TREVETT – Photographer Paul Feyling and painter Brenda Bettinson team up for a two-person exhibition at Mathias Fine Art, “Double Vision: Encore!”

The exhibition opens Wednesday and continues through Sept. 12. The artists will attend a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. July 31 at the gallery at 10 Mathias Drive in Trevett, a small community at Barter’s Island near Boothbay.

“Double Vision” is the second exhibition of work by Bettinson and Feyling curated by gallery director Cordula Mathias. In 2005, she contrasted Feyling’s photographs with images of the same or similar subjects created by Bettinson. “Double Vision: Encore!” pairs a new series of images, all featuring aspects of coastal Maine, particularly Barter’s Island.

Feyling is known as a documentary filmmaker who in recent years has extended his activities to include still photography, choosing to specialize in studies of the night skies and the evidence of man’s presence on earth. His Barter’s Island photographs capture the brooding quality of misty evenings and varied man-made objects honed by exposure to the Maine climate.

Bettinson has executed many private and publicly funded commissions, and several Maine museums have featured her work in solo exhibitions over the years.

The scale of the work contributes to the contrast between the two media.

Feyling’s portrait of a Barter’s Island frog has almost the jewel-like quality of a medieval miniature when seen beside Bettinson’s “Rana,” an even larger frog painted on a relief background that projects it towards the viewer.

Gallery hours are noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

For information, call 633-7404.