“Hathorne Point Aerial View” by Molly Mugler.

CUSHING — Arts in the Barn continues with “Above and Beyond — 3 Cushing Artists” Friday through Sunday, July 23 through 25, at the Cushing Historical Society, 17 Hathorne Point Road. Molly Mugler, Margaret Creighton and Karin Strong have plein air painted together and have been influenced by nature, Maine landscapes and a sense of exploration. Although they sometimes paint the same scene, their work is very different. The variety of media and approaches are shown in this exhibit. An artists’ reception will be held Friday, July 23, from 5 to 7 p.m. Gallery hours for July 24 and 25 are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Mugler works in watercolor, acrylics and oil and employs her drone as an artistic aid. She is attracted to unique scenes of coastal Maine, transitions of light and shadow and negative space.

Creighton pays homage to older generations of family painters in order to capture the moods of local Maine landscapes. She works in watercolor, pastel and graphite.

Strong is an oil painter depicting moods in landscapes, wild animal portraits and other naturalist subjects.

For more information, email cushingaitb@gmail.com or visit artsinthebarncushing.com/home.

“Early Light” by Margaret Creighton.