Brunswick’s Downtown ArtWalk! The 2nd Friday Brunswick event will occur from 4 to 7 p.m. on June 11, July 9, Aug. 13, Sept. 10.

JUNE 11: Find the MAP, LISTINGS & SCHEDULE at or pickup a copy of The Cryer newspaper or scroll down for details.

Please join us as we take advantage of Brunswick’s wide sidewalks to host a variety of artists and musicians for four 2nd Friday ArtWalks. See the art and meet the artists along Maine Street and beyond, visit our unique and artistic shops, and enjoy Brunswick’s many outside and inside dining opportunities!

Businesses hosting artists:
The Mix – Featuring a collection of local artists including Erin Contois Vazbuskas, with pieces representing the theme “What Summer Brings”.
Hatch On Maine – Featuring watercolor and acrylic paintings from Cinda Sheehan Haas. Cinda’s work is inspired by Maine and her Peaks Island studio view.
Bayview Gallery – Bayview’s June exhibit is titled, “Of Woods and Waters” featurning Cadillac Mountain View by Robert Colburn and Incoming Tide by Tom Hughes among other pieces. Open until 7 PM during ArtWalk.
Grampa’s Garden – Hosting Emily Hollister with extra-ordinary Portraiture and Photographer, Greg Gallant with Maine themed prints.
Points of View Artists – Our first since 2019! New Connections explores our experience with art during the past strange year of isolation.
Little Dog Coffee Shop – Hosting Abby Robbins and Family Pandemic Portraits – a juxtaposition of digital imagery & oil paint. Also serving Gifford ice cream until 9 PM!
Lemont Block Collective – A community collective, featuring amazing local Maine-based artists and makers. Open until 7 PM.
Root Rind & Petal – Featuring artist John Fitzpatrick. John grew up in Brunswick and studied figure drawing, painting and sculpture in college.

POP-UP Artists displayed ON Maine Street :

Heather Atwood – Unique handmade silver & bronze lost wax cast & repurposed copper jewelry
Catherine Worthington – Original painted, pieced & stitched textile art
Beth Thompson – Handcrafted sterling silver jewelry with pearl, tourmaline, and seaglass accents
Spindleworks Art Center – Art in a variety of mediums available for sale
Wayne Sanford: Inside Firewood
200 Faces: Portraits by Jeanelle
Pamela Shockey – Impressionistic oil & watercolor landscape paintings
Karl Saila: Fine Maine watercolors and cards
Christine Detroy: Rescued, recycled, vintage fabric pillows
Jingjing Luo – Abstract, conceptual, expressionism, combined ink brush techniques & concepts art
Debbie Hamilton: Writing material; water colors, sheet music, burnt wood
Ken Wise – Finely crafted wooden bowls, spoons, paddles & wildlife art
Sidney Santerre: Bringing weird concepts to life with a vibrant and illustrative style
Greg Mason Burns – Abstract Paintings
Cori Riggott O’Leary – Custom art, wood cut prints, and handmade cards
Christine Wolff – Stained glass pieces inspired by nature. Stones, shells, and sea glass on large panels. Unique and one-of-a-kind.
Mere Point Soleil- Custom art, wood cut prints, and handmade cards
Nancy Shaul – Cool whimsical pottery
Mere Point Soleil – A unique, natural, and non-toxic candle experience with the finest custom-blended scents and all-natural coconut & soy waxes.
Banner Bags – Repurposed banner
Brunswick Public Art: The Rivers Voice (Town Mall)
MUSIC & Entertainment:

4:00 – 7:00 pm
Watersong music – The Mix, 53 Maine Street
Entertainment by Watersong Music!

5:00 – 6:00 pm
DAN POSSUMATO – Bank of America Courtyard, 110 Maine Street
Traditional Irish music with instrumentation including the button accordion.

4:30 – 7:00 pm
DAVID BULLARD – In front of Vinyl Haven, 147 Maine Street
Performing mostly original music with a five finger picking style all his own.

On-street parking and municipal public parking lots are free.

Thanks to our sponsors for their generous support! – Presenting: The Tontine Mall, June Sponsor: Bangor Savings Bank, and Media Sponsor: The Cryer