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Archives: Exhibitions

Networks of Modernism, 1898–1968

In celebration of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art’s 70th anniversary, the museum is pleased to bring viewers into new ways of seeing the permanent collection in Networks of Modernism. Drawing primarily…

Joe Wardwell: Mural Commission

Joe Wardwell (b. 1972) is a Boston-based painter and muralist. His work reflects on the traditions of landscape painting, literature, and popular music in the United States and delves into…

Meg Webster: New Work

Meg Webster (b. 1944) has long been guided by an environmentalist impulse to celebrate and preserve the natural world. For her exhibition, the artist will critically engage with Ogunquit Museum…

Ever Baldwin: Down the Line

Ever Baldwin’s (b. 1978) paintings probe the porous barriers that separate and frame experience. Working intuitively and with a material immediacy, he sets his thick, matte abstract paintings—made by mixing…

Spontaneous Generation: The Work of Liam Lee

Blurring the boundaries between the organic and inorganic, Spontaneous Generation refers to an alchemical belief that living organisms could suddenly emerge from non-living materials. Liam Lee’s (b. 1993) work draws inspiration from…

The Architect of a Museum

Seventy years ago, Henry Strater, in partnership with a group of artists and community members, opened the Museum of Art of Ogunquit (now the Ogunquit Museum of American Art). Reflecting…

John Walker: From Low Tide to High Tide

When John Walker first visited Maine, he couldn’t paint landscape. “It was too pretty, too scenic—I couldn’t do anything with it.” Known for emotionally charged work that draws upon personal…

Jim Morin: Drawing and Painting

This season, OMAA is pleased to present the multi-faceted work of Jim Morin (b. 1953, Washington, DC). Best known as the distinguished editorial cartoonist for The Miami Herald  for over 40 years, Morin…

Sue Miller: Personal Voyage

Sue Miller’s painting is inspired by many things. Pulling from interests that range from mythology and art history to a love of poetry and music, she creates works that are…

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