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The Artists

Infinite perspective ...

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Gallery Artists

Dale Bradley

Master Printmaker, Painter, Sculptor

Dale is a scientific illustrator, graphic novelist, inventor. explorer, and artist on the never-ending adventure. His techniques, materials, palette. and subject matter take many forms. At once explosive and sublime, Dale's work emerges from the challenge to see what might happen it .. and one is never disappointed.

Brian Krebs


Brian paints observations and mathematical quandaries he transforms into geometric frameworks within which a story is told. Immediately apparent and delightfully satisfying is the choreography that unveils to the onlooker a rare and sensuous truth in each subject matter.

Kathy Moss


Kathy has this well defined sole intent to her art: to paint beautiful things, to make beautiful paintings. Her methods generate singular platforms on which are elegant and amusing figures, flowers, trees. The simplicity and sparseness of Kathy’s work as it is married through the artists to invention and curiosity is palpable.

Chris Polson


Chris is a fisherman and an outdoorsman who paints underpinnings, magnificent glimpses into landscapes, flows, and sky that pull you into the canvas. His powerful perspective and the unexpected energy in his brush are immediately alluring, having surrounded you at first glance.

W.K. Thorndike


Kelly is a thriller, thinking, moving, doing: a choreography of progressive ideas. His art is all things and no things, impulse painted as stillness, art as change leaping forward and lying still. There is always more to what is revealed on the canvas but one thing is for for sure - it will be magnetic.

Photo Credit:
Shawn Patrick 2018

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Visiting Artists

J.T. Gibson

Sculptor, Painter, Photographer

Jay is an extraordinary sculptor and painter whose exquisitely crafted forms tell the story of the things with which he works - the brass, wood, canvas, paper are the attractors steeling your attention. The exchange is captivating.

Anne Neely



"In the teeth of male dominated 1970's and 80's Minimalism and Pop, women artists, like Neely, looked to organic abstraction to describe and comment on issues from climate change to reproductive rights to feminist and racial diversity and equality.  Most, like Neely and several of her own students (including Sarah Sze) and associates from Massachusetts and Maine continue to make art as if lives depend on it.  For Neely, and those who care to look now and to think deeply, they do."

Christopher Crosman, Director Emeritus Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine
August 2023, Exhibition Catalogue

G15 Kathy Moss, Untitled #456, 2014, Oil on Linen, 72 x 72 inches Anticipated Bid Rate 254
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