Talbot re-opens First Light in St. George
St. George — Lucinda Talbot has re-opened her formerly Belfast-located First Light Gallery, on the River Road/Route 131. The gallery, three miles down the peninsula from Route 1, displays her Sea and Shore paintings in mixed media, collage and many new works in pastel.
First Light Gallery is a part of the Artists of St. George open studio tour Friday through Sunday, Sept. 13 through 15; and her works are displayed at the Badger Café in Union through the end of September. Recently, three of her works were chosen by the curator for the Society of Layerists in Multi-Media in show “Nature in Transition” being held in October in Atlanta, Ga.
Talbot is a signature member of SLMM, which is a national organization dedicated to exploring the “layers interwoven in the universe.” Her works also are frequently a part of shows at the River Arts in Damariscotta; she is represented by the Riverwalk Bead Shop and Gallery in Amesbury, Mass.
The gallery is on the right as one travel down the peninsula. During the studio tour, special prices are available on some paintings and refreshments will be served. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, with the addition of the studio tour opening Friday, Sept. 13.
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