artists' reception for “Harlow 2.0”, the debut art exhibition at our new location at 100 Water Street, in downtown Hallowell. Join the artists for the first reception in the new location on Friday, October 13 from 5-7pm. “Harlow 2.0”, representing a range of genres and media, is on view September 23 through November 4, 2017. Hours are Thursday through Saturday noon-6pm.

Participating artists include Karen & Ru Allen, Nancy Keenan Barron, Nancy Bixler, Chris Cart, Gayle Chung, Arielle Cousins, Megan Ingrid Alyssa Daigle, K Scott Davis, Matt Demers, Whitney Gill, Becky Havens, Judy Herman, Pamela Hetherly, Nancy Holland, Bob Katz, Eddie Leaman, Barb Loken, David Malia, Allison McKeen, Kay Morris, Anita Morrissey, Linda Clowes Murray, Peter Precourt, Judith Schuppien, Oliver Solmitz, Christine Ruhl Sullivan, Sally M. Wagley, and more. 

Ceramic work by guest artist Tim Christensen is also on view during Harlow 2.0 in tandem with his solo exhibition “30 Days at Sea” at Center for Maine Craft on view October 5-November 19, 2017. The exhibition features new works created during, and in response to, the artist’s 2017 journey to Sydney, Australia via container ship. For more information please visit:http://mainecrafts.org/october-5-november-19-new-work-by-tim-christensen/

The Harlow Gallery, located at 160 Water Street will remain open into the spring of 2018. The current exhibition is POW!, an art exhibition of original comics as well as artwork inspired by comics, which on view September 8 through October 21, 2017. Gallery hours at 160 Water Street are Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm.

For more information please visit harlowgallery.org or call 207-622-3813.

The Harlow Gallery located in downtown historic Hallowell is home to the Kennebec Valley Art Association, a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in central Maine since 1963. Exhibitions are always free and open to the public.


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