Carver Hill hosts its Rockland finale

Sep 30, 2017
“Zippers” by Brooks artist Lesia Sochor, an oil on sewing patterns on canvas, is part of the final show at Carver Hill Gallery’s downtown Rockland location.

Rockland — On Friday, Oct. 6, Carver Hill Gallery will open the last show in its 338 Main St. location before moving to Camden to collaborate with Jessie Tobias Design. The public is invited to stop by and raise a glass during the 5 to 8 p.m. First Friday Art Walk; the show will run through Oct. 27.

The gallery will feature art by many of its gallery artists including David Estey, Ted Keller, Lesia Sochor, America Martin, Gigi Gatti, Dianne Schelble and more. All of the work on display will be offered at promotional pricing as a “thank you” for the years of support from the community in the Rockland location.

Carver Hill Gallery and Jessie Tobias Design, 64 Bay View St. in Camden, will combine their respective talents and collaborate on future projects starting Nov. 1. Jana Halwick, who has owned Carver Hill Gallery since 2006, will be hosting pop-up shows with interior designer Jessie Tobias in her Camden waterfront location and possibly other locations, as well.

Halwick will continue to carry inventory and represent many of the artists currently on the roster at Carver Hill Gallery; and will be available to show work to new and current clients by appointment. She also will be offering art consulting, sourcing, space revamping (using what one already has) and installation services. For more information, visit and

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

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