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Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Marcia Annenberg
Fineberg Family Community Room

Dream Sequence

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Smith Galtney
Jody Sataloff History and Art Pavillion

The Good Life

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Missy Asen
Spiegel Gallery

Artist Talk with Smith Galtney

Online

Join us in welcoming photographer, Smith Galtney. His photography has been shown at the University of Southern Maine, SPEEDWELL projects, Cove Street Arts, the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, and Engine. In this talk he will be discussing his process, inspirations and relationship to photography. Register for this event

Meet Artist Missy Asen!

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Chat with Missy Asen about her vibrant and joyful botanical paintings! Missy Asen is a native Mainer who grew up in Cape Elizabeth. Since she picked up her first crayon, she has found joy in her craft. Missy graduated with a BFA from Ohio Wesleyan University. She maintains studios in Falmouth, Maine, and Sarasota, Florida.…

Meet Photographer Smith Galtney!

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Smith Galtney Jody Sataloff History and Art Pavillion Dream Sequence considers the way pictures speak to each other and tell infinite stories through association and suggestion. Galtney’s images are rooted in narratively direct traditions such as autobiography and documentary, but through variation and juxtaposition – random and otherwise – the pictures become cryptic, dreamlike fragments. Whatever…

Meet Photographer Smith Galtney!

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Smith Galtney Jody Sataloff History and Art Pavillion Dream Sequence considers the way pictures speak to each other and tell infinite stories through association and suggestion. Galtney’s images are rooted in narratively direct traditions such as autobiography and documentary, but through variation and juxtaposition – random and otherwise – the pictures become cryptic, dreamlike fragments. Whatever…

Quiet Moments

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Lawrence Elbroch
“I have a passion for capturing those quiet, meaningful moments increasingly unusual in our noisy world. As such, I am drawn to spirituality, nature, and people who live simple lives close to the earth."

New York Maine New York

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Robert Solotaire
“Our father spent his life dedicated to the art and the practice of painting. It’s hard to think of dad without a paint brush in his hand, or standing in front of his easel, or without his camera walking down the street looking for new subject matter."

A flower expected everywhere […]

Maine Jewish Museum 267 Congress Street, Portland, ME

Juliet Karelsen & Jocelyn Lee
Through the symbolism of flowers, Karelsen and Lee explore issues of fragility, strength, transformation, beauty, vulnerability, life and death.