Welcome to Littlefield Gallery
Kelly and Jane Littlefield welcome you to Littlefield Gallery, located on the Schoodic Peninsula district of Acadia National Park. The 2016 season is one of celebrating not only our eighth year as gallery owners, but the 100th Anniversary of Acadia National Park! While they are all one, the Schoodic Peninsula is geographically separarted from Mount Desert Island and the rest of the park by Frenchman Bay. Two ferries will travel back and forth several times a day from Winter Harbor and Bar Harbor starting Memorial Weekend.
Sculpture is an integral part of our gallery, and it is a joy to be surrounded indoors and out by pieces created by Mark Herrington, Hugh Lassen, Dan Miller, Don Best, John Stass, Roger Prince, Ray Carbone, Russell Wray, Songul Telek, Matthew Foster and Don Justin Meserve.
The gallery features the work of several of Maine's most distinguished artists including Philip Barter, Arthur Thompson, James Linehan, Kathleen Galligan, Joseph Haroutunian, Roy Germon, Daniel Anselmi,Sandra Quinn, Chris Huntington, , Vincent Hartgen, J.Thomas R. Higgins, Lori Tremblay, Terry Hilt, Alec Richardson, Marsha Donahue, Matt Barter, James Groleau, Ben Lincoln, and Barbara J. Zucker.
Don Best: The Art of Allegory
May 27-June 26
Littlefield Gallery Artist-in-Residence Series continues with the return of artist Andreas von Huene to UMaine April 25
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