The Caldbeck Gallery, 12 Elm St. will exhibit the work of Chris Osgood of Lincolnville; and Tom Osgood of Lincolnville and Santa Fe, N.M.  Also on exhibit will be paintings, drawings and sculpture by 20 gallery artists. The opening reception for the artists and their work will take place on First Friday, Nov. 4, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

In the two-person “New Work” show, Chris Osgood will show selections from his series of drawings in Japanese ink, drawings he said are about his interpretation of energy as perceived through his senses — “ … brief moments in time, rendered in a spirit of joy, as in the joy and freedom intrinsic in dance.”

Chris Osgood received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied with Neil Welliver. In Maine, solo shows include Husson College, Lewiston-Auburn College, University of Southern Maine and the Caldbeck, where he has shown since 1982. His work was shown in numerous galleries in Belfast such as Artfellows, J.S. Ames Fine Art, Frick and Spring Street galleries. Other shows include CMCA, now of Rockland; and galleries in Massachusetts, Maryland and Washington, D.C.

Although the Caldbeck has shown Tom Osgood’s lush oil paintings in years past, this exhibit is his debut as a sculptor. He said that his sculpture is built upon components. Coming from a welding, forging and fabricating skill set, he focuses on using steel, mostly rolled and formed, using laps and rivet-like welds.  His underlying intention is to reveal the intersection of two worlds: one that is hefty and mechanical; and one that is organic. The pieces may be patinated, painted, galvanized or powdercoated. The smallest works are mounted on the wall, and others are shown on sculpture stands.

Tom Osgood earned his BA in Studio Art from Trinity College, and also studied at American University in Washington, D.C., as well as at the Barbieri Center in Rome, Italy. He has exhibited in Maine, Washington D.C., Maryland, Connecticut and New Mexico. He also designs and constructs modern furniture in his studio in Santa Fe, where he and his family live in the winter months. Although the Osgood brothers have shown with the Caldbeck since the early 1980s, this is the first time they have shown in a two-person show together at the gallery.

The group show, “Fall Harvest,” includes work by 20 gallery artists. Three of these artists are included in CMCA’s 2016 Biennial Exhibition: Emily Brown of Montville and Philadelphia, Pa.; Morris David Dorenfeld of Spruce Head; and Kayla Mohammadi of South Bristol and Brookline, Mass.

The shows will run through Dec. 31. Gallery hours for the fall are Thursdays through Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. and by chance and appointment. For more information, call the gallery at 594-5935.

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