FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 - SATURDAY MARCH 30
With an opening event on Friday, February 15th, 6 to 8pm
Tonee Harbert is a photographer living in Portland, Maine. His frequent subjects have been people and the landscape of Maine. For his current fine art work he uses a plastic “Diana” camera to capture mysterious and haunting landscapes, and surreal interventions of the human touch on our world.
Harbert’s current work is concerning humans’ interaction with the landscape. Any purpose we impose on the landscape leaves a mark which can be overt, or faintly reveals a past narrative. These signs inhabit our visual world, and when taken together, can transmit the surreal feel of a dream being pieced together.
Harbert's photographs have been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Portland Museum of Art, Farnsworth Art Museum, Danforth Museum of Art, University of Miami, ICA at Maine College of Art, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. He was granted a one-year artist residency at the Roswell Artist in Residence Project beginning in June 2019. He’s been awarded a New England Emmy award and his work has also been included in two motion pictures: Home Less Home (independent) and Message in a Bottle (Warner Brothers). Harbert received a degree in Visual Communication from Ohio University in 1986.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 - 6:30-8:00 PM
Speedwell Conversations | Artists Tonee Harbert and Katarina Weslien in discussion with landscape architect Mitchell Rasor.
Gallery opens at 6:30PM. Conversations begins at 7:00 PM.
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FRIDAY APRIL 5 - FRIDAY MAY 31
HENRY WOLYNIEC | relief
With an opening event on Friday, April 5th from 6 to 8pm*
Henry Wolyniec has been a visual artist for over 35 years. He was educated at Columbia University and received his BFA from the Parson Schools of Design in 1979. He has exhibited in New York City, Massachusetts, Maine, North Carolina, and Maryland, among other places.
For more information about the artist please visit: www.henrywolyniec.com
*please note that the gallery will not be open for regular hours until after the opening event.
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