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|2231||COA pier construction|
View of the COA pier from the water.
|2246||Foot bridge closure|
A sign warning that the bridge between Turrets and Deering Common has been damaged and people should use the Peach House path.
The original wooden foot bridge that crossed the stream that separates Turrets and Deering Common.
A photo of Cottage House student residence in winter.
A photo of Cottage House student residence.
|2250||Davis Carriage House|
A photograph of three people standing in front of the door to the Davis Carriage House before it was bought by COA and turned into student housing.
|2251||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of the back of Davis Carriage House through the trees.
|2252||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of the attic insulation of the Davis Carriage House.
|2253||Davis Carriage House|
A photo of a person standing in the doorway of the attic storage space in the Davis Carriage House
A photo of a bathroom in the Davis Center on the COA campus
A photo of the side and back porch of the Davis Center on the COA campus
A photo of the driveway and side of the Davis Center on COA campus.
|2257||Davis Center renovation|
A person doing construction work on the interior of what would become the Kathryn W. Davis Center of International and Regional Studies.
|2138||The Art of the Book|
The Art of the Book Fine 20th-Century Bindings from a Private Collection Opening reception: Sunday, September 20, from 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibition runs through Saturday, October 10
|2139||Patten, Maine: Portraits by Arturo Patten|
Opening reception: Sunday, September 21, 5-7 pm Exhibition runs through October 25. The exhibition was made possible with the assistance of Lenore Hansen, Frances McKenney and the town of Patten: and the generous support of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrish Milliken, Diana and Luigi Albertini, Anne and John Milliken, Cornelia T. Winthrop, Chi Mei and Raffaello Orlando, Stuart Bernstein, and Art Matters, Inc. Image: Fred Bates, Puddle Maker, by Arturo Patten, photograph, 1996 [show more]
|2140||Marin in Maine|
Marin in Maine Oils and watercolors by John Marin (1870-1953) from private collections and the artist's estate. Photographic portraits of Marin by George Daniell. Opening reception: Thursday, August 13, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Exhibition runs through September 12 Special thanks to Norma Marin, the Richard York Gallery, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward McC. Blair for making this show possible. Image: Lobster Boat Off Cape Split, watercolor, 1939, 13 ¾ by 18 inches. Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Edward McC. Blair. [show more]
|2141||Russians in Retrospect: Constructivist Art from the Robert and Maurine Rothschild Collection|
Opening reception: Sunday, August 17, 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibition runs through September 13 Image: Popova Liubov, Med Vervis. Brush and India ink and watercolor, 1921. Photo: Warren Hill
|2150||An Island Invitational|
An Island Invitational Oils and acrylics by Robert Goodman, Alan McCord, and Judy Taylor. Sculptural work by Shirley Fuerst. Opening reception: Sunday, July 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibition runs through Saturday, August 8 Gallery hours: Noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday-Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday Front: Robert Goodman, Trees at Dusk, acrylic, 1996, 13 by 19 inches
|2151||A Salute to Wingspread: Aurelia Brown, Marian Olin, and Adele Seronde|
A Salute to Wingspread: Aurelia Brown, Marian Olin, and Adele Seronde Opening reception: Sunday, July 11, 5 to 7 p.m. Exhibition runs through Saturday, July 31 Blum Gallery hours: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Tues - Sat. Front: Adele Seronde, Iris, oil, four feet in diameter
|2152||East/West: Yoga, Calligraphy, and Stones|
East/West: Yoga, Calligraphy, and Stones Silk scroll, ink drawings, and photographs by Leon Chang, Walter Compton (1941-1995), Philip Heckscher, Steve Katona and Christopher Lyman Opening reception: Thursday, October 15, 4 to 6:30 p.m., with calligraphy demonstration at 5:30 Exhibition runs through November 14 Front: To Write, Chinese character, ink calligraphy by Philip Heckscher
|2153||The Tallit Katan: Does God Care if I Make Them Out Of...?|
The Tallit Katan: Does God Care If I Make Them Out Of...? Jewish ritual garments created from ordinary and extraordinary materials, by Bob Gottlieb. Opening reception: Sunday, December 6, 4 to 6 p.m. Exhibition runs through Saturday, January 9 Gallery hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon. - Sat. Front: Tallit Katan based on Israeli, Palestinian, and U.S. flags, 1997, by Bob Gottlieb
|2154||Ancient Traditions, Contemporary Visions|
Ancient Traditions, Contemporary Visions August 14-September 21 Art has the capacity to convey timeless values of truth and beauty even as it confronts violence and change. Five American artists from Asian, Middle Eastern and Western traditions express complex multi-cultural realities in painting and sculpture. Eyal Danieli~Bob Gottlieb~Philip Heckscher~Nina Kuo~Wasma'a Chorbachi Opening reception on Sunday, August 17, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Front: "Mount Desert," Philip Heckscher, 1999, 24" x 36" [show more]
|2155||Photographs by Bill McDowell|
Photographs by Bill McDowell May 23 - June 5 The Gallery College of the Atlantic Bar Harbor, Maine Opening reception: Friday, May 23, 4:00-6:00 Gallery hours: 9 to 5, Mon.-Fri.
A lone Solitary Sandpiper walking through a marsh.
A male and female Black Scoter in the ocean.