It may be the final Wiscasset Art Walk of the 2017 season, but unexpected happenings will make the evening fresh and fun! Enjoy art, music, camaraderie, and food trucks on Thursday, September 28, 5-8pm throughout Wiscasset Village.
A series of extraordinarily beautiful sterling silver animals, each hand made and fully articulated, will be on exhibition at Trifles, 55 Main St., during the Wiscasset Art Walk on Thursday, September 28, 5-8pm. The Articulated Animals collection on display, created by sculptor and goldsmith Oleg Konstantinov, includes a gecko, praying mantis, frog, snake, shrimp, cicada, and cricket.
WISCASSET, MAINE – Ingram Art & Antiques co-owner Kirsten Ingram thought the Wiscasset Art Walk needed some sizzle, so she’s invited a local jazz trio to provide the evening’s brassy sounds. There’s plenty of outdoor art to view in the new courtyard gallery just off Main St., and take a look at the temporary sculpture, HESPER, on the Recreational pier. Boston’s Luminarium Dance Co. will make its annual WAW appearance with improvisational dance throughout the Village. And, to make the meandering experience complete, the O’Oysters cart from Portland will be shucking on Middle St. along with tacos-to-go from El Rodeo Go – between Treats and Golden Wok – during the Wiscasset Art Walk on Thursday, August 31, 5-8pm.
A constellation of very special events headlines the Wiscasset Art Walk on Thursday, July 27, 5-8pm, in Wiscasset Village. A marimba band, a high-end craft show in an historic barn, and artists painting outdoors throughout the Village will make for a very dense and very rewarding evening.
The Maine Marimba Ensemble will entertain WAW visitors as Middle St. is partially closed to vehicles and becomes a performance stage instead.
Guest Artists and Special Events Add to Village Activities
WISCASSET, MAINE – The fifth season of Wiscasset Art Walk, located in the Village center, begins on Thursday, June 29, from 5 to 8pm. In addition to Wiscasset Village’s fine collection of artist-owned galleries, one-of-a-kind specialty shops, antique venues, good eats, and lots of music, visitors will be entertained this season by special events planned to amuse, enthrall, and delight. Throughout the season, guest artists, talented performers, and even a high-end craft show, will add yet more abundance to an evening already full of sights, sounds, and tastes!
WISCASSET, MAINE – Two local artists who paint exuberantly with joy, color, and unique vision are highlights of the final Wiscasset Art Walk of the 2016 season on September 29, from 5-8pm. Alna resident Kate Nordstrom will greet visitors to her exhibit of abstracted landscapes at Midcoast Conservancy, 36Water St., Wiscasset Village. Barbara Welborn, a self-described autistic artist, greets visitors and displays selections from her fanciful cat series at Beelicious Market, 64 Main St. Both artists approach their subjects playfully resulting in landscapes that you’ve never seen before and cats that are not your home-grown variety.
Plein Air Painting, Dancing, and Music Expand Sidewalks’ Creative Boundaries
WISCASSET, MAINE – Renowned jazz clarinetist Brad Terry is making a special guest appearance during the Wiscasset Art Walk on August 25, 5-8pm. He’s invited 14-year old jazz guitarist Asa Waldo to join him along with long-time friend and musical colleague Vaughn DeForest on acoustic base. The trio will be playing to visitors in Wiscasset Bay Gallery, 67 Main St., throughout the evening.
WISCASSET, MAINE – Wiscasset Art Walk is pleased to feature two local artists, George Mason of Damariscotta Mills and Leonard Meiselman of Wiscasset, who will present recent work in a two-person exhibit, Unspoken . . .from Nature to Abstraction, at Midcoast Conservancy, 36Water St., Wiscasset Village. Art of a different sort enlivens the Village as Luminarium Dance Co., based in Boston, makes a repeat appearance during the Wiscasset Art Walk on August 25. In Wiscasset, the dance company has ‘jammed’ with gallery musicians and danced with visitors on the pier. Shops, sidewalks, hand railings, and, sometimes, people become props as the dancers improvise their way through the Village.