Elizabeth Moss Gallery, located at 251 Route One in Falmouth, is showing two exhibits through May 3.

“A House with No Walls” features work by artists Kerry Michaels, Anna Mikušková and Mary Woodman.

Mikušková, who grew up in the Czech Republic, developed a passion for photography, living near the ocean and experiencing the solitude of Northern Maine woods. “Photography became a means of capturing and conveying the beauty of the landscape around me, a new language reflecting a new reality,” she said in her artist’s statement.

Michaels is presenting several pieces, including “Ferns and Hosta,” a large archival ink jet print. Woodman’s pieces include “Nest,” a 21- by 21-inch limited edition archival print.

The second exhibit, “Currents of Color,” features work by the late Lynne Drexler and Annette Kearney.

Drexler, who died in 1999, was an abstract and representational artist. She was both a painter and photographer.

Kearney is showing two pieces, including “Red, Blue with Black Spots” and “Making Your Mark,” both encaustic monoprint constructs. She has participated in exhibitions across the state.

For more information, go to elizabethmossgalleries.com.

– From staff reports


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