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 Michael Evans.
FURMAN GREGORY DEPTULA @ 215 Main: TBD
CITY THEATER @ 205 Main Street: No show this month.
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.
ENGINE @ 128 Main: Two openings. Main gallery: Electrify! is a nationally-touring show of 15 talented emerging young artists, ages 21 to 25, with disabilities from around the U.S. presented by VSA, the Kennedy Center’s international organization on arts and disability based in Washington, D.C. Electrify! is presented by VSA, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, with generous support from Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Storefront and Mable Block: Leeanna Morris’s color-bursting installations will grace both Engine’s storefront as well as the Marble Block storefront across the street, both in dialogue with the other.
BISCUITS & COMPANY @ 24 Alfred: TBD
NORTH DAM MILL @ 2 MAIN ST:
THE ART CERTIFICATE PROGRAM @ Suite 215: For this month’s Biddeford+Saco ArtWalk TACP has a very special art opening! Please join us on as we celebrate the accomplishment of four TACP artists earning their first Art Certificates! This show will feature the fabulous artwork of Adam B, David B, Alex F, and Kelly B. Each artist has developed their unique artistic style over the years of attending TACP, and we are thrilled to present the culmination of their hard work during this ArtWalk!
FOUR CORNERS FRAME SHOP & GALLERY @ Suite 18-203: Featuring Elizabeth Shore, former President of the Pastel Painters of Maine. Shore has worked as an acrylic and oil painter creating beautiful art for more than 50 years.
BOTTOM OF THE RIVER SOUND @ Suite 18-117: Stop in for a tour of their space featuring live music!
SACO ISLAND AND DOWNTOWN SACO:
DAVID BATES PHOTO @ 110 Main St. Suite 1105: Paintings from talented local artists Kate Banks, Kevin Kingdon, Mandy Cyr, Rob Marr, and Patricia Scammon. Fine art photographs by David Bates, Mark Peterson and sculpture and prints from Andrea Waxman Mulcahy will also be on exhibit. Jessica Staples from Bakeosaurus Bakery will have her sweet artistic creations available for sampling! There will also be adult beverages, hors d’oeuvre platters and live acoustic music by Courtney Cleary. The opening will raise funds to benefit the Fairfield School Library which is in need of a major makeover including new shelving, better organization bins, and twirly racks. For more information on how you can help if you cannot attend this event, please contact Fairfield School Librarian, Mary Bishop at (207) 282-1322. A suggested $10 donation (or more) will be welcomed at the door.
SACO MUSEUM @ 371 Main Street: Lost Landscapes by Charles Thompson features the plein air paintings of University of New England Professor of Art Charles Thompson. Thompson paints entirely from life, beginning and completing each painting on location. The places he paints tend to go unnoticed by most people. By capturing these seemingly ordinary places with passion and vigor, he hopes to transform these scenes into extraordinary and sensitive images for others to share in his celebration.
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.