Title

An article on South Portland's appeal for artists, who are drawn by an emergent

Source

Down East

Date

1-1-2001

Pages

54-57, 73

Abstract

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.

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