DEER ISLE, Maine — The Turtle Gallery will open with a reception for the following artists at 2 p.m. Sunday July 13, at 61 North Deer Isle Road.
Jeffery Becton lives in Deer Isle. He graduated from Yale in 1970, with a BA in History, and received an MFA in graphic design from the Yale School of Art in 1976. In 1978 he moved to Maine. Jeffery uses the computer to merge photographic images which blur the boundaries between landscape and interior spaces.
Peter Kemble worked for architectural firms in Boston and Cambridge, taught at the Boston Architectural Center, and participated in juries of student work at RISD, SUNY Purchase, MIT, and the Massachusetts College of Art. He headed his Cambridge graphic design firm, Designs & Devices, from 1969 to 2005. He now lives in western Massachusetts and Deer Isle, and devotes his time to creating digital prints.
Barbara Putnam lives in Massachusetts and Deer Isle. She teaches drawing, printmaking and a survey course in Art History at St. Mark’s School. For her sabbatical she was the Coastal Studies Artist in residence at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME. Barbara has traveled to Svalbard, for the Arctic Circle Residency aboard a tall ship, sailing 800 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Barbara’s prints and quilts have been shown internationally, with solo exhibitions in Finland, Argentina, Romania; and in numerous museums and collections in the USA.
In addition, a collection of Regional Wood and Metal Work will include furniture by Eben Foss and Joe Tracy, turned wood by Chris Joyce,
forged metal work by Doug Wilson, and fabricated wall pieces by Peter Bennett.
The Turtle Gallery also shows blown and cast glass, limited edition prints, sculpture, clay and jewelry. The gallery is located at 61 North Deer Isle Road (route 15) and will be open Monday through Saturday from 10 – 5:30, and Sunday from 2-6. Please visit online attheturtlegallery.com or call 348 9977 for further information.
This post was contributed by a community member. Submit your news →