Small Things From Mary Bourke

{ Thursday, June 1st } Greenhut Galleries in Portland hosts the opening reception for Mary Bourke’s latest show, Small Things

Artist Mary Bourke says this of her inspiration for new exhibit, Small Things: “I suppose that art is a matter of perspective. Year after year I seem to paint the same things…always a swimmer, always a boat, trees and lakes, maybe a bear, always my siblings, my family, my home. One might say I am standing still, but I don’t think so. Sometimes you must look really closely, over and over to find what’s essential. I see the world one small piece at a time. I was once asked if I could go anywhere, where would that be. I think that Maine is as nice a place as any and I would like to stay for awhile. I believe that is no small thing.”

Greenhut Galleries invites the public to view the reflective, delightful, and classically Bourke Small Things exhibition and is hosting an opening reception on June 1st. The show will be up on display until July 1st.

Mary Bourke Small Things Opening Reception
Greenhut Galleries
146 Middle St, Portland, Maine
Opening Reception, Thursday, June 1st
Exhibit through July 1st
5PM – 7PM
Image courtesy of Greenhut Galleries, Brothers by Mary Bourke
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