"Two Trees at Ocean Point" oil 9" x 12”
The big November snow storm was a storm to remember for sure. One of the memories it left was its changing of "Three Trees" to "Two Trees" Our icon has changed but we will still enjoy painting the new look. Artists are undaunted!
This hot rock band harnesses handsome harmonies and nimble, sturdy acoustic folk. Returning to the Camden Opera House by popular demand! In this increasingly virtual world of ours, what makes music authentic? For some, songs are no more than tiny sentimental decompressions. But others treat music as an extension of their roots, a mirror of their travels and relationships, and a testament to both their craft and passion.
Morning Light on the Cove 11" x 14" Oil on oil-primed linen mounted on board. I painted this about 7:30 in the morning in mid April. Even though it was overcast the light was just beaming on the little house on Ram Island and on the homes in the cove. The inner cove was still a little dark. It was magic. You see so much when you are plein air painting........and there is so much to see!!!
The Most Unknown is an epic documentary film that sends nine scientists to extraordinary parts of the world to uncover unexpected answers to some of humanity’s biggest questions. How did life begin? What is time? What is consciousness? How much do we really know?
In a meadow in Tanglewood, a lone Tulip Tree blooms in May......I came up to one just to touch the petals. And there, I came upon a Solitary Fairy, one of the Wee Folk. Read more of the story and what makes spring time a powerful time on our website: The Solitary Fairy in a Tulip Tree.
A sweet gift for Mom! And on sale from $25 to $20. These one-of-a-kind miniature altered book art pieces made with tissue paper, tulle and cupcake wrappers. Then, the back of the corset is stitched up with pink thread. Each measures approximately an inch and a half by six inches and some come with their own handcrafted miniature hangers.
APRIL* By John Galsworthy Starry-eyed is April morn, Rain bells glitter on the thorn. Birds are tuning down the lane Patter song of fallen rain. Spring can grieve, but Spring can be Very life of minstrelsy!
“We need the tonic of wildness...At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough of nature.” -Henry David Thoreau
Camden Opera House partners with Points North Institute to present Into the Wind, a vibrant journey through the diverse layers of artist Andy Goldsworthy's world. A lushly-visualized travelogue, Goldsworthy's work and Thomas Riedelsheimer's exquisite cinematography redefine landscape and inextricably tie human life to the natural world.
Our area's best playhouse, as voted by VillageSoup readers, will play host to a new romantic musical comedy "Is Mozart in Maine?" March 23-25. The storyline revolves around Mozart being mysteriously transported into the future where he is adopted by a coastal village at the height of tourist season. Book, music and lyrics are by Rockport resident Richard Cadwalader, and the production will feature many of the mid-coast's finest singers and pe
If you follow my posts, you know that I make miniature fairy dresses out of natural materials I find in the woods. And each one has an Irish back story, which is perfect for this month, as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, based on the patron saint of Ireland.
Here are three handmade one-of-a-kind green dresses and their Irish backgrounds, which are $35 each on our Etsy store.
Is St. Patrick’s Day the “Holy Day” for you or an Irish friend? I made this wee fairy dress in the midst of a nor'easter. While it was a whiteout outside for nearly 18 hours, piling up over a foot, I wanted to bring the beauty of Ireland's lush green landscape into this dress with dark green reindeer moss over a birch bodice.
The back of the bodice is stitched up by bright green thread. This miniature fairy dress measures 1.5" by 4 " and comes with its own wee custom hanger.
MIDCOAST — Area landscapers: Have you filled your mowing contracts yet this year? Do you want to lock in more jobs? Help is here. Penobscot Bay Pilot is producing its spring/summer edition of the WAVE magazine and is dedicating pages to advertisers building their business base in landscaping and property maintenance services.
The Camden Opera House presents the romantic drama Before Sunrise. Join us on a spring Friday evening for Date Nights – romantic films at an affordable price that includes free popcorn! Tickets $5 at the door.
She is a love fairy and carries the red rose with her at all times. But love can cut both ways as anyone who has ever experienced heartbreak knows. The Leanhaun sidhe is a Gaelic muse, a solitary fairy, who seeks men to love, and live off of, for the more they are in her power, the more they waste away. The last gift they give her is their writing and poetry. She is immortal and death does not destroy her power. She is ever seeking for the next man to inspire and claim.
