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On the Artwall: Brianna Beebe, Illustrations

Brianna Beebe obtained her BFA in Digital Media from Maine College of Art in 2017. She works in a wide array of mediums, primarily focusing on character sculpture. Her current, personal, focus is on creating illustrative depictions of anthropomorphic creatures. You can find more of her work here.

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On the Artwall: 9 Thousand Things: Tea Photos

On the Artwall through September 2019 Photography by Alexander Zimmerman About 4 years ago I began taking photos of my ongoing journey into tea drinking. The cell phone shots, uploaded to social media sites, were external, public expressions of the excitement welling up inside me as I fell into something so simple and beautiful, something that had hidden in plain site before me for decades. My exposure to tea growing up had only been to my grandparent’s dusty tea-bags, and […]

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On the Artwall: Ebyn Moss returns – Winter’s Reprieve

On the Artwall through end of June Eye catching and colorful patterns depicting flower-like images by artist Ebyn Moss. For more information and images check out The Canvas Journal on Facebook. Prints also available for purchase.

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On the Artwall: Hana Firestone – Illustrations

On the Artwall through early January Hana Firestone is a freelance illustrator and designer. She has a bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from Maine College of Art in Portland. She is greatly inspired by nostalgic memories of childhood books and enjoys collecting greenery from the beautiful outdoors of Maine. Her work also explores pattern making and often consists of pastel colors with quirky line work. When Hana is not drawing she is browsing art galleries around the city and […]

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On the Artwall: Molly Tucker – Re-Crystalization of Bygone Landscapes

Born in New York, Molly Tucker is an ecological artist and amateur geologist currently residing in Portland, Maine. She is set to receive her BFA in photography from Maine College of Art in 2019. Growing up at the “foothills” of the Adirondack Park has influenced a large portion of Tucker’s life. In particular, the bare bedrock of “The Brothers” on Big Slide mountain is where Tucker’s admiration for physical geology is rooted. “The Brothers” provided her ground to photograph, speculate […]

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On the Artwall: Steven Brooks’ Fish: Reclaimed, Salvaged and Found

On the artwall through September Bio I grew up in Casco, Maine and received my BFA from Maine College of Art after transferring from Ringling College of Art in Sarasota FL.  Making fish has been enjoyable as they are accessible and have endless possibilities.  Fish are such a diverse and ever-changing species. There is a seemingly endless variety of shapes, colors and sizes in the world under the waves and fish are a digestible entry point for me. In between […]

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On the Art Wall: Fish Tales – Adventures in Maine Fish Art by Steven Brooks

I’ve always enjoyed using found materials in my art -it allows me a freeness. My fish are made from salvaged materials in, on and by the road all over Maine.  My father was the one who taught me that you can turn debris into design. When I was younger, I remember stopping to pick up bungie cords, wood and other discarded items. I carry his eye with me when I make fish.  I’ve use guitars, cooler lids, 80’s toys, driftwood […]

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On the Farm – Jeff Seaberg

Appalachian Alpaca Farm Art On the Artwall through mid March 2017 Prints also available Jeff Seaberg studied Fine Art at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA, receiving a bachelor’s degree in 1993. He attended their summer program in Viterbo, Italy exploring and studying painting. In 1999, Jeff became a volunteer with a non-profit group called WorldTeach, teaching English in a small town called Pueblo Nuevo de Abangares in Costa Rica. He used art and song to help educate the […]

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On the Artwall: Ralph Davis photos – The Sacred Himalaya

 On the Artwall through mid October Portland resident Ralph Davis has been traveling and photographing in central Asia frequently since 1986. These timeless landscapes from the Himalaya are places of sacred pilgrimage where humanity seeks solace, beauty and peace.

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