IN THE GALLERY [2014]

Our lovely gallery presents the best in contemporary Maine art, curated from across the state.  We are open for viewing Fridays – Sundays, 1pm – 4pm, during all events, and by appointment. And you are also welcome to join us for gallery openings, along with the artists and refreshments — always for free!


Friday, June 13, 5-7pm

Maya Kuvaja: PASSAGE

(A Story of Vanishing Creatures)

mayakuvaja_Flight Path

Come join Bridgton artist Maya Kuvaja for the opening of her new body of work, for which she received a Maine Arts Commission grant, addresses the affects of human industry on various species and coincides with the Passenger Pigeon Project which works to raise awareness of species loss and promote preservation.

Sponsored in part by the Maine Arts Commission.


 Friday, June 27, 5-7pm

Richard Keen: CONVERGING FORMS

Sea Geometry

Sea Geometry

Richard Keen’s work comes from the sea.  His distillations of oceanic forms and the natural phenomena of the  sea pulsate with the rhythms of life underwater–which, incidentally, is where Mr. Keen spends much of his time, as a professional diver.  Distilled, confident, and dynamic, Keen’s canvasses are repositories of our collective, watery dreams.  Come join us for an opening of works new and old here at the DAC.

Note: Mr. Keen will also teach a workshop on encaustic painting on Saturday, June 28.  See here for more details. 


 Friday, July 25, 5-7pm

Anne Buckwalter: ARTILLERY PARK

Home Base

Home Base

Anne Buckwalter’s world is may derive from ours, but it is an entirely foreign place, populated with a family of characters that range from the sinister to the sublime.  Using characters and objects from nightmares, news stories, traditional folklore, and fiction, Ms. Buckwalter’s images animate obscure competitions and esoteric rituals with a playfulness that belies their depth of thematic intent.  Imagine Marcel Dzama suffering from some childhood from of PTSD.  We are pleased to present a show devoted to Ms. Buckwalter’s unique stories, so come welcome her to our walls.