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Paint Eastport

Eastport ME

Calling artists near and far to Paint Eastport!

For years community members have been celebrating the charm of Eastport through Paint Eastport Day. This year Eastport Gallery plans to expand the experience to 2 magical weeks. One week is for creating, and the following week is for sharing via 3 different auction formats.

This year’s Paint Eastport is dedicated to David Orrell, past president of the Eastport Gallery and inspiration behind Paint Eastport.

New this year, work does not need to be created on a single day, or even in Eastport, but we do encourage artists to go out and create en plein air around town on September 4, in the spirit of David Orrell.

Art submissions will be accepted beginning August 27. For more information about the ways to participate in Paint Eastport 2021, visit www.eastportgallery.com.

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“The Little K Gallery”, one of Maine’s first free little art galleries

Little Free Art Gallery 76 High street, Eastport

This is one of the first free little art galleries (FLAGs) in Maine, located at 76 High Street a few blocks from downtown.
This little gallery was built by local artisans to house the works of local artists, hobbyists, craftspeople - we welcome small works of any form, in any medium.

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Crystal Veil I: an installation by Julia Sinelnikova

North Church Northwest Corner of Washington and High Streets, Eastport

Crystal Veil I reveals the work of Julia Sinelnikova, an interdisciplinary artist who works with holograms, performance, and digital culture. Their light installations have been exhibited internationally, and they have performed widely as The Oracle of Vector Gallery.
Sinelnikova is a StudioWorks alum and this exhibition will be ongoing with open hours TBA for Summer and Fall 2021.

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Artist Exhibit: Jeanne Backhaus

Lubec Landmarks Mulholland Gallery 50 Water Street, Lubec

Jeanne Backhaus is the featured artist at the Mulholland Gallery in Lubec through September 7. Come in and visit a unique gallery!

Part of the McCurdy Smokehouse complex is the former Mulholland Market. It was the first building restored by Lubec Landmarks and now serves as the organization's non-profit gallery (The Mulholland Gallery).

Lubec Landmarks encourages and supports local artists and craftspeople with seasonal shows of their works at the gallery. Purchases made at the gallery and donations made at the museum go to the preservation of the McCurdy Smokehouse complex so that future generations may be educated of the history of the fishing industry in the region.

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Canada and the US Civil War

Grand Manan Museum 1141 Route 776, Grand Manan

Civil War historians and part-time residents Ned and Diane Smith will look at the involvement of soldiers, blockade runners, the Chesapeake Affair, and more in this discussion. Diane and Ned have written six Civil War-related books between them. The most recent, Diane's fourth book, Washington Roebling's Civil War, was published in the summer of 2019. Ned is currently finishing his third book, a history of the last two Union regiments raised in Maine. Admission by donation.