Seven-year Waldoboro resident Judith Imm will open an exhibition of her work during the 4 to 7 p.m. Artwalk Waldoboro, wrapping up the season Saturday, Oct. 8, at The Space @ No. 9, Medomak Arts Project’s space at 9 Friendship St./Route 220.

Before moving to Maine in 2006, Imm was an active painter on the North Shore of Boston for 18 years. Before that, she and her husband were in Europe, where she studied at the Chelsea School of Art in London. She has shown extensively in Boston and on the North Shore; and was active in many art organizations including the Copley Society of Boston, the oldest art organization in America.

In 1994, Imm was designated a Copley Artist for having her work juried into three shows mounted by the society; two of her works were awarded First Prize at these shows.

Imm has mastered a number of techniques and styles, from highly representational drawings to printmaking to multimedia. Her most recent affiliation with the national Society of Layerists in Multi-Media

"Visual artists have much to communicate," Imm said. “We feel deeply and wish to share our deeply held feelings and ideas.”

Imm will be showing a group of her charcoal drawings, colorful and light-filled monoprints, pastel, oil and watercolor paintings at this exhibition. After the opening night, the works will be shown through the month of October at various times (to be announced) or by appointment; call 956-8567 for information.

ArtWalk Waldoboro also includes the Philippe Guillerm Gallery, 882 Main St.; the (Anne) Heywood Gallery in the “Governors Mansion,” 921 Main St.; and the 14-member Tidemark Gallery, 902 Main St. ArtWalk Waldoboro has established a reputation for presenting reasonably priced art works to interesting and enthusiastic art lovers, who also get to enjoy tasty snacks and refreshments.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or