Imbolc (pronounced EE-Molc) is a Celtic holiday on February 1 commemorating the midway point of winter changing to spring. The Celtic Goddess Brighid transforms from the Crone of winter to the Maiden of spring. After being shut in all winter, this is a celebration of light and of lengthening days.
In winter, the ‘Wee Folk,’ Irish fairies, retreat underground. This is the Reindeer Muse, the Queen's own poet. Every day, she alights to a sunny spot to collect the sun and her thoughts for a new verse she'll take back to the Queen and court for the evening. This one-of-a-kind miniature fairy dress is made from dried grass, birch bark and reindeer moss adorned with an applique of birch and dried Hydrangea.
This wee Irish fairy is called Sinann, based on legend of the origins of The River Shannon, a river filled by the Otherworld. It was named after a young lady called Sinann, who happened to be the grand-daughter of Lir, god of the sea. She decided to visit Connla’s Well and ate the fruits of the Tree of Knowledge, although she knew it was forbidden. As a result, the waters of the well rose up, carrying her out to sea and drowning her there. So the River Shannon was formed.
Check out our latest tiny artwork. A two-inch watercolor portrait of Megunticook Lake sits on a tiny wooden easel. This postage stamp view surrounded by mountains, most notably, Maiden Cliff, as it rises dramatically across the lake, comes from the imagination of local Mainer Justin Stephens, a self-taught artist. All of his life he has climbed these mountains, swum this lake and spent many a summer day right here at this very spot in the Fernald's Neck Preserve.
These are my Wee Folks creations, original fairy dresses made from natural materials in Maine. I've traveled twice to Ireland to collect the stories of the Wee Folk. Fairies. They are fallen angels and sometimes vengeful spirits at that: a cautionary tale for anyone who thinks the human impact on sacred areas of the Earth has no consequences.
With over 35 years in the Garage Door business serving all of mid coast Maine and beyond you can feel confident that your Garage Door will be installed right the 1st time which is why at WinsMor Garage Door Co. we offer a 2 year guarantee on our installations.
If you’re doing shopping in Rockland for the holidays, stop by The Flower Goddess on Main Street and check out my unique tiny “Wee Folk” fairy dresses hanging from a pagan tree. They would make great tree ornaments as well as one-of-a-kind pieces of art for the nature lover in your life.
This is a fairy beautifully ethereal and reclusive. She is the Queen's poet and spends her days observing the woodlands for an amusing verse to tell the court later. Here she is spotted among Love Lies Bleeding.
Come experience this four-session dance program designed specifically for people with movement difficulties that combines accessible dance moves and opportunities to explore one's natural creativity through movement. Dance steps and inspiring music are carefully chosen by instructor Katie Tranzillo so that participants feel comfortable, safe and graceful.
Jonathan Edwards, four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, delivers songs of passion, insight and humor rendered in a pure and powerful tenor. An artist who measures his success by his ability to attract and take good care of an audience for four decades, Jonathan maintains that it is the feedback he receives after his shows that keeps him going. “It is really gratifying to hear [someone say], ‘Your stuff has meant a lot to me over the years.’”
We welcome you to our premier night on October 18th celebrating Ram Trucks. The grand opening of our commercial vehicle service center will be beckoned by great food and beverages from Stone Cover Catering, live radio broadcast with music and much more! Stop on by and converse with other business professionals in the community and learn about our FREE program Business Link from the Ram Truck brand.
Thrilling their audiences with their genre-hopping passport of Celtic reels, flamenco, Gypsy-jazz, Arabic, Cuban, and South Asian rhythms, Sultans of String celebrate musical fusion and human creativity with warmth and virtuosity. Fiery violin dances with rumba-flamenco guitar, while bass and percussion lay down unstoppable grooves.
The 24th Annual Southport Rowgatta is in memory of Merry Knowlton, beloved friend and "official" Rowgatta photographer. This year's Rowgatta is on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 8:30am at the Newagen Landing.