Encaustic | Mixed Media Artist
Annie Darling was born in Chicago, Illinois and studied fine art and graphic design at the University of Oregon and the University of Southern Maine where she graduated with a degree in Communication Arts. Annie has enjoyed a distinguished career as an artist, art director, and designer, receiving international acclaim for her visual design work.
An artist reception will be held on Thursday, December 1 at 6 pm. The artist will donate 10% of all art sales to Falmouth Memorial Library.
Kristine Biegel and her mixed media paintings.
kdb, Artist, Photographer, Curious Naturalist
About The Wilderland Project: A One Year Artist Immersion Climate Change Project
“This adventure was inspired by our rapidly changing climate and the opportunity to photograph and document how the shores of the Kennebec River and the beaches look today. The work was methodical, going out most every day, regardless of the weather photographing what was happening, then back into my studio, sorting, posting and making sense of each day’s work. I also created paintings from my images that are inspired by this wildly beautiful spot, just 20 minutes south of Bath Maine.”
This exhibit will be held from mid-May through the end of June. For more information, visit http://www.kdbwilderland.com/
Remember These Ladies: 17th Century Women and the World They Lived In
This exhibit of portrait images of 17th century women (and some men) who lived in a time when women’s roles in society were changing was created by Miriam W. Butts
Just in time for the cool Fall weather! Members of the Cobblestone Quilting group are warmed the walls of the Library with beautiful quilts.
The Civil War Revisted
Through June 15, come see the collection of prints by artist Frank Poole. To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, Falmouth Memorial Library presents The Civil War Revisited, an exhibit of large-format photographic prints taken from the restored original glass plate negatives in the collection of the Library of Congress.
The photographs in this exhibit are available for purchase. Each archival print is tipped onto a sheet of 4-ply acid free Bristol board, with acid free backing. Framed prints are $95.00, unframed $45.00. Quantity discounts available. Please contact Ginny Fox at 207-229-1371 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert M. Kahler
A Sense of Place