Art at Bartlett Woods 2019 - Mid Coast Legacies in Art
In its seventh successful year, Art at Bartlett Woods is pleased to present Mid Coast Legacies in Art. Curated by artist Pam Cabanas, the exhibition celebrates the creative spirit of the artistic families woven into the fabric of life in mid coast Maine. Among the participants are husband and wife teams Alan and Monika Magee as well as Cynthia Hyde and Jim Kinnealy. We also celebrate father and son duo, Bjorn and Tolef Runquist, Fredrick Kuhn and daughter Angela Kuhn, Stephen Hensel and daughter Celia, Phoebe Bly and her brother Noah, Pam Cabanas and her late mother and father, Patience Sampson and her late mother, Nancy Glassman and her late great grandmother, Allison Hill, her late mother and former husband, the fabulous Ted Tihansky, Delly Schweighauser and her late mother Wally, Wally’s father and great niece Valerie Greene, Anne Cronin and her late husband, Constance Kiermaier and her grandson, Ethan Kiermaier and Tim, Susan, and Greta Van Campen.
Bartlett Woods Retirement Community asks you to join us in celebration on Saturday March 2, from 2 – 5 pm for the opening reception for this fascinating exhibition. Refreshments will be served by Chef Aaron. Entertainment by Extension Chord, a Teenage Jazz Trio from Camden.
Please feel free to stop and browse this ongoing art exhibit Monday through Friday during normal business hours.
For more information contact, Mary Eads, Executive Director at Bartlett Woods Retirement Community at 207- 594-1163 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Bartlett Woods Retirement Community, 20 Bartlett Dr, Rockland, ME 04841