DAMARISCOTTA — “Rebirth” is the June exhibit on display at the Stable Gallery, 26 Water St. The opening reception is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Friday, June 9, at the gallery, 26 Water St.

The gallery is highlighting new paintings by two long standing members and two new members.

Hati Modr’s paintings draw from visits to Monhegan Island and feature strong shadows and complementary colors. Priscilla McCandless paintings are bold, unforgettable images.

New members Lucinda Talbot and Katenia Keller bring two distinctive styles to the gallery. Talbot uses mixed media collage, acrylic ink and pastel for her creations of natural scenes. Keller, a student of the Tarot System, paints graphic, captivating images on smooth wood surfaces.

The June show is a mix of old favorites and new blood at the Stable Gallery. Colorful fish plates offset exquisite white sea urchins, both created by Lee Cummings, new gallery member for 2017.

Hand woven, reversible wool rugs by Bill Bellows complement crafted bowls by Stephen Vowles.

Ruth Hartman has added a new line of jewelry made of tiny beads and created to accentuate the body’s movements with sophistication and elegance.

Finally, Steve Ryder is showing his classic maple tables and flower vases that would complement many interior furnishings.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Works by 35 other Maine artists are on view.

For more information, call 563-1991 or visit stablegallerymaine.com.