Profiles of painter Anne Harris and her photographer husband, Paul D'Amato, who
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Profiles of painter Anne Harris and her photographer husband, Paul D'Amato, who live in South Portland with their 3-year-old son, Max. D'Amato, a recipient of many grants and prizes including a Guggenheim fellowship, is a professor at the Maine College of Art (MECA). Harris, who has also received considerable grant money and a Guggenheim fellowship, also taught at MECA when it was the Portland School of Art, as well as at Boston University and Bowdoin College. She has sold out two one-woman shows at Boston's Nielsen Gallery, and is represented at the DC Moore gallery in New York. Just out of graduate school, Harris sold a painting for $2,500. Now the price for a large canvas is up to $16,000, which is split with her gallery. D'Amato has been taking photos in Pilsen, a Mexican neighborhood in Chicago, for years and hopes to someday publish a book with the best of these photographs.
Photographers, Women artists, Paul D'Amato, Anne Harris
Goodyear, Sarah, "Profiles of painter Anne Harris and her photographer husband, Paul D'Amato, who" (1998). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 2556.
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