“Propane Run,” oil on canvas by Alison Hill, and check other button for another photo.
“Propane Run,” oil on canvas by Alison Hill, and check other button for another photo.
Bartlett Woods Retirement Community’s fifth annual “Art at Bartlett Woods” exhibition features work by two Maine artists, Alison Hill and Björn Runquist. Hill is a year-round resident of Monhegan Island whose paintings chronicle island life with skill, humor and an introspective eye. Runquist is a long-time resident of Clark Island whose paintings provide a light-filled tour of South Thomaston to Port Clyde and beyond. An opening reception will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. this Saturday, February 25, at 20 Bartlett Drive in Rockland. The public is invited to meet the artists. Light refreshment will be served. The exhibition will be open for public viewing daily during regular business hours through May.