We have new shows year round...

 

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November 9 - January 25

Karen Adrienne

Remarkable 3-dimensional monoprints… and more.

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march 22 - april 13

john carnes

An imaginative odyssey in watercolor.

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MAY 24 - june 16

BERNADETTE DE CESARE

Richly colorful, abstract pastel dreamscapes. Opening reception on Friday, May 24th from 5 to 7 PM - music and light refreshments!

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juan martinez - summer 2019

Remarkable flower-petal mandala collages from the Urubamba Valley of Peru, near Machu Picchu.

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mary teichman - preview

now on display

Brilliant light and intense dark luminosity… come see what we mean in a collection of amazing color etchings.

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gene shaw - popup show

august 10

Special show for Gene Shaw’s magnificent and sometimes monumental woodcut prints; reception for the artist Saturday, August 10, 1-5 pm.

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February 1 - March 15

Park St. Drawing Group

Group show of life drawings by Bath’s Park Street Drawing Group

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april 19 - May 11

sherrie york

Exquisite linocuts of the natural world.

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JUNE 21 - JULY 14

OLGA MERRILL

Imaginative, evocative, abstract photographs.

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jean gumpper - June 22

Nationally recognized master printmaker Jean Gumpper will be at the Green Lion for a special reception and show on Saturday, June 22. Many of her wonderful multi-layered reduction woodcuts will stay with us afterwards.

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July 19 - August 12

Group exhibit of new work from members of central Maine’s dynamic community of printmakers.

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richard william blanchard

August 16 - September 15

Contemporary abstract landscape paintings, inspired by the northern world.

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3rd Anniversary show - new work and new artists

opening September 20

We have several new artists and dozens of new works in the gallery. What better occasion than our third anniversary to see the new work, and how far we’ve come since we opened our doors on Front Street in October of 2016.

Image: Seventh Day of Summer, Amanda Lilleston