'A Walk in the Woods' an Exhibit of American Landscape Paintings
15 Epps Street
Oil, acrlic,pastel, watercolor, cold wax, mixed mediums
Patricia Chandler; Carrin Culotta; Kevin Daley; Jane Herbert; Scarlet Kinney
Richard Boyd Art Gallery
Richard Boyd Art Gallery opens a group exhibition of American landscape paintings on Friday, March 1 at 10:00 a.m. The exhibit is comprised of a selection of over twenty five paintings in a range of mediums and …

Brian Buckland: Wood-fired works from Mřns Klint
521 Congress Street
Maine Craft Portland
Maine Craft Portland is pleased to present this debut of ceramics works by Brian Buckland. Brian will be talking about his recent residency at the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark. He has been researching raw materials …

Current Exhibitions at Maine Jewish Museum
267 Congress Street
Berri Kramer
Maine Jewish Museum
Habitats, Inhabitants by Jane Banquer in the Fineberg Family Community Room - solarplate and linocut prints; a mix of old and new techniques, the familiar with the experimental, false starts, surprises and few precious moments in a predictable …

Global Exposures Photography
28 Monument Way
Molly Dugas
Public Market House
For the month of March the first floor of The Public Market House showcases the work of one of our regular patrons, and Maine Native, Molly Dugas. "Ever since shooting an image of a crisp red leaf on a …

534 Congress Street
SPACE Gallery
This sound-based group exhibition features audio by artists, poets, writers, and musicians from across the country. Tracks can be heard through customized payphones designed by Smooth Technology and will be released as a limited edition vinyl record later …

Interstices: Between Perception and Definition
21 Chestnut St Unit 401
Digital photograph
Deborah Keyes
Chestnut Street Lofts Lobby Gallery
Photographs by Deborah Keyes. Words by Sarah Whitney.

M P Landis "Gardens & Peoples" Exhibit
10 Mayo Street
Mixed media
M P Landis
Mayo Street Arts
Exhibit Opening Reception Thursday, March 7 at 6pm Exhibit runs until Sunday, March 31 M P Landis: gardens & peoples Inspired by the creations of his children, Landis revisits his early abstracted figurative work that he first became known for in …

Mammoth Brass Band & Rock Chorus Pop-Up
504 Congress Street
Port City Music Hall
The Maine Academy of Modern Music is proud to announce its MAMMOTH Brass Band & Rock Chorus Pop-Up performance at Port City Music Hall on Friday, March 1st. The event, which is FREE and open to the …

82 Parris Street
Sculpture and digital collage
Elijah Ober
New System Exhibitions
Portland artist Elijah Ober solo show featuring both sculptural and two-dimensional works.

One City Center Plaza
Welded cor-ten steel
John Raimondi
Portland Public Art Committe
The sculpture Michael, by John Raimondi, was installed at Canal Square, now known as One City Center Plaza, in May 1974. Through the collective efforts of the Maine Arts Commission, Portland Museum of Art, Portland School of Art …

New Work Mixed Media
67 India Street
Mixed media
Dennis Fournier
Coffee By Design, India St.
Dennis Fournier has been painting Portland since he graduated in 1986. Many of you may have seen him painting from sidewalks and parks and cafes, capturing the lively Portland scene. “Our beautiful city is a continual inspiration to …

New Work Mixed Media.
620 Congress Street
Mixed media
Dennis Fournier
Coffee By Design, Congress St.
Dennis Fournier has been painting Portland since he graduated in 1986. Many of you may have seen him painting from sidewalks and parks and cafes, capturing the lively Portland scene. “Our beautiful city is a continual inspiration to …

5 Monument Square
Group exhibit curated by Lin Lisberger
Lewis Gallery @ Portland Public Library
ON BOOKS approaches a reverence for books with the understanding that there is an essential “thingness” to books along with the narrative that might be included within their pages. While these sculptures may have pages, they express …

Our Life is One of Lights and Shadows
516 Congress Street
UMVA Gallery at Portland Media Center
The Union of Maine Visual Artists is pleased to host the upcoming exhibition “Our Life is One of Lights and Shadows” at its Portland Chapter Gallery in the Portland Media Center, 516 Congress Street, Portland Maine, March 1 – 29, …

PortFringe presents scenes from The Odyssey
5 Monument Square
Atrium @ PPL
Fourteen theater companies have been randomly assigned individual scenes from "The Odyssey" to be performed all around Portland during First Friday Art Walk. The artists are free to present their assigned scenes however they want -- puppets! dance! …

Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago
7 Congress Square
Portland Museum of Art
Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago calls attention to a region of the Americas that is difficult to categorize and often overlooked: the island nations of the Caribbean. The exhibition proposes an “archipelagic model”—defining the Caribbean …

Richard Avedon: Portraits, 1952-1970
7 Congress Square
Richard Avedon
Portland Museum of Art
This exhibition showcases 12 photographic portraits and three triptychs of celebrated individuals by the iconic American photographer Richard Avedon (1923-2004). Primarily a fashion photographer whose images played an influential role in defining AmericaÂ’s image of style, beauty, and …

Strange happenings in Polynesia
336 Fore Street
Jeff Crisafulli
Come see a mix of interests from artist Jeff Crisafulli's time spent in Hawaii.

The Anatomy Lesson
538 Congress Street
Eli Sobel
SPACE Window
SPACE is pleased to present The Anatomy Lesson, an installation in the window gallery by Eli Sobel. Muscles, veins, and organs help to regulate the internal functions of bodies. So, too, do the rooms and furniture inside of buildings. …

Tools for Living.
110 Exchange Street, 2nd Floor
Doublet (Mali Mrozinski + Jordan Gehman)
Caleb Johnson Studio
Tools for Living is an exhibit exploring the language of furniture and garments. This body of work questions the purpose of these functional forms and how they relate to our day to day lives. There is something special …