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Maine's Portland Museum of Art will unveil a new and improved sculpture park to the public in 2017. The project is being funded by a gift from local businessman David Shaw. Prior to the opening, read the article
Baltimore-based artist and YoungArts alumnus Andy Martinelli Clark recently reviewed the Skowhegan at Seventy exhibit at the Portland Museum of Art currently on view through October 10, 2016. This read the article
CENTERPORT, N.Y. — Nestled among parking lots, a pond, a brick hotel and a divorce lawyer’s office, a clapboarded one-room cottage in this Long Island hamlet on the North Shore played a role in read the article
The Contemporaries Midsummer Bash on July 13 began with a private viewing of “O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York,” the new exhibit at the Portland Museum of Art, read the article
Dive through the controversy surrounding modernist women artists and enter a world filled with vivid colors, bright patterns and stunning paintings. The unique styles of Georgia O’Keeffe, read the article
The Portland Museum of Art will improve its sculpture garden along High Street and open the garden to the public beginning in 2017.
The park is now closed except for special events, read the article
The Portland Museum of Art will get a long-desired outdoor sculpture garden that will be open year-round and free to the public during museum hours.
The current Joan B. Burns Garden on High read the article
O’Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York” at the Portland Museum of Art was originally organized by the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, around the soft read the article
The cat’s out of the bag. The New York Time’s Travel section shines a light on Maine’s largest city this week, spending 36 jam-packed hours searching for fun from prom to prom.
So what can read the article
The Portland Museum of Art and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture—two of the most prominent art institutions in the state of Maine—collaborate on Skowhegan at Seventy, an exhibition read the article