Friday, December 2, 2011
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Art For Dogs Sake -Nov 19 Cape Elizabeth, ME
A super way to feel good even before the gift giving begins is to come to the following show to see us, and to help some homeless pooches :D
Saturday, November 19 · 10:00am - 4:00pm
Sprague Hall, Cape Elizabeth, MAINE
1 Charles Jordan Road, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Lucky Pup Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to placing dogs in a ‘forever home’ where the needs of the dog and the life style of the adopting family are met ensuring many happy years together. They work to re-home both local dogs in need (regardless of breed) and southern dogs from overcrowded shelters. They have helped place over 900 dogs in 4 short years!
Directions: From Portland cross the Casco Bay Bridge and head South on Route 77. You will pass the IGA Shopping Center & Cape Elizabeth High School both on the Right. Just after Cape High turn Right on FOWLER ROAD, follow to the end. Directly across the intersection is Sprague Hall.
to showcase high quality arts and crafts by women artisans and benefit local, nonprofit services that support women and their families. In past years we have worked with breast cancer support groups, transition to work programs, art/therapy retreats, shelters, and counseling programs.
The IAA's 38th Annual Holiday Craft Fair features high quality crafts by Mount Desert Island area artisans in a wide range of media including pottery, jewelry, knits, photography, quilting, handcrafted bags, handblown glass, woodworking and more. Proceeds from food sales help support the heating costs of the MDI YWCA. Free IAA shopping bag to the first customer for each vendor each day. Free coffee on Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Free cookies on Saturday from 1 to 3 pm. Free gift wrapping for IAA purchases all day on Saturday.
, Bar Harbor, Dec. 2 & 3
Designing Women in Portland, Maine
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
In the show, “Land and Sea” Rebecca Krupke teams up with Ken and Linda Perrin of Atlantic Art Glass to explore the idea of solids and liquids within their artistic mediums. Whether captured on canvas through images of the land and sea or formed from molten glass, both are interconnected with the landscapes and seascapes that drive their artistic works.
This is the first exhibit for Krupke in the Ellsworth region; the exhibit will feature over a dozen original oil paintings intermingled with the Perrin’s glasswork.
Rebecca has shown in over twenty International Juried Exhibitions throughout the United States, Canada, Ireland and Italy.
She received a grant in 2003 from the Printmakers' Council of Charlottetown to be an artist-in-residence and subsequently spent six months in Prince Edward Island, Canada producing a concentrated body of prints, paintings and drawings.
In March 2007, Rebecca exhibited at the Galleria Sottoportego in conjunction with the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy. As a Visiting Artist, Krupke taught courses on mono-printing techniques.
Her work concentrates on a moment in time. Drastic control of light sets a mood in the viewer.
Preparing for this show Krupke says,“Light casts life, sparkling, casting shadows and shining...Oil paintings and glasswork are liquids slipping into solids. Both reflect nature, and personal connections and both are elements of the earth taking new shape through the artists’ vision."
Press, The Edge
Press, Village Soup
Monday, May 23, 2011
Ken in Erica Gordon's Class
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
The group from the Holbrook School was super fun, the kids were almost as enthusiastic as their chaperones and teacher, Lynn Nickerson! We truly enjoyed showing them up close and personal how something so hot can be so cool!!