Welcome to Littlefield Gallery
When Kelly and Jane Littlefield built their gallery in Winter Harbor eight years ago, they were choosing a life-style 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.
Representing several of Maine's most distinguished sculptors and painters including Joseph Haroutunian, Roy Germon,and Lori Tremblay, the work transcends all passions- from Daniel Anselmi's paper collage abstractions to James Linehan's stylized landscapes. Sculpture is an integral part of the gallery, surrounded outdoors and in by pieces created by sculptors including Mark Herrington and Hugh Lassen.
Amy Bernhardt "Shiro & Damson" and "Zoetrope" oil pastels 16x16 framed
"Resonance 3" "Bright Size Life"
...It is in this sense of community that defines many of the coast's hidden gallery gems, no matter how small or out of the way, including Turtle Gallery, Littlefield, Mathias and others ~ Daniel Kany, art historian Maine Sunday Telegram, August 14, 2016
Vincent Hartgen (1914-2002)
Founder of the UMaine Art Department & Museum
Vincent Hartgen was a force to reckon with.
As an artist, he produced dazzling watercolors and precise drawings.
As a teacher, he introduced generations of Mainers to art, modern and otherwise. And as an impresario, he assembled an extraordinary permanent art collection at the University of Maine.
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