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  Silent Auction Featured Artists

 The Artists listed below are part of the fundraiser for the restoration of the Wood Island Lighthouse boathouse and the preservation of the Fletcher Neck Preserve. The silent Auction will take place on August 9, during  the reception.

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Margaret Gerding

marg_gerding@yahoo.com

Grounded in representation, Gerding’s work portrays a deep connection to solitude and the landscape. Along with paintings inspired by travel, her move to Kennebunkport in 2015 solidified her commitment to the landscape of Southern Maine. Capturing real moments in time, Gerding allows the viewer to experience the intimacy of nature. She works in the studio and plein-air, allowing for intense, direct observation.

Represented by

 

Arden Gallery, Boston, MA                           

Edgewater Gallery, Middlebury, VT

Left Bank Gallery, Wellfleet, M A                  

Maine Art Hill, Kennebunk, ME             

Powers Gallery, Acton, MA                           

SoNo Fine Art, South Norwalk, CT

East Point Sanctuary
12x12" o/p, framed
Value $1800

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Christy Bergland

Many years as a Plein air painter through art schools at the Maryland Institute College of Art, University of Pennsylvania and Skowhegan.

Now a painter whose natural world involvement is also informed by a deep dive into the mystery of what makes us human.

 

Contact Information for Christy Bergland:

Email:    christy.bergland@gmail.com

Phone:   410-404-5115

Best way to be contacted:   Either phone, text, or email

Personal Website: www.Christybergland.com

Saco Bay Changing Weather
Oil Pastel on Paper
16" X 20"
Value $675

 

Kathleen "Teen" Dancause

Kathleen (Teen) Dancause received her ‘Associate of the Ontario College of Art degree (AOCA) in Toronto in the late forties. An award-winning artist and founding member of the Cornwall Arts Development Committee, her work can be found in parts of Europe, the United States, and of course her homeland, Canada.

Kathleen arrived in Biddeford Pool in 1970. Her love for the rocky coast of Maine had her returning to BPool for well over 40 years. “Teen’s” paintings are most noted for capturing the essence of summertime in the Pool:  local landmarks, active summer scenes at the beach, the Annual Lobsterfest, Hattie's, Crawley's Lobster Pound, Goldthwaite's, the Good Humor truck, etc. - all of which are familiar scenes to those who love BPool as much as she did.


 

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