Maine Farmland Trust Gallery, in partnership with the Harlow Gallery/Kennebec Valley Art Association, will present CSA II — one of three exhibitions of work by 13 Maine artists who have been partnered with CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farms throughout the 2017 growing season.

Meet the artists and farmers at the opening reception set for 5-8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, with a gallery talk at 5 p.m. at Maine Farmland Trust Gallery, 97 Main St., in Belfast. The exhibition will on view Sept. 22 through Nov. 10.

For more information about Maine Farmland Trust Gallery visit mainefarmlandtrust.org.

Participating artists and farms are: Ingrid Ellison of Camden paired with Hope’s Edge Farm, Helene Farrar of Manchester paired with Farmer Kev’s, Dylan Gifford of Kents Hill paired with Wholesome Holmstead, Karen Merritt of Portland paired with Crystal Spring Farm, Anna O’Sullivan of Portland paired with The FarmME, Tim Ouillette of Portland paired with Hancock Family Farm, Tyson Pease of Gardiner paired with Tender Soles Farm, Alyssa Phanitdasack of Portland paired with Sheepscot General Farm and Store, Jessica Rhoades of Thomaston paired with Whatley Farm, Susan Bartlett Rice of Walpole paired with Tarbox Farm, Nicholas Runco of Oakland paired with KVCC CSA, Kris Sader of Orono paired with Ripley Farm, and Rebecca May Verrill of Portland paired with Frith Farm.

During CSA II, participating artists have been visiting their partner farms regularly since January 2017, at the very start of this year’s growing season, creating art inspired by their farmers’ lives, work and landscape. The resulting body of artwork will be exhibited at three venues in the fall of 2017: at the Maine Farmland Trust Gallery in Belfast Sept. 22 through Nov. 10; at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell Oct. 27 through Dec. 2; and at Engine in Biddeford Nov. 10 through Dec. 16.

Participating farms are Community Supported Agriculture.

Maine Farmland Trust Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, visit mainefarmlandtrustgallery.org.

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