STEUBEN — Steuben artist Bob Bryson will be the featured artist for July at the Henry D. Moore Library. His show will be available for viewing during library hours. Bryson will be showing a variety of his work which will include acrylics, pastels, watercolor pencils, pen and ink, mixed media and woodcuts. Subject matter includes portraits, landscapes, seascapes, still life and more. Much of his artwork is inspired by people, places and things in Downeast Maine.
Bryson obtained his art degree at the University of Maine Orono and has exhibited his work throughout Maine and at many national juried shows in other states. He has illustrated books and magazines, painted the mural in the children’s room at the Henry D. Moore Library, teaches several classes at “Schoodic Arts for All” and offers art lessons to groups or individuals. Bryson also does editorial cartoons for two weekly newspapers and has received recognition of merit awards from the Maine Press Association for this work.
Bob’s work can also be seen at the West Quoddy Lighthouse Gallery in Lubec this summer and at “Artisans and Antiques” on Main Street in Winter Harbor. moorelibrary.org