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Carl Little

Contributing Editor

Aboard their Gunboat 55 catamaran Thirst, Amy and Seamus Hourihan find watercolor subjects along the coast of Maine.
Through paintings, prints, and songs, the artist Alan Magee responds to civilization and its discontents
Leaning into abstraction, Joanna Logue’s Maine landscapes offer visions of a new world.
Artists and writers find space, time and community on the shores of Lake Hebron.
Master printer David Wolfe helps artists and publishers realize their visions.
A Portland-based artist brings empathy to his vision of history and the world
Printmaker Siri Beckman’s sense of place—and line—makes for memorable impressions.
Photographer Cig Harvey’s images turn small moments into gasps of wonder.
In his series “Ocean Blues,” artist Michael Torlen reflects on the fate of our water planet.
Michael Vermette has become one of Maine’s foremost plein air painters. His most recent subject was the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
Pushing the bird’s-eye view tradition to new heights, Yvonne Jacquette paints landscapes based on studies made from elevated outlooks: planes (small and large), helicopters, tall buildings, and the tops of mountains.
This descendent of Charles Dana Gibson pays homage to Maine fishermen in remarkable watercolors
Greta Van Campen and Mary Alice Treworgy practice a modern-day Precisionism in their paintings.
A brilliant realist, the painter seeks out out-of-the-way places that speak to her sense of place.
Painter Colin Page captures light and life in color-filled canvases.
A remarkable exhibition of lithographic landscapes of the Pine Tree State at Bowdoin College provides a panoramic record of Maine’s towns and cities.
David Graeme Baker’s art explores the angst of youth.
A journalist and surfer sets out to build a boat in his backyard.
Painter Sarah Faragher relies on intuition—and the Maine landscape—in creating her canvases.
As Inspector General of Chinese Maritime Customs, the author’s grandfather admired the watercraft of the country he called home.
In the 1950s, a group of big-city artists established a creative enclave in Lincolnville for cohabitation and collaboration.
A self-described “vegetable paparazzi,” Lynn Karlin creates still lifes as well as profile portraits.
Painter Alison Rector is known for interior views—light-filled spaces, both public and private.
Rosemary Levin is a rug hooker and an environmentalist.
Artist Dan Falt is known for his beguiling wooden animal sculptures.