"Cover Story" piece on a perception that the 1990s did not produce a bumper crop
"Cover Story" piece on a perception that the 1990s did not produce a bumper crop of important new Maine artists. Two dozen Maine art dealers, museum directors, curators, critics, art educators, and artists were surveyed about the proposition. What emerged were the names of nine excellent Maine artists working in that decade, along with reasons for a more general lack of artistic vitality. With profiles of the artists: Brett Bigbee of South Portland; Terry McKelvey, who now lives in Pennsylvania; John Bisbee of Brunswick; Greg Parker who paints at a Westbrook studio; Anne Harris of South Portland; Paul D'Amato, Harris's husband; Denise Froelich of Kennebunkport; Lucy White, who grew up in Brunswick and lives in Boston; and Tom Hall of Portland.
Beem, Edgar Allen, ""Cover Story" piece on a perception that the 1990s did not produce a bumper crop" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4105.
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