Resonant images at Thomaston Café
Thomaston — Arduina Palanca Caponigro’s evocative photographic images are on view through the end of October at the Thomaston Café, 154 Main St./Route 1. These selected works are a reflection of life’s exquisite moments, from an afternoon making paper cranes to a late evening stroll through a field with fireflies ablaze.
Caponigro is a first-generation American raised by Italians who immigrated to North Dakota, and her appreciation for the arts grew out of a childhood spent equally in Europe and the United States. As her understanding of the creative life developed, she began to recognize art as not only a source of needed expression, but also as a way of life.
The artist has taught many workshops for Maine Media Workshops and the Santa Fe Workshops, as well as in South America and the Faulkland Islands with Cruising Though Life. She tutors artists privately and has taught photography for Rockport College. For more information, visit acaponigro.com. To contact the café, call 354-8589.
Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or email@example.com.