Mars Hall holds summer sneak peek for holiday weekend

May 19, 2017
Artwork by: Leo Brooks Leo Brooks' 'Monhegan Laundry' is among the works on view during Mars Hall's summer preview May 27 and 28.

St. George — Mars Hall Gallery, 621 Port Clyde Road (Route 131) will celebrate the holiday weekend as part of "St. George Sales into Summer." The annual event will preview the 2017 season Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Memorial Day through Friday, June 16, the gallery will be open by appointment only.

The show offers an eclectic mix of paintings by watercolorists Leo Brooks, Nat Lewis, Greg Mort, Cam Noel, Elaine Reed and Carl Sublett; acrylic and oil paintings by Nancy Baker, Kris Johnson, Roger Kirby, Sharon Larkin, Maurice Michel Lode, Elaine Niemi, Jimmy Reed, Manuel Rincon, Holly Smith and Ron Weaver; and black-and-white pinhole photography by Antonia Small.

Also on display will be a large variety of 3-D art by Bill Cook, Jay Hoagland, and Elaine Niemi; a variety of quality crafts including driftwood fish by Claire Perry; decoupage by Davene Fahy; carved decoys by Stephen Hill; mixed-media cards by Eleanor Zuccola and stained glass, pottery and mosaics by Dona Bergen.

The gardens will be alive with two exhibits; "The Recycled Zoo" by Brian Read and "Heavy Metal Mobiles" by Jay Hoagland. A large collection of antiques, vintage jewelry, unique junque and farm-fresh eggs are also available.

For more information, call 372-9996 or 372-8194, visit marshallgallery.net or email marshallgallery@roadrunner.com.

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