ROCKLAND — Gallery Two, 399 Main St., presents a limited engagement of “Private Moments,” a solo show of new paintings by Rockland artist Ronald Frontin. The show marks the first time in 30 years Frontin’s work will be exhibited on Main Street. The show opens Friday, Aug. 5, coinciding with the First Friday Art Walk.

Thirty years ago, Frontin catalyzed Rockland’s up-and-coming gallery scene with a stunning sold-out show that garnered the attention of New York galleries and art collectors, contributing to the current thriving community.

Frontin is known for his atmospheric landscapes and portraits of locals and luminaries alike; one such painting is that of Margaret Chase Smith, commissioned and owned by the United States Senate.

Gallery Two is open most days and by appointment at 207-832-1111.