Local Maine artist Jane Derbyshire is showing new works at the Port Clyde Art Gallery through September. This year she has works made on paper with silver ink and pastels that are abstractions, plus representational works in oil on canvas. Her works are inspired by the Ripley Creek Marsh in Tenants Harbor, as well as by the moods and seasons in the harbor and on the water.

The gallery is located in the village of Port Clyde at the end of Route 131 in the red barn opposite the general store and is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m. Works can be viewed at portclydeartgallery.com. The gallery strictly adheres to the rules established by the Maine CDC. All guests and employees must wear face masks, gloves are made available by request, and social distancing is enforced.