LEWISTON — The works of a painter and a photographer will be featured at the Central Maine Medical Center Woman’s Hospital Association Rotating Art Gallery during May.
Paintings by Pat Provencher and photography by Scott Marquis