Title

Profiles of painter Anne Harris and her photographer husband, Paul D'Amato, who

Authors

Sarah Goodyear

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

12-24-1998

Pages

12, 13, 14, 15

Abstract

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.

Subjects

Photographers, Women artists, Paul D'Amato, Anne Harris

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