WALDOBORO — Waldoboro Art Walk comes to life again on October 12, from 4 to 7 p.m.
The Philippe Guillerm Gallery wraps up its ArtWalk Waldoboro season with a major multi-layered showing and fundraising.
New pieces of Guillerm’s Bahamian Driftwood sculptures, a presentation of “The Many Visions of an Artist,” paintings depicting comical birds, seashell worlds, and contemporary and geometric views of nature, plus a Maine-made graphic novel are all part of an extensive sale and fundraising effort the gallery is spearheading for the Hurricane Dorian victims in the Bahamas Islands.
50% of all sales will be donated to the HeadKnowls Foundation.
The Philippe Guillerm Gallery will not be open again until Spring 2020.
For Medomak Arts Project, located at 13 Friendship Street, the October ArtWalk theme is Harvest Season.
“These colorful depictions by local artists will capture your imagination and delight your sense of seasonal splendor,” said the Arts Project, in a news release.
Medomak Arts is a nonprofit art and gallery center. Its mission is to foster community and creativity for the Medomak region. Medomak Arts highlights the region’s cultural, creative, and historical assets to build both greater awareness and a creative sense of place.
Call 832-4774 or send an email to Medomakartsproject@gmail.com for more information.