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Artist Pamela Moulton* looks forward to her “Garden Intervention”

It looks like mother nature will be welcoming guests to my Garden Intervention at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art under sunny skies this Wednesday! Come roll the giant dice of emotions, then map out your emotional triggers on my giant weaving. Come find me, I will be near the pond, kept company by two…

Andres Verzosa remembers Dahlov Ipcar

As many of you may know by now, one-of-a-kind painter, sculptor and illustrator Dahlov Ipcar passed away last month.  She was 99 years young.  I had been working closely with Dahlov and her family on behalf of the museum to organize an exhibition of her work for the OMAA’s 64th Season opening this May.  Our…

Summer is here!

By Jill Burke Summer gives me a great opportunity to reflect on all we’ve accomplished during the school year through OMAA’s educational outreach program. The Governor Baxter School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing elementary class recently came to the Museum for its last field trip of the year, with a primary focus on…

A Touch of Grey

By Jill Burke February, a typically grey monochromatic month in New England, was brightened for me by my weekly OMAA Art Education Outreach visits.  I love working with the art groups at Waban Lifeworks in Sanford and The Art Certificate Program in Biddeford because the students are so happy to be there and appreciative of…

Hanging Out with Bernie

by Tori Rasche No, not Bernie Sanders. I recently got to ‘hang out’ with another Bernie, the artist Bernard Karfiol (1886-1952), through a collection of his drawings and ephemera from his life that was generously given to OMAA last year by the Karfiol family. As a gallery attendant, I normally work at the museum when…

How did I get here?

By Alison Gibbs “And you may ask yourself, ‘Well … how did I get here?’” Talking Heads, Once in a Lifetime In my career, I’ve been a Wall Street wire reporter, a radio and TV news producer, a banking PR flack, and a government consulting marketeer, among other things. So how did I get to…

OMAA on the Go at Governor Baxter School for the Deaf

by Jill Burke A big part of my job as the OMAA Education Coordinator involves visiting schools and community organizations weekly between September and June to share objects from the museum’s permanent collection. I  teach the students about the artist, the medium, and elements of art and design that can be drawn from the artwork,…

Where do I winter?

By Ron Crusan I often get asked, “What do you do all winter while the OMAA is closed?”  After our season ends October 31, I don’t pack up and head to Florida to wait for our May 1 opening (appealing as that may seem on a 20 degree Maine-in-January day).  In fact, I and a…

Rose Marasco: Patrons of Husbandry

Maine Photo Project at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art Rose Marasco: Patrons of Husbandry   The second in a series of five photography exhibitions at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Rose Marasco: Patrons of Husbandry (June 5 – July 5, 2015) highlights selections from the artist’s Maine Grange series. The series was created…

Photography All Season Long at the OMAA

In celebration of the year in photographs in Maine, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art is hosting a series of photography exhibitions as part of the Maine Photo Project, which  features exhibitions in more than 30 museums and galleries across the state.  The OMAA is very glad to participate in this statewide initiative by exhibiting work by celebrated…

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