WALDOBORO — September ArtWalk Waldoboro awaits visitors, Saturday, September 14, from 4 – 7 p .m., as Waldoboro celebrates the arts with special events at galleries, studios, and businesses throughout the town.
One such exhibit will be: Comic Art “On The Comic Side,” at Philippe Guillerm Gallery, 882 Main Street, Waldoboro.
A combination of popular, fine art, visual, and literary art, "On the Comic Side" brings out sculptor and painter Philippe Guillerm's lighter side with his "comic art" paintings. Guillerm will be on hand to explain why this genre has been enjoying widespread interest and has undergone dynamic changes over the past few years.
As another feature for the ArtWalk, he will also be autographing copies of his graphic novel, Bobby the Buoy: the Maine Adventures, while copies last.
Guillerm's deep sea paintings and Caribbean sculptures will also be on display.
The Heywood Gallery hosts “Traces of Summer,” a new ArtWalk exhibition of summer memories paintings by American Realist Anne Heywood and guest artist Allen Bunker.
The Waldoborough Historical Society Museum features a show of Lanie Cross’s photography.
Medomak Arts has a new “Still Life” exhibition.
The Tidemark Gallery and Café hosts guest artist Andre Benoit’s whimsical wood constructions. Benoit is a retired physician who portrays beauty and good humor with scraps of wood, paint, and broken bits of furniture, according to Tidemark.
Tidemark Café will be serving complimentary wine and soft beverages with Mediterranean-style "small plates."
If your “arts” lean more toward the culinary, East Forty Farm, Barstow Farms Country Store, and Spear’s Farm Stand are the places to check out for locally grown sources, according to ArtWalk, in a news release.
Add to the ArtWalk Event list, artist Pam Cabanas at the Custom House, Pinky LaRue, the Bug Tussle Annex, The Village Bookstore, The Waldo Theatre, Cider Hill Farm, Shelley’s Flowers & Gifts, and Morse’s Sauerkraut, along with Moody’s Diner, Moody’s Gifts, and The Narrows Tavern.