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Bartlett Woods hosts Pre-Art Walk Event June 7th

Posted May 30, 2019

Bartlett Woods Retirement Community invites the public to a free PRE–ART WALK EVENT. Art fans can begin the Rockland First Friday Art Walk viewing the Midcoast Legacies in Art Exhibition, on view at Bartlett Woods, 20 Bartlett Drive (just off Talbot Ave, west of Broadway) from 3 -5 pm on Friday, June 7th. The event is free and open to the public.

Mid Coast Legacies in Art includes over 30 works (2D and 3D) by well-known local artists and the generations of their creative families. Curator Pam Cabañas will give a talk and tour of the show at 3:30pm.

“Pam has been our curator for years, and each beautiful exhibition has focused on local talent from our region,” confirmed Mary Eads, Executive Director at Bartlett Woods. “This show is particularly meaningful, as it focuses on families of artists living and working nearby, many of whom are icons of Maine Contemporary Art. We hope First Friday fans will start their afternoon with us, enjoy Pam’s talk, savor some refreshments, and appreciate an intimate view of life and art, Midcoast style.”

Artists represented in the exhibition include: Alan and Monika Magee; Cynthia Hyde and Jim Kinnealey; father and son duo Björn and Tolef Runquis;, Fredrick Kuhn and daughter Allegra Kuhn; Stephen Hensel and daughter Celia; Phoebe Bly and her brother Noah; Pam Cabañas and her late mother and father; Patience Sampson and her late mother; Nancy Glassman and her late great grandmother; Allison Hill and her late mother and late former husband Ted Tihansky; Delly Schweighauser and her late mother Wally, Wally’s father and her great niece Valerie Greene; Anne Cronin and family; Constance Kiermaier and grandson Ethan; and last but not least, Tim, Susan, and Greta Van Campen.

For more information, visit www.bartlettwoods.com or call 207-594-2745.

About Bartlett Woods: Bartlett Woods Retirement Community, founded in 1998, is a 501(c)3 non-profit, 55+ apartment facility featuring 58 one and two bedroom apartments with both Independent and Assisted Living rental options. Led by Executive Director Mary Eads and a staff of 40, Bartlett Woods is one of the smallest communities in Maine yet offers a full spectrum of support services and lifestyle enrichments that are setting a new standard in active adult living. Located in Rockland, ME, visit www.bartlettwoods.com or call 207-594-2745. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.