Welcome to Littlefield Gallery
~Celebrating the essence of Maine through contemporary art~
Open daily from 11am-5pm
starting May 27, 2022
When Kelly and Jane Littlefield built their gallery in Winter Harbor fourteen years ago, they were choosing a lifestyle as well as a location: the Schoodic Peninsula section of Acadia National Park, one of the most beautiful places on the East Coast. While it may seem like "you can't get there from here," Littlefield Gallery has become a destination point for art lovers from all over the country. It has twice been selected as Down East Magazine's People's Choice Award: “Best Gallery in Maine."
Representing several of Maine’s most distinguished painters and sculptors including Joseph Haroutunian, Caren-Marie Michel, Roy Germon, Amy Pollien, Sarah Faragher, Alec Richardson, Kathleen Galligan, the work transcends all passions- from Sandra Quinn's and Daniel Anselmi’s abstractions to James Linehan's and Scott Baltz stylized landscapes.
Sculpture is an integral part of the gallery. Large stone sculpture created by Mark Herrington and Hugh Lassen are part of the landscape, along with smaller interior pieces by Celeste Roberge, John Stass, David Pollock, and Dan Miller.
The first of five 2022 exhibitions starts May 27th with a group show featuring Lesia Sochor, Mary Prince, Jeff MacDonald, and Sarah Lightfoot Brundage. The gallery is open daily from 11 am-5pm through October 15, and year-round by appointment.
Fall may be the best time to enjoy New England’s spectacular landscapes, both natural and creative. Whether escaping to the beaches of Cape Cod, exploring the shores of Downeast Maine or enjoying the rural splendor of northwest Connecticut and central Vermont, there are numerous galleries throughout the five-state region worth discovering. Here are four galleries that are must-see destinations.
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Winter Harbor, Maine
Sarah Lightfoot Brundage
Art transforms, surrounds, and educates a community, very much like museums do, and homeowners end up loving home more because of its ability to move them and enhance their quality of life. Eduardo Costantini
Daniel Anselmi and Mark Herrington
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