Three Seasons at Timber Point Exhibition works available for purchase

Purchase the work of the artists who created works in the fall, winter, and spring during plein-air sessions at Timber Point in 2013/2014.

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on Square Market

SEE THE REST OF THE WORK HERE on Engine’s Square Market.

Homage to Charles Ewing by Berri Kramer giclées for sale

Kennebunk artist Berri Kramer has created a painting of the main house Homage to Charles Ewing that is available as a limited edition series of thirteen giclée prints in two sizes, 16″ x 24″ and 20″ x 30″ stretched over a 1-1/2″ frame, numbered and signed by the artist. Click on the image below to purchase.

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Notecards for sale

A notecard of Berri Kramer’s Homage to Charles Ewing makes an affordable gift and supports the Timber Point Center. Click on the image below to purchase.
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About the Timber Point Exhibition

Engine is pleased to host a show for the Timber Point Center exhibition opening on April 25 from 5-7pm. The exhibit, “Then and Now: The Artwork of Charles Ewing (1872-1954) and Three Seasons at Timber Point” will feature the work of Timber Point’s patriarch, master architect, and artist Charles Ewing, in addition to paintings created during plein-art sessions during the fall, winter, and spring at Timber Point. Artworks by Lincoln Perry, DeWitt Hardy, Paul Bonneau, Janet Manyan, and more will be on view and for sale during the month-long event.

Timber Point Center Speaker Series
Places that Matter: Conservation, Culture, and Community

APRIL 25 @ 7:15PM: Julian Smith: The Nature and Culture Divide: Challenges and Opportunities. Julian Smith is the Executive Director of the Willowbank School of Restoration Arts and Centre for Cultural Landscape, Ontario, Canada.

MAY 8 @ 7:00PM: Earle Shettleworth, Jr.: Victorian Architecture and Architects in Biddeford, Maine. Shettleworth is the Director of the Maine Historic Preservation Commission.

MAY 20 @ 7:00PM: Jane Brox: Place Through Time. Brox is the author of Brilliant, The Evolution of Artifical Light; Five Thousand Days Like this One: An American Family History, et al

MAY 31 @ 10:00AM: Architectural Walking Tour of Biddeford led by Julie Larry, Principal at ttl architect, Portland, Maine; Local Planning Board and Historical Society. Meet at Engine to start the tour. In the event of inclement weather, Ms. Larry will present a slide presentation in the Community Room at McArthur Public Library.

Thanks to Timber Point Center sponsors: Biddeford Savings, Saco Biddeford Savings Institution, Woodman Edmands Danylik Austin Smith & Jacques, Deering Lumber, Furman Gregory Deptula, Maine Association of Planners, ttl Architects, North American Planning Association, McKenney Photography, Purple Barn Design, UNE, and Caleb Johnson Architects.