Edgar Allen Beem discusses 10 contemporary Maine island artists whose work goes
Edgar Allen Beem discusses 10 contemporary Maine island artists whose work goes beyond realism: Eric Hopkins, a native of North Haven; Brita Holmquist, whose family visited Islesboro in the summer; Suzanne Heller, John Wulp, and Robert Indiana of Vinalhaven; Henry Finkelstein, a life-long summer resident of Great Cranberry Island, and his fellow Cranberry islanders, Emily Nelligan and her husband, Marvin Bileck; William Manning, who spends one or two months a year on Monhegan; Maurice Colton III of Matinicus; and David Row, who has summered on Cushing Island all his life.
Artists, Bileck, Marvin, Colton, Maurice III, Finkelstein, Henry, Heller, Suzanne, Holmquist, Brita, Hopkins, Eric, Indiana, Robert, Manning, William, Nelligan, Emily, Row, David, Wulp, John
Beem, Edgar Allen, "Edgar Allen Beem discusses 10 contemporary Maine island artists whose work goes" (2003). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 354.
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