STROLL THE HISTORIC VILLAGE, ENJOY ART and MUSIC, EXPLORE UNIQUE SHOPS, and TAKE IN THE GLORIOUS VIEWS OF THE SHEEPSCOT RIVER!
Last Thursdays in 2019: June 27, July 25, August 29, September 26; 5-8pm
Enjoy a delightful summer evening as you park your car and stroll the charming Village of Wiscasset. View the incomparable art and meet the artists, sip some wine, and enjoy the sounds of our strolling minstrels. Be sure to visit the Village collection of one-of-a-kind shops - from high antiques to folk craft and mid-century furnishings; personal luxuries and gifts for loved ones back home
Wiscasset is conveniently located on Rte. 1 in mid-coast Maine and is an easy drive north from Portland, Brunswick, and Bath. It's just south of Boothbay Harbor, Rockland, and Camden. Put Wiscasset Art Walk on your summer calendar!
Music, of course
Art and music TOGETHER are sublime. In August, visitors enjoyed the foot-tapping sounds of Married with Chitlins on the Creamery Pier, Rick Turcotte at the fresh-air bistro on Middle St., harpist Suki Flanagan in Sylvan Gallery, and classical guitarist Jonathan Waldo in Wiscasset Bay Gallery.
The Wiscasset Art Walk season ALWAYS begins with a wine tasting at TREATS - a great way to prepare for an evening of art and community.
Art in Galleries
Art in the Galleries There is always abundant and beautiful art, like the painting above, As Dusk Approaches by Paul Batch, and people who look, love, and sing!
In August, the sidewalks were busy with Sea Salt Mehndi, traditional Indian body painting with henna . . .
. . . New Hope for Women's display of art work by women overcoming the profoundly disabling effects of domestic violence (Bob Bond photo) . . .
. . . Lincoln County Historical Association's display of local artifacts, toys, and other memorabilia (Bob Bond photo) . . .
. . . and Cottage Lavender Co.'s display of fragrant lavender bouquets and wreaths.
Food Truck in Wiscasset Village during WAW, Thurs., Aug. 30, 2018.
To make the Wiscasset Art Walk evening complete, Mexican specialties from Taco the Town and O’Oysters, on Middle St., were available during the Sept. WAW!
New in 2018: POP-UP Gallery, 64 Main St., showcasing local artists.
June: Wiscasset Middle-High School students displayed their art and crafts including jewelry and keychains made from polyhedral (many-sided) dice inspired by Dungeons & Dragons.
July: Maine Art Gallery Sampler
August: Pigments of My Imagination: abstract paintings by Wiscasset artist Donna Barnako.
September: Spindleworks artist Barbara Welborn who believes “Cats can by anything!.”