Due to the popular demand for Jon Kolkin’s photography, Carver Hill Gallery, 264 Meadow St., has added images from his surreal Dreamscape series to its current exhibition. These are “stacked” images, all made by the artist, that marry to create places that exist in Kolkin’s dreams. Wildly imaginative and compelling, they create a sense of peace for the viewer.

“My art is a vehicle to look below the surface, to see our world from a fresh perspective, perhaps even a fourth dimension … It is my hope that this exercise can lead to more tolerance and understanding in our world,” said Kolkin.

Carver Hill also will be moving some of Kolkin’s Equilibrium series to its Main Street Rockland gallery for the Labor Day weekend First Friday art walk. These are incredible time exposures where the artist “paints” with movement. The show will continue in Rockport, as well, along with some stunning new works in watercolor by Dianne Schelble.

Photographer Lynn Karlin’s Pedestal series of “garden produce brought to a higher level” also will be on display in both locations and at The Edge Restaurant in Lincolnville. There will be an opening reception for her Saturday, Sept. 11 from 4 to 6 p.m. at The Edge.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.