CURRENT EVENTS by CYNTHIA DAVIS with BODY ELECTRIC by Sally Wagley Engine’s upcoming opening on June 30 Current Events features work by Harpswell artist Cynthia Davis. Included in the exhibition will be Body Electric, Winthrop artist Sally Wagley’s embroidery on fabric. Both artists use embroidery in non-traditional ways, with Davis
Transforming, an installation by artist Gayle Fitzpatrick, will be on display beginning May 26 through June 24 in the storefront window of Engine, at 128 Main Street. Transforming is part of the exhibition Exploring the Seams, which features four Maine College of Art Textile and Fashion Design students’ thesis work.
Exploring the Seams, features work by four Maine College of Art Fashion and Textile Program thesis students, Meg Hudson, Nicole Waller, Ariana Faria, and Justin Desper. The only program of its kind in America, Textile and Fashion Design at MECA teaches the design and fabrication of textiles, study of the field of
“Exploring Landscapes,” features work by Maine artists Judith Schneider and Sarah Baldwin and runs from April 3 through April 15 at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford. A reception will be held Friday, April 7, from 5-7pm. Judith Schneider is a painter, a printmaker and a designer who investigates
Engine is pleased to be able to showcase the American Institute of Architects – Maine’s 2016 AIA Maine Biennial Design Awards. The exhibition is traveling throughout the state and makes a stop in Biddeford at Engine from January 27 through February 18. A reception will be held on Friday, January
FINDINGS : Personal Archeologies Juliet Karelsen & Greta Rybus “It’s possible…to write about commonplace things and objects using commonplace but precise language, and to endow those things—a chair, a window curtain, a fork, a stone, a woman’s earrings—with immense, even startling power.” —Raymond Carver When painter Juliet Karelsen’s father died
The Pain Awareness and Education Collaborative (PEAC), from the Office of Research and Scholarship, has put together an art exhibit in conjunction with Engine in downtown Biddeford. To recognize September as Pain Awareness Month and National Recovery Month, PEAC has curated pieces from the community that speak to pain and recovery.
Human/Nature, curated by Julie K. Gray, opens on July 29 and will show through August 20 at Engine. Artists included are Ed Bennett, Toni Jo Coppa, Stacy Howe, Robin Koss, Mike Libby, and Eric Vaughn. Human/Nature explores the ways in which contemporary artists explore, interpret and are inspired by the “natural” world.
“That’s What She Said,” an exhibition featuring photographs, videos, and installations by artist Nancy Grace Horton and curated by Jessica Buckley, opens May 27, 2016, from 5-8pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford. “That’s What She Said” will show through July 23, 2016. The exhibition encompasses work made
Biddeford, ME – “Abstract Narratives” “Abstract Narratives,” a group exhibition of new works by six Maine artists, Meghan Brady, Jessica Davis Buckley, Amanda K. Hawkins, Jonathan Mess, Jean Noon, and Andrea Sulzer, opens March 25, 2016, from 5-7pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford. “Abstract Narratives” will show