We asked 10 art-world luminaries to share the under-the-radar places where they find great Maine art.
Yoga teacher, knitting activist, ballet mom. Spotted in Belfast. (Yes, that’s her real name.)
Anticipation is in the air as miners dig for tourmaline.
For many seniors on Maine’s islands, the prospect of settling into a mainland care home is disquieting. The alternative requires a whole community’s investment.
Astrid Vigeland’s Folly 101 is a feast of goods for the tabletop and more.
Mack and her sister, Amanda Slamm, spent the months after their father’s death teaching themselves to make cutting boards and pizza peels, and before long, they were selling them online and in local craft shops as Sprig Woodwork.
Who says you can’t bring food into the museum? Three food-adjacent exhibits not to miss this spring.
Leather bags with heart.
From our contributors: this month’s plum finds in Maine shops, style, and craft.
A love letter to Maine on a flour sack tea towel.
Roses are red, volets are blue, Janet Mills is governor, and a poet too.
Maine Public Radio’s Jennifer Rooks on Kettle Cove sunsets.