Tidemark art at Waldoboro library
Waldoboro — During the month of October, the Waldoboro Public Library will display work of the Tidemark Gallery artists. This distinctive show by various talented local artists offers oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, photography and prints that lovingly capture the beauty of the local area and beyond. The show includes work by Audrey Bechler, John Blamey, Ardy Greatorex, Kim Hetherington, Sally Loughridge, Louise Price, Julian Sacks, Patience Sampson, Barbara Vanderbilt, Carol Wiley and others.
Tidemark Gallery is just a few doors down Main Street/Route 220 from the library. It has been in operation for almost seven years as an artist-operated member gallery dedicated to showing and selling paintings, drawings, photography, jewelry, painted floor cloths, sculpture, pottery, books, prints and cards by Waldoboro area artists. Tidemark also features a full-service, professional frame shop.
In addition to presenting their own work, Tidemark members host a guest artist or artists each month with an opening reception on a Saturday evening that draws a big crowd for the art, the food and the socializing. In October, award-winning art educator Krisanne Baker will show new paintings and other new work titled “The Medomak River: Up Close and Personal.”
Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.