An article on South Portland's appeal for artists, who are drawn by an emergent
An article on South Portland's appeal for artists, who are drawn by an emergent art scene based in Ferry Village, Willard Beach, and Meetinghouse Hill; affordable real estate prices; and distinct neighborhoods of modest, closely-packed homes. With profiles of and comments from South Portland artists, including realist painter, Joseph Nicoletti; classical realist painter Brett Bigbee; painter Anne Harris and her husband, documentary photographer, Paul D'Amato; the ceramicists at Sawyer Street Studio, including Nancy Nevergole, who lives in Portland; Joshua Eckels and his partner Keith Fitzgerald, who opened the hip gallery Zero Station; and Jonathan White, who opened Front Room gallery a year earlier.
Beem, Edgar Allen, "An article on South Portland's appeal for artists, who are drawn by an emergent" (2001). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2449.
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