December 29, 2013

Audience Calendar


Amy Stacey Curtis, nine video projections, each an exploration of movement in time and space, via the motif of a walk in the woods. Through January 5. $10. Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square Plaza.

“Redacted,” paintings and drawings by Ahmed Alsoudani, Iraqi artist and MECA graduate. Through Feb. 2. Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square Plaza.

“American Treasures: Visions of the Land and Sea,” Through Feb. 2. Farnsworth Art Museum, 16 Museum St., Rockland.

“Breakthrough: Work by Contemporary Chinese Artists,” eight pioneering women artists. Through Jan. 5. Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 9400 College Station, Brunswick.

“The Object Show,” small and rarely seen objects from diverse collections. Through June 8. Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 9400 College Station, Brunswick.

“The Lunder Collection,” works by Whistler, Homer, O’Keefe and many more American masters, plus “Spaces and Places” and “American Weathervanes.” Through June 8. Colby College Museum of Art, 5600 Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville.

“Underfoot: Footwear, Hooked Rugs, In the Cellar and Below Decks,” Through Feb. 22. Penobscot Marine Museum, 5 Church St., Searsport.

“On Finding Home,” figures carved from wood and finished with painted surfaces by Sachiko Akitama. Through Saturday. University of Maine Museum of Art, 40 Harlow St., Bangor.

“American Vision: Photographs from the Collection of Owen and Anna Wells,” 40 photographs provide an extraordinary survey of 20th-century American photography. Through Feb. 23. Portland Museum of Art, 7 Congress Square Plaza.

“Regarding the Forces of Nature: From Alma Thomas to Yayoi Kusama,” selection of works by distinguished women artists includes paintings by Yayoi Kusama and Alma Thomas. Through March 9. Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 9400 College Station, Brunswick.

“Nowhere But Here,” works by Marsden Hartley, Arthur Dove, Elizabeth Murray, Ben Pier and others. Through Jan. 5. Colby College Museum of Art, 5600 Mayflower Hill Drive, Waterville.

“The Wonderful World of Oz,” exhibition drawn from the world’s most comprehensive collection of Oz materials, based in Maine. Through March 30. Farnsworth Art Museum, 16 Museum St., Rockland.

Heartwood College of Art presents “Art of the Barn,” interpretations of local barns by local artists. Through Monday. Brick Store Museum, 117 Main St., Kennebunk.

Wearable Art, by Maine artists to wear and live with. Through Tuesday. Markings Gallery, 50 Front St., Bath.

“Winter Harbor & Penobscot Bay,” small, bold oil paintings by Brita Holmquist. Through Tuesday. Daunis Fine Jewelry, 616 Congress St., Portland.

First Anniversary Show, paintings and photography by established local and emerging artists. Through Jan. 9. The DaVinci Experience Art Gallery, 267 Falmouth Road, Falmouth.

The Hive and Heartwood College of Art present “100 Birds for Haiti,” 100 works or art portraying birds by local artists being sold for 0, with half of the proceeds benefiting Partners in Development, an organization devoted to the emergency feeding of children in Haiti. Through Tuesday. The Hive, 84 Main St., Kennebunk.

Joe Guertin: “A Graphic Designer Remembered,” Through Jan. 26. Art Gallery, University of New England, 716 Stevens Ave., Portland.

Holiday Offerings 2013, selection of original works by regional artists working in a variety styles and media. Through Tuesday. Richard Boyd Gallery, 15 Epps St., Peaks Island.

Paul Black, new Portland paintings. Through Tuesday. Fore Street Gallery, 372 Fore St., Portland.

“Just What You’ve Always Wanted,” paintings, photographs, mixed media and more. Through Jan. 12. Elizabeth Moss Galleries, 251 U.S. Route 1, Falmouth.

Michael Vickery, “Progressions in Time and Space: Traditional and 3D-printed Media.” Through Jan. 15. University of New England Campus Center, Biddeford.

Portraits of Recently Extinct Birds of the Eastern United States by Jada Fitch. Through Feb. 4. The Green Hand Bookshop, 661 Congress St., Portland.

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