• Anne Heywood’s Seasonal Paintings Now at Waldoboro Public Library, her ornamental still lifes and snowy landscapes hang through Dec. 28.


  • “WordPress Websites” Class at Rockland’s Art Loft, 9:30 a.m.-noon. Karen Olson leads small business owners who need an online brand presence and an affordable website which is easily changed. For a list of what you need to bring to class, e-mail Olson at $45. Sign-up:, 200-7915.
  • Reception to Open Holiday Show at Kelpie Gallery in South Thomaston, Route 73, from 5-8 p.m. “Provenance,” featuring work by gallery artists.
  • Talk by Artist Linden Frederick at First Church in Belfast, 7 p.m. The photorealistic landscape painter gives a free talk, “Inspired by Belfast (and Other Maine Places).” He will describe “Night Stories: Fifteen Paintings and the Stories They Inspired,” a book of his works paired with short stories by notable authors. RSVP: 338-9009,


  • “Getting Started with Lightroom,” 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Rockland’s Art Loft. Karen Olson leads the quick-start workshop designed to help you edit your images directly on software that is “an affordable option for hobby photographers and aspiring artists.” $45. Sign-up:, 200-7915.
  • “Clothed Figure Drawing,” 1-4 p.m. at Rockland’s Art Loft. Tanya Harsch teaches nuts and bolts of figure drawing while working with a clothed model. Get tips on proportions, likeness, fabric and drapery. All levels welcome. Materials provided. $45. Sign-up:, 200-7915.
  • Freedom Makers Studio Celebrates Grand Opening, 4-6 p.m. The new gallery and storefront in Freedom village opens in the KP Hall. Premiere exhibit features paintings, photography, silk painting, jewelry, sculpture and more by several artists. FMI: 322-6553 or
  • Reception for “The Little Holiday Show” in Damariscotta, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Kefauver Studio & Gallery, 144 Bristol Road. Show of works by Will Kefauver and 28 guest artists runs Nov. 17-Jan. 2.
  • Reception for Elizabeth Palmer in Waldoboro, 5-8 p.m., Medomak Arts. The Nobleboro artist’s watercolors are shown. Refreshments served.


  • “Learn to Screenprint” 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Rockland’s Art Loft. Leave with an eight-inch screen print you can use again and again. Images will be provided, or bring your own, no larger than six inches in diameter. Short lines of poetry also work. No experience needed. $45; sliding-scale fees available. Sign-up:
  • Salon Sunday at CMCA: How to Get Young People into Museums, 3 p.m., Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland. Steven Matijcio, curator of Contemporary Arts Center of Cincinnati, addresses the challenge facing nonprofit art centers and museums: getting people off their entertainment devices long enough to visit.


  • Free Adult Art Class at Rockland Public Library, 11 a.m. Led by Catinka Knoth. Materials provided for drawing in color. This week: Wild turkeys, pheasants.


  • Paint Night at Rockland’s Art Loft: “Moonlight,” Fri.., Nov. 24, 6-8 p.m. Justin Kinney leads the night of painting and socializing in which you will complete a canvas of a moonlit scene. Snacks served. You may bring wine or beer. $35:, 200-7915.


  • Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland. “Andrew Wyeth: Maine Drawings,” through Dec. 31. “Andrew Wyeth: Maine Watercolors, 1938–2008,” through Dec. 31. “Marguerite Zorach: An Art-Filled Life,” through Jan. 7.
  • The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine, Michael Klahr Center at UMaine Augusta. “America Now: A Dialogue...,” through Dec. 20. Free.
  • Maine State Museum, Augusta. “Thos. Moser: Legacy in Wood,” through Jan. 13.
  • Maine State Capitol Complex, Augusta. “Maine Veteran Artists Showcase,” with most works displayed in the halls and committee rooms of Burton M. Cross Building, through Nov. 30. Details are at Free.
  • Maine State Museum, Augusta. “Over There and Down Home: Mainers and World War I,” through Nov. 11, 2018.
  • Portland Museum of Art, Portland. “Child’s Play: Representations of Adolescence,” through Dec. 17. “Nan Goldin: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency,” through Dec. 31. “Model Citizens: Art and Identity in the United States, 1770–1830,” through Jan. 28.