Members of the Bridgton Art Guild have put together an exhibit called “Sanctuary,” featuring works created during the COVID-19 pandemic which ponder the meaning of home, on display through Friday, Feb. 26, at the gallery located at 302 in Bridgton. Karen McDonnell, one of the exhibitors, depicted the shelter of a Tree of Life within the unifying spirit of an Orb, inspired in part by the lyrics of the song “Somewhere: Peace and quiet, and open air, time to learn, time to care, we’ll find a new way of living, we’ll find there’s a way of forgiving … somewhere.” For more information, call 207-647-2787 or visit gallery302.com. Submitted phot0

 

Members of the Bridgton Art Guild have put together an exhibit called “Sanctuary,” featuring works created during the COVID-19 pandemic which ponder the meaning of home, on display through Friday, Feb. 26, at the gallery at 302 in Bridgton.

Karen McDonnell, one of the exhibitors, depicted the shelter of a Tree of Life within the unifying spirit of an Orb, inspired in part by the lyrics of the song “Somewhere: Peace and quiet, and open air, time to learn, time to care, we’ll find a new way of living, we’ll find there’s a way of forgiving … somewhere.”

For more information, call 207-647-2787 or visit gallery302.com.