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‘Harvest Season’ is upon us at Medomak Arts

Oct 02, 2019
“Fall Harvest” by Wilhelmina Fisher.

WALDOBORO — Waldoboro ArtWalk comes to life again on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Medomak Arts Project and many other venues in town. This month’s exhibition theme is “Harvest Season.” The colorful depictions by local artists aim to capture the imagination and delight in a sense of seasonal splendor. The town will be hopping with fine art and food for the October series.

Budding artists and photographers who need a non-profit gallery to display their work are welcome at Medomak Arts Project, 13 Friendship St. The venue offers a chance to show off your talents, and mingle with your friends, relatives and neighbors downtown. Bring your ready-to-hang art of harvest season images to Medomak Arts on Monday, Oct. 7, from 4 to 5:15 p.m. Art left from last month's “Still Life” show can be picked up during the same time frame. An alternate time can be arranged by calling 832-4774.

As always, the greatest amount of artwork that can fit on the walls will be displayed. Choices are determined at the time of hanging. Organizers thank artists for understanding and participating. Medomak Arts always appreciates something for the food table from the displaying artists. Artists are always welcome to hold their own additional gallery hours as well. Some artists have had mini openings for family and friends; just call the number above to arrange the showing.

Medomak Arts is a nonprofit art and gallery center with a mission to foster community and creativity for the Medomak region. Medomak Arts highlights the region’s cultural, creative and historical assets to build both greater awareness and a creative sense of place.

The venue is available for rental, call 832-4774 or email for more information.

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