977 C Cundy’s Harbor Road Harpswell, Maine - ME04079
Harbor Works is a photography gallery of landscape and seascape stories located in a Civil War-era home overlooking Cundy’s Harbor, one of Maine’s last working waterfronts. Taking the name for the physical structures that shelter all harbors—the granite breakwaters and piers that bear the impressions of Maine’s quarrymen—Harbor Works represents places inhabited by families whose histories are deeply connected to the raw necessities of life: fuels and metals, livestock and fisheries, timber, grains, and fibers. As a village whose livelihood stems from America’s oldest industry—the once bountiful North Atlantic fishery that gave impetus to the exploration and settlement of the continent—Cundy’s Harbor embodies the essence of this Gallery.
We’re a non-profit school in Portland, Maine offering semester-long intensive programs in documentary writing, radio, photography and multimedia with a focus on powerful and responsible storytelling. We also exhibit documentary work in our gallery and host documentary-related events.
As a consultant to private or corporate collectors, a wide range of services are available to meet clients needs. Whether interested in purchasing a single work of art, or adding to or building a specific collection, we can advise and search for appropriate works of art.
Carver Hill Gallery is located in Rockland, Maine – one of the most vibrant small-city art communities in the country. The gallery sits between The Farnsworth Art Museum, The Strand Theater and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art .
Carver Hill has been showing contemporary fine art from Maine and the wider US for over ten years. The gallery also represents artists from countries including Italy, Argentina, Cuba, and the Czech Republic – and has exclusive US representation for many of them. 2D and 3D work from young emerging talent to mid-career and established artists can all be found here. Commissions, corporate sales & installation, and worldwide insured shipping are all welcome and available.
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has been supporting, exhibiting, and sustaining arts and artists with ties to Maine since its founding in 1952. In that time, CMCA has grown from a scrappy upstart presenting shows in barns and backrooms to become the state’s preeminent contemporary arts organization, hosting a slew of internationally-known artists along the way. With its new space in the heart of downtown Rockland, CMCA extends its reach exponentially, allowing it to continue its mission on a whole new level.