STROLL THE HISTORIC VILLAGE, ENJOY ART and MUSIC, EXPLORE UNIQUE SHOPS, AND TAKE IN THE GLORIOUS VIEWS OF THE SHEEPSCOT RIVER!

EXPERIENCE WISCASSET!

Last Thursdays in 2018: June 28, July 26, August 30, September 27; 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 sway to 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; vintage books to mid-century furnishings; personal luxuries to gifts for loved ones back home. Treasures await!

Location

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!

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The 2017 season began with a wine tasting at TREATS - a great way to prepare for an evening of art and community.  

The 2017 season began with a wine tasting at TREATS - a great way to prepare for an evening of art and community.  

In June 2017, encaustic artist Ken Eason exhibited new work in Midcoast Conservancy.  He's inspired by nature, natural processes, and the many complexities of working with heat, bees' wax, and other natural materials. 

In June 2017, encaustic artist Ken Eason exhibited new work in Midcoast Conservancy.  He's inspired by nature, natural processes, and the many complexities of working with heat, bees' wax, and other natural materials. 

During the July 2017 WAW, the First Congregational Church of Wiscasset attracted the young (but not exclusively) to their highly successful - and hilarious - Photo Booth.  With the magic of Polaroid, visitors were able to take home a complimentary photo souvenir of themselves looking marvelous or being silly! (Photo by Leon Droby.)

During the July 2017 WAW, the First Congregational Church of Wiscasset attracted the young (but not exclusively) to their highly successful - and hilarious - Photo Booth.  With the magic of Polaroid, visitors were able to take home a complimentary photo souvenir of themselves looking marvelous or being silly! (Photo by Leon Droby.)

The August 31, 2017 WAW introduced professional food trucks to the event for the first time!  The response was great -- even the local pirates were pleased! (Photo by Roxanne Rollins.)

The August 31, 2017 WAW introduced professional food trucks to the event for the first time!  The response was great -- even the local pirates were pleased! (Photo by Roxanne Rollins.)

Food Trucks Returned to  Wiscasset Village during WAW, Thurs., Sept. 28, 2017.

For a special treat, and to make the Wiscasset Art Walk experience complete, fresh oysters were available once again from O'Oysters and Mexican specialties from Taco the Town, both on Middle St., during the September WAW!

In September 2017, Trifles, 55 Main St., exhibited 'Articulated Animals', an amazing collection in silver by Oleg Konstantinov. 

Gecko in sterling silver was sculpted and cast by Oleg Konstantinov. It has 60 moveable parts, all attached by hand with tiny pins.

Gecko in sterling silver was sculpted and cast by Oleg Konstantinov. It has 60 moveable parts, all attached by hand with tiny pins.

In Sept. 2017, BIRCH, 72 Main St., featured authentic Maine fly fishing boutonnieres by Waldoboro artisan Evan Emmott. 

Each named fly is hand-tied by Evan Emmott and comes with its backstory: exotic feathers, rusticating robber barons . . . "for anyone who cares about wild places."

Each named fly is hand-tied by Evan Emmott and comes with its backstory: exotic feathers, rusticating robber barons . . . "for anyone who cares about wild places."

MORE to see and do: Maine Narratives, paintings by Mat O'Donnell, at Midcoast Conservancy, 36 Water St.; Natural Energy Jewelry at Beelicious, 64 Main St. Galleries, shops, music, OPEN DOORS!

Tuna Fishing by Mat O'Donnell on exhibit at Midcoast Conservancy through Sept. 29, 2017.

Tuna Fishing by Mat O'Donnell on exhibit at Midcoast Conservancy through Sept. 29, 2017.

Banner photo: Sylvan Gallery