Deborah Randall taught art in institutions all around the Northeast before moving to Maine in 1999 to teach at Colby College. Her work will be featured at our 2015 Art of Giving Gala, September 17 in Portland.
Ever wanted to step inside a painting by your favorite artist? Veteran journalist David Millward did just that. Kind of.
American master Edward Hopper painted a number of recognizable Maine landmark — here are four works whose subjects you can visit today.
Novelist and first-time playwright Monica Wood never expected to come face to face with one of her own made-up characters. Then she met Jake.
The Portland Museum of Art takes a career-spanning look at the work of Rose Marasco, one of Maine’s most accomplished — and eclectic — photographers.
A gritty, hard-working island attracts unconventional artists by allowing them to focus on what matters most.
Samuel James and Jim LeJames are bringing Portland’s music scene to new ears — pointy, fuzzy ears.
Digging deep with David Mallett, Maine’s earnest balladeer.
Diagnosed with ALS, acclaimed painter Jon Imber reached ever deeper into his creative well.
Maine’s community concert bands are a fixture of summertime. How will they fare in an uncertain future?
How the Queen City has become the capital of music in Maine.
Artists Todd Watts and Jemma Gascoine traded the big city for a tiny village.