The Harlow presents Art2022, its 27th annual juried show, which features 35 works of art by 31 artists from across Maine. Included is John LeBlanc’s “Waiting at the Beachline.” Submitted photo

HALLOWELL — The Harlow presents Art2022, its 27th annual juried show, which features 35 works of art by 31 artists from across Maine.

Art2022 opened April 22, and will be on view until Saturday, May 28.

The Harlow plans to hold a closing reception and awards ceremony, with music by the Harlow Acoustic Jam Club, on Friday, May 20, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

The show is juried by photographer and co-founder of Hinge Collaborative, Séan Alonzo Harris.

This year’s exhibit is rich with figures and abstracted landscapes, according to a news release from the gallery. It seems that it represents the interest of Harris, who shares in his artist statement, “I’m genuinely curious about peoples’ lives and the experiences that shape their world.”

The artists and their hometowns are as follows: Angelique Luro of Kennebunkport, Brandy Youland of Buxton, Caroline Ridout of Pittston, David Estey of Belfast, Dean Mccrillis of South Portland, E. Scott Elliot of Dresden, Ed McCartan of Brunswick, Ellen Freed of Hallowell, Eric Darling of Appleton, Felice Boucher of Brunswick, Holden Willard of Raymond, Jane Page-Conway of Bowdoinham, and Jeffrey Orth of Augusta,

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Also, JoAnne Houlsen of Bangor, John LeBlanc of Levant, Jorge E Pena of Wiscasset, Joyce Ellen Weinstein of Westbrook, Judy Gates of South Portland, Judy Nixon of Bristol, Kevin Xiques of Portland, Krista Lord of Lisbon Falls, Mary Pennington of Durham, Mike Yoder of Scarborough, Miranda Dixon of Lewiston, and Nancy Nicol of Dresden.

Also, Nikki Millonzi of Norway, Rabee A Kiwan of Portland, Regan Emily Bell of Westbrook, Rosalind Fedeli of York, and Sally Stanton of Northport.

The Harlow is a membership-based nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963. The Harlow is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and  Saturday.

For more information, visit harlowgallery.org or email [email protected].

Holden Willard’s “Quinn Sleeping.” Submitted photo