An exhibition of charcoal drawings by Emily Nelligan titled “Nocturne” hangs on one wall of a gallery at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. Due to the pandemic, the museum has not been able to receive some of the works it had planned on displaying this season and has had to develop interim exhibits. Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer
PORTLAND PRESS HERALD
June 21, 2020
By Bob Keyes
OGUNQUIT – If everything goes as planned, there will be many more than six Emily Nelligan drawings on the freshly painted yellow walls of the Long Gallery when the Ogunquit Museum of American Art opens its doors for the season on July 1.