Reed Hayden

“I see the nature of existence as something that includes the human organism but is not constrained or defined by it.” – Reed Hayden Reed Hayden is an artist from coastal Maine who draws primary inspiration for his work from the practice of Zen and the study of cognitive evolution. His medium of choice is […]

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Rachel Church Art

Filtering the Cyan(otype) Sea – Rachel Church

Recent alumni Rachel Church and artist Melissa Bardsley just had a show titled, “Filtering the Cyan(otype) Sea” with Project Emmersive, located in Bidderford, Maine. Church describes her work as: “This work began with a series of cyanotypes that was inspired by the work of Anna Atkins. Atkins was a botanist who in 1843 used the […]

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Grace DeGennaro, Continuum (Magenta), 2018, oil on linen (detail)

Temporality -The Process of Time, Bethany Engstrom

“Exploring ideas of repetition, duration, and process, Temporality looks at how contemporary artists are using time as a means of making. The exhibition explores the question of what is time, and how do we measure and give value to time?” -Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Bethany Engstrom, a 2011 alumni of the IMFA program has […]

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Steve Norton Show

Alumni Steven Norton

Steve Norton, a recent alumni of the IMFA program will be having an exhibition in the Blum Gallery at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine.  The show runs from October 28th thru November 13th. He will be showcasing recent work that was completed as part of his thesis project. The opening reception […]

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