Art society presents new downtown show

Oct 31, 2019
Whale artwork by Pam Bardon of Camden.

CAMDEN — Boynton McKay, 30 Main St., hosts another new art exhibit by members of the Knox County Art Society (KCAS). Members Pam Bardon of Camden, Sue Colgan-Borror of Tenants Harbor and Heidi Locke of Union are the artists who will show work for the months of November and December.

Pam Bardon works in a variety of mixed media and uses repurposed materials whenever possible. In addition to mixed media framed pieces, Bardon will hang some whimsical pine whales.

Sue Colgan-Borror is a retired professional musician and watercolorist.

Heidi Locke retired from a rewarding career teaching art in the Rockland school system and now paints vibrant watercolor seascapes with Midcoast locales dominating.

All work will be for sale and can be viewed during Boynton McKay's regular business hours; visit boynton-mckay.com.

“Artists making personal connections in the digital age” is the primary concept behind the Knox County Art Society (KCAS). It’s mission is “to support visual artists of all ages by creating face-to-face opportunities for learning, collaboration and the exchange of ideas, resources and skills.” Since its founding in March, it has already garnered 44 members. This will be its sixth showing of members’ art in Camden.

For more information about the exhibition and the Knox County Art Society, visit the Facebook page Knox County Art Society or contact David Blanchard at 236-6468 or davidblanchard555@gmail.com.

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