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George Mason - Nobleboro, ME
Mixed Media Artist
"Bright and Clear" 2010
Hydrocal Plaster, Cassein Paint & Gold Leaf
: "Longing and Light." --George Mason
Call (207) 563-5754 or e-mail
Julie Vohs - Portland, ME
"Hooked on Manifestation"
Encaustic on Wood Panel
Encaustic on Wood Panel
Artist Statement: "I paint to create a metaphorical view of human emotion, using color, figurative and abstract elements as visual language. The paintings serve as allegories of those experiences and stories that make us human. I let each piece reveal it?s story by engaging in the process of responding to the visual information before me. Finding that narrative often feels like crossing the Arctic Ocean on foot, hopping from ice floe to floe, while the story flows around and through, revealing itself in ebbs and flows. My objective in this process is to create a space in which the viewer may encounter unarticulated aspects of her or his own humanity." --Julie Vohs
Call (207) 879-2279 or e-mail
Beth Henderson - Belfast, ME
Encaustic Painter, Sculptor & Mixed Media Artist
Artist Statement: "Some years before I had ever heard of geometry, I delighted in a means of problem solving that seemed to especially suit me. For the most part, I learned on my own in the cellar, at the workbench building birdhouses. Later, in high school, the REAL Geometry gave me a stomachache and made my palms sweat. There, I grudgingly had to learn with "my hands tied behind my back." Still later in life, as an educator, I came to revere John Dewey. He's the "learning by doing" proponent. John would support building a birdhouse, listening to bird songs, and he probably would support dissecting road kill birds as opposed to studying skeletal diagrams in a textbook. Fifty years ago, this personal journey of "learning by doing" began with building birdhouses. For the last ten years, as a sculptor and, recently, a creator of encaustic/mixed media, I still learn in the same manner. And, just incidentally, Maine cardinals still prefer their comfy nests...not my birdhouses!" --Beth Henderson
Call (207) 338-4488 or e-mail
Judy O'Donnell - Falmouth, ME (web) http://www.maineartscene.com/Judy-O-Donnell.html
Artist Statement: Judy O'Donnell lives in Maine and has been an artist and art educator for more than 30 years. Her figurative sculpture is inspired by the natural beauty of Maine; she creates distinctive figural pieces by combining natural forms found in the forest and sea. These works aspire to show the harmony between man and nature. She expresses her Irish history by weaving Celtic myth into her work. Judy's reverence for nature relates to the environmental needs to protect our earth.
Call (207) 781-4291 or e-mail