Archives: Exhibitions

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…

Philip Koch: Isle of Dreams 

This spring, OMAA will present an exhibition of paintings and studies by Philip Koch (b. 1948, Rochester, New York), known for colorful, panoramic landscapes and an affinity with early modern…

John Walker: From Low Tide to High Tide

When John Walker (b. 1939, Birmingham, England) first visited Maine, he couldn’t paint landscape. “It was too pretty, too scenic—I felt I couldn’t do anything with it.” Known for emotionally…

Sue Miller: Personal Voyage

Sue Miller’s visionary 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 work that…

Hopeful: A Project by Charlie Hewitt

This season, OMAA is proud to participate in Hopeful: A Project by Charlie Hewitt. In 2019, Charlie Hewitt (b. 1946, Lewiston, Maine) was commissioned by Speedwell Projects, a nonprofit gallery…

Robert Laurent: Open Studio   

Displayed in a re-creation of his studio in Cape Neddick, Maine, Robert Laurent: Open Studio presents drawings, paintings, and sculpture by Robert Laurent (1890-1970) and artists in his circle. This…

The View from Narrow Cove 

At the turn of the 20th century, urban artists in search of new subject matter found inspiration in this stretch of coastline, forming schools, then communities. The resulting contribution to…

Virginia Overton: Untitled (Cardinal C-80)

OMAA is proud to present Untitled (Cardinal C-80) by Virginia Overton (b. 1971, Nashville, Tennessee) in its sculpture garden this season. Untitled (Cardinal C-80) is made from a steel frame…

Josephine Halvorson: On the Ground 

OMAA is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by Josephine Halvorson (b. 1981, Brewster, Massachusetts) from the series, “On the Ground,” which is also the title of her essay…

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