Maine

Extra, Extra: John Bisbee

Presenting a tasty tidbit about sculptor John Bisbee that our writer couldn’t fit into our October/November 2017 print issue.


Object: Mixed Metal Mokume-Gane Jewelry

Escape the everyday with Lisa Jane Grant’s masterful mixed metal mokume-gane designs inspired by her travels to faraway places.


Ground Control to Major Matt

The eclectic art of Matthew Barter pulls inspiration from Bowie, outer space, Downeast Maine, and lobstering . . . to name a few.


Finding Space in Portland

SPACE Gallery’s new executive director, Kelsey Halliday Johnson, looks to turn the venue into an international sensation.


Kate Kaminski: Femme4Film

Kate Kaminski’s Bechdel Test-certified approach to film curation brings female-first stories to Southern Maine.


Taken: Lupinewood’s Fundraiser at SPACE

This summer Western Mass’s Lupinewood collective got its groove on in a fundraiser thrown at SPACE Gallery in Portland....

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Quick Takes: Portland’s Poké Stop

Big Fin Poké brings a fresh take on poké—also known as deconstructed sushi—to the avid foodies in Portland, Maine....

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Nailed It

Brunswick, Maine, sculptor John Bisbee transforms common carpentry nails into an array of uncommon artwork....

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Artist at the Edge of the World

From a remote island off the coast of Maine, sculptor Anna Hepler uses solitude and freedom to build her own private universe.


Holy Mashed Potatoes!

The Holy Donut has a secret ingredient in the donuts that have people waiting in lines in its Maine locations. (A hint: potatoes.)


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