River Arts in Damariscotta is featuring a new exhibit, “Black, White and Tones of Grey.” The show has 100 works by artists in a variety of media, including sculpture and fine crafts.

The exhibit, which runs through Feb. 19, will coincide with the continuing show in River Arts’ West Gallery featuring the work of Midcoast Printmakers.

Some of the artists included in the new show are Frank Roberts of Phippsburg, Petrea Noyes of Lincolnville, Jane Page Conway of Bowdoinham, Polly Steadman of Damariscotta, Cynthia Smith of Gorham, and Roberta Baumann of South Thomaston.

River Arts holds 10 themed, open, juried exhibitions each year with prominent members of the Maine art community serving as jurors. The juror for this exhibit is Tina Ingraham, who has a broad range of teaching experiences, both independently and at educational institutions including Bowdoin College, Stephens College, Maine College of Art and Brooklyn College.

Ingraham paints from observation in the studio and en plein air. Her latest work includes a series of small still lifes and her continued work on the evolution of Popham Beach in Phippsburg. She exhibits at Somerville Manning Gallery in Greenville, Delaware, Boston Art Inc. and Sylvan Gallery in Wiscasset.

River Arts is located at 241 U.S. Route 1 in Damariscotta and is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 563-1507 or go to riverartsme.org.