Join us for “First Hand” and experience a unique selection from Spindleworks Opening April 8th 5-8pm, April 8th-May 6th at Continuum for Creativity 863 Main St. Westbrook, Maine
“First Hand” is a telling of unique perspectives through each artist’s individual approach to creating. The work includes the meticulous fractal line drawing of Melissa Capuano, a large free form painting by Mitch Pfeifle, and the fluid painting style of Terri Snape, and many others. We would love for you to join us on April 8th for the opening from 5-8pm at Continuum for Creativity 863 Main St. in Westbrook. Continuum for Creativity is a space for workshops, classes, meetings and performance on Main St. in Westbrook established by Mary Brooking. Spindleworks is a non-profit art center for adults with disabilities and a program of the Independence Association of Brunswick Maine, whose mission is to help children and adults with disabilities achieve full and inclusive lives in their chosen community. For more information please contact Spindleworks Associate Director Brian Braley bbraley@iaofmaine or (207)725-8820
What: Call for Art: The Forest Through the Trees
When: opening July 15, 2016, 5-8pm exhibit runs July 1st-August 29th
Where: Frontier Café, 14 Maine Street, Brunswick
Spindleworks will host an open call exhibit to benefit the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, set for July and August in Brunswick Maine. The exhibit The Forest Through the Trees is meant to draw attention to our living planet both to celebrate, and to raise awareness of the diversity of species, all of which are affected by our actions and inactions. This year artists are invited to submit work in any medium, inspired by and focusing on plant life, which is meant to draw attention to the importance of plants in creating natural habitat for the world’s species. We welcome diversity of artistic expression to reflect this huge part of our natural environment. This will be the sixth exhibit in the series, which has drawn artists from across Maine and across the country.