Touring Peninsula Art opens St. George studios to public

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ST. GEORGE — If you love art, don’t miss the St. George Business Alliance (SGBA)’s “Touring Peninsula Art” event on Saturday, September 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to SGBA, in a news release.

From the St. George town line to the tip of the peninsula in Port Clyde, SGBA member studios, galleries, and shops will be open and displaying a wide variety of work by local artists.

Colorful “ART TOUR” lawn signs and event maps will identify participating locations on both the east and west sides of the peninsula. Maps will be available at any location displaying an event sign.

Participating SGBA members include: Angela Anderson, Barbara Aras Fine Art, Blue Door Art Studio, *Blue Tulip Garden Boutique, *Ed and Kay Botkin Studio, Artist Lauren Gill, Hedgerow, Marvon W. Hupper, Jackson Memorial Library, Kathleen Fox Studio, *Linda Bean’s Maine Wyeth Gallery, The Little Dipper, Mars Hall Gallery, *Chris Moses Studio, Pick It Fish, Port Clyde Art Gallery, Ridge Forge, Spruce Tree Studio, *Sunshine Farm Books & Cards, Studio Hannah, and Sylvia Murdock Gallery.

The SGBA thanks members and member businesses marked with an *, plus True Hall Real Estate and Betsy Welch Designs for their sponsorship.

The St. George Business Alliance is a local nonprofit trade association of businesses, individuals and nonprofit organizations whose mission it to promote business and cultural prosperity in St. George.

For more information about the “Touring Peninsula Art” event, contact or see SGBA’s website:

Event Date: 

Sat, 09/14/2019 - 10:00am to 4:00pm