I’ve bounced back & forth between Maine & Mass for years, always creating along the way. I love working with my hands & mixing styles. Right now I’m into bohemian wall art, macrame decor & plant hangers. My projects change as frequently as my mind, so check my page to stay updated on recent work!
His hand crafted metal works and watercolor bring a new spin on our nature vibe in the shop!
I have been published in DownEast Magazine, The Maine Magazine, Maine The Way Quarterly, National Fisherman Magazine, and am routinely included in Portland's annual visitor's guide. It is a true honor to represent the beauty of Maine and greater New England through my work, and cannot wait to share it with you!
My work is always a collaboration with my camera - I move and change the actual landscape into a representation of the ephemeral reality. These are all reworked using watercolor techniques.
We’re Gabby and Sam, two sisters from Maine. We have both spent a majority of the past few years traveling the world (to our parents’ slight dismay) and something that always came up for us was the amount of natural products the rest of the world uses. Everything has a purpose. This started out as a way to make natural products for ourselves and our loved ones, and it turned into Statera.
The Crooked Look is two Portland, Maine artists, Jeremy McNelley and Lucie Anderson, working collectively with a wide variety of materials to make the world a more interesting place. You can find them on Instagram @thecrookedlook
Originally from upstate New York, i am a Maine based artist dealing in mixed media, canvas painting and illustration. Most of what I do is capturing unspoken narratives, letting imagery and characters telling everyone who sees them a unique story.
Christy has used art as an emotional outlet and coping mechanism to help her find her voice when she couldn’t find the right words. After over ten years as a commercial graphic designer and feeling burnt out, Christy rekindled her passion for art and illustration and merged it with her love (and obsession) for pin collecting. From this came EVOL-EYE co. featuring designs inspired by love, loss, and hope for better days.
"Born and raised in Maine, I graduated from Thornton Academy in 2012 and studied Art with a Business concentration at SMCC. Growing up I always had pencil and notebook in hand, ready to draw or paint whenever inspired. Now my mediums range from watercolor, drawing, photography, jewelry making, macrame, and flower preservation. Living in such a beautiful state with all four seasons has always been my biggest inspiration; I feel so fortunate to be able to experience it."