Please find below a list of photography exhibits in the state of Maine for the month of July 2019. For Boston and greater New England, I recommend the What Will You Remember blog for exhibit lists and reviews. If you have an exhibit you’d like me to publicize please let me know as well.
Kingman Gallery in Deer Isle opens Lynn Karlin’s “Making the Ordinary Extraordinary” on July 2nd, with an opening reception on Friday, July 5th, from 2-5 pm. The exhibit continues through August 4th. I’ve included the poster for this exhibition below. I highly recommend checking out Lynn’s exhibit as her work is quite beautiful. I am biased on this front as I print Lynn’s work and also am represented by Kingman, but it really should be great.
The Thos. Moser Gallery in Freeport (of handmade furniture fame) is exhibiting the work of a group of photographers in an exhibition that extends until November 3rd. Besides myself, photographers also include Gifford Ewing, Nina Fuller, Lynn Karlin, Olga Merrill, Sarah Szwajkos, Joyce Tenneson, David Wade, Amy Wilton, Mary Woodman, and Jane Yudelman.
The Maine Museum of Photographic Arts is exhibiting the work and collection of Barbara Morris Goodbody from June 27th through October 30th at the USM Glickman Library.
The Granite Gallery in Tenants Harbor, Maine (68 Main Street) is exhibiting the photography of Elizabeth Root Blackmer in an exhibition entitled “Ephemera” that extends from June 12th-17th, with an opening reception July 12th from 5-8 pm.
Cove Street Arts, a new space from the new owners of Greenhut Galleries, has opened at 71 Cove Street in Portland. I haven’t seen it yet, but one of the first shows is “Photographing Coastal Maine”, curated by Bruce Brown and including 10 photographers. I can’t seem to find details online about the space in terms of hours and such, though.