AWESOME HOBBY SHOPPE @ 311 MAIN: Showing fringe and outsider art , both local and and international by artists such as Nicolas Cesar, Paul Timmons, and Everett Payne. Curated by artist Michael Evans.
ROBERT DOHAR STUDIO @ 22 Pearl Street: Artist/illustrator Robert Dohar will be highlighting two paintings of Arch Angels Michael and Gabriel at his open studio which will show a blending of fine art and illustration.
HEART OF BIDDEFORD @ 205 Main: Laurie Russo Smith will be showing her abstract work, many done in watercolor, her preferred medium. Her work is inspired by a love of landscapes…the Swiss Alps, the Berkshires of western Mass and the coast of Maine.
CITY THEATER @ 205 Main: 5:00 to 6:30 – short tour and history of the theater. 6:30-8:00 – short tour and a sneak peek at a dance rehearsal for our summer show, The Producers.
JOSEPH WEBSTER GLASS @ 10 Westpoint Lane Suite 201 (From Main Street, go north from 3D’s to York Street to Westpoint Lane): Live glass blowing demonstrations and handmade glass art for sale.
SHEVENELL PARK ARTISANS: Stop by Shevenell Park (across from Thai Me) to browse (and buy) wares from a wide variety of artists and artisans.
FLOURISH @ 140 Main Street: TBA
ENGINE @ 128 Main: New works by Mackenzie Burke.
MARBLE BLOCK @ 129 Main: Artist Deborah Wing-Sproul will perform the first installation of Durational Devices I-V which will take place over the course of five consecutive Fridays (one 2-hour performance for each of the five Devices) June 29 through July 27, from 5-7pm in the Marble Block building, Biddeford, Maine.examines the underside of the human condition. The artist’s body becomes a vehicle to reflect different and varying states of being—young, old, limited or ill; lonely or depressed; contained, controlled or marginalized—and how we confront resistance with and through the body. All events are free and open to the public. Space is limited to 49 at any one time, so you may have to wait depending on capacity. The project will also host a public panel discussion with the artist and acclaimed critical writers/curators on July 28 from 1-3pm. Reservations for the panel recommended.
NORTH DAM MILL @ 2 MAIN ST:
MULLENBERG DESIGNS @ Suite 17-206: Open studio at Mullenberg Designs, a Hand Book Bindery : Studio Gallery featuring select art work by local artists • Book-Binding demos • Wares and Bookbinding supplies for sale.
THE ART CERTIFICATE PROGRAM @ Suite 215: Will be a street vendor this month!
FOUR CORNERS FRAME SHOP & GALLERY @ Suite 18-203: TBA
BOTTOM OF THE RIVER SOUND @ Suite 18-117: In house music, art by Common Roots Studio, and jewelry by Jenna Leigh.
STEPPING STONES TO WELLBEING @ 18-122: Calligraphy art, photography (prints and greeting cards), angel art and semi-precious stone jewelry by Marie Laverriere. Intuitive readings throughout the night as well.
SACO ISLAND AND DOWNTOWN SACO:
DAVID BATES PHOTO @ 110 Main St. Suite 1105: TBA
SACO MUSEUM @ 371 Main Street: The Saco Museum’s summer exhibit is inspired and informed by Leslie Rounds and Emory Rounds new book Laurel Hill Cemetery of Saco, Maine. Buried in Time will feature portraits, photographs, documents, and other personal objects associated with a variety Saco residents, from all walks of life, who are buried in the cemetery.
EATING, DRINKING AFTER HOURS
SWEETCREAM @ 40 Main Street: Delightful hand-made ice cream to accompany you on your ArtWalk.
DIRIGO BREWING @ 28 Pearl Street: Craft beer and popcorn.
BANDED HORN BREWING COMPANY @ 32 Main Street: Craft beer and corn hole. And a deck to relax on post-ArtWalk.
ROUND TURN DISTILLING @ 32 Main Street: Happy Hour TBA. Enjoy a post-artwalk, locally-distilled gin cocktail and some chill music.
COWBELL BURGER BAR 140 Main Street: Live music at 7:30pm.
ELEMENTS BOOKS COFFEE BEER @ 265 Main Street: Check live music schedule.
RUN OF THE MILL @ 100 Main Street Saco
UP & UP @ 207 Main Street Saco (above Vic & Whit’s)
For more information on the Biddeford+Saco ArtWalk, contact coordinator ENGINE at either firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-370-9130.