The 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial proves to be a tangle of work from talented artists. Helen Greenbriar examines Alison Ferris’ curatorial choices in this already-controversial show.
In her solo show BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME, Julie K. Gray maps her failures in attempting to “to explore the unknown through paranormal and spiritual means.” by Benjamin Spalding
Narciso Philostratus’ review of Elizabeth Fox’s latest paintings reveals unabashed religiosity, technical sophistication, and a fresh sense of humor. by Jeffrey Ackerman
Ashleigh Burskey and Catnip James examine the state of Maine’s art through the lens of the Portland Museum of Art’s 2015 Biennial.
Freddy LaFage’s new body of work at Perimeter Gallery in Belfast, Maine, explores the struggle of time and the process of letting ideas emerge. by Kathy Weinberg
A survey of curators, critics, and artists reveals what we think of as “Maine” art. Jacob Fall investigates in this introduction to a series.