The Hewnoaks Artist Colony and the Greater Lovell Land Trust will host special a one-day exhibition and gathering. The 2019 Wild Light Art Exhibition will showcase new and original artwork that celebrates the lands and waters in the Greater Lovell area, with work by local artists and Hewnoaks alumni.
We invite you to come enjoy the artwork and look around at the historic Hewnoaks property. We’d love to tell you about the work that the Greater Lovell Land Trust is doing in the area, and about the support that Hewnoaks gives to artists through the residency program.
Participating artists include: Amy Amoroso*, Tad Beck*, Sandra J Bell, Jonathan Crowe, Casey Dienal*, Roy Germon*, Meg Hahn*, Michelle Hauser, Lisa Hirsh, Hilary Irons*, Ingrid Johnson, Baxter Koziol*, Samantha Martin, Pamela Moulton*, Tessa Mueller, Tessa Greene O’Brien*, Isabelle Maschal O’Donnell*, Christopher Patch*, Thalassa Raasch*, Julie Poitras Santos*, Anne Stuer, Melanie Tornberg, Dan Warren, Ann S. Williams (* indicates alumni of the Hewnoaks Residency program)
Thanks to the Onion Foundation, The Maine Community Foundation, and Norway Savings Bank for their support.