Harlow Gallery is “Fired Up”

ALLOWELL — The Harlow Gallery will showcase ceramic works by 32 artists in the exhibition “Fired Up,” which will be on view July 31 through Aug. 22, at 160 Water St. “Fired Up” culminated from an open call to artists working from clay and was juried by Harlow Gallery staff. Out of 106 submissions, 85 works of art will be included in the final show, including utilitarian, decorative and conceptual pieces.

A public reception is set for 5-8 p.m. Friday, July 31. Both the exhibition and the reception are free and open to the public.

Participating artists: Robert Santerre, of Arrowsic; Lori Watts and Doreen Morgan, both of Augusta, Russell Kahn and Cory Upton-Cosulich, both of Belfast; Sara Kaluzynski, of Bethany, Connecticut, Cathy Rees, of Brooklin; Jackie Melissas, of Brunswick; Ann McClellan, of Camden; Valerie Deveraux, of Cape Elizabeth; Karen Campbell, of Carrabessett Valley; Meryl Ruth, of Cumberland; Malley Weber, of Hallowell; Mary Devenney, Joe Devenney and Jonathan Mess, all of Jefferson; Penelope Hall, of Kingfield; Jeff Spencer and Mary K. Spencer, both of Litchfield; Jeffrey Ackerman, of Morrill; Nancy Meader, of Oakland; Constant Albertson, Blake Eden and John Eden, all of Orono; Catherine Gibson, of Orr’s Island; Elizabeth Louden, Rebecca May Verrill and Whitney Gill, all of Portland; Jeff Woodbury, of South Portland; Cheryl Herr-Rains and Mark Hutton, both of Vienna; Tyler Gulden, of Walpole; Elizabeth Downs, of West Gardiner; Libbey Seigars, of Whitefield; Anne Alexander, of Windham.

“Fired Up” is sponsored by The Ballard Center, Dirigo Capital Advisors, Mendall Group and Levey, Wagley & Putman, P.A.

“Fired Up” is also supported in part by our season sponsors: The Bank of Maine, Capitol Dental Care, Current Media, Dead River Company, the City of Hallowell, the Jennings Family of Hallowell, Kennebec Savings Bank, Scrummy Afters Candy Shoppe and the Vallee Brothers, Chris & Ray Vallee.


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