Artwork by Quarry Hill Resident Featured in Poetry Month Rockland Show

By Denise Pease | Apr 07, 2014
Courtesy of: Quarry Hill Windows, an original assemblage by Quarry Hill resident Ronald Smith, is on display at Rockland Public Library through April 30.

CAMDEN, Me., April 7, 2014 – An original work of art by Quarry Hill resident Ronald Smith was recently selected for the 2014 Poetry Month Rockland juried art show and is among numerous works included in the show, on display at Rockland Public Library through April 30.

Smith’s Windows is a three-dimensional assemblage made of lobster-trap wire and other discarded materials found on long walks near his home and elsewhere in New England.

Smith said he was inspired to submit the piece to the juried exhibition when he learned that the theme for the show would be “Windows, Mirrors, Doors,” focusing on works that represent various “ways of looking.”

The amateur artist said his interest in assemblages was sparked by the works of American artists Joseph Cornell (1903–1972) and Louise Nevelson (1899–1988). Over the past two decades, Smith has crafted dozens of works and been featured in group and one-man shows at Quarry Hill, in Belfast, Me., and in Winchester, Mass.

Quarry Hill

Quarry Hill is Midcoast Maine's premier extended-care community for adults age 55-plus. Offering convenient in-town living amid the privacy of 26 landscaped acres, Quarry Hill features independent and assisted living, secure assisted living for those with memory impairment, short-term nursing care and rehabilitation, and long-term nursing care.To learn more about Quarry Hill, call 230-6116, or visit www.quarryhill.org or www.facebook.com/QuarryHillCamdenMaine.

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