OMI International Arts Center presents an exhibition of works by the renowned and influential American painter Lois Dodd. The exhibit, which features the artist’s representational paintings of windows and doors, is open now.
Dodd was part of the wave of New York artists to explore the coast of Maine after the second World War, and spent many summers in the Mid-Coast region surrounding Penobscot Bay. The artist was attracted to the rambling old farm houses, verant fields, and bright sunshine of a summer’s day. For Dodd, being there provided her the freedom to concentrate of the depiction of rich vegetation and crumbling structures that make Maine so attractive, as seen in her works.
March 18 – May 7, 2017
Benenson Visitors Center + Gallery at OMI
1405 County Rt. 22,
Free and Open to the Public
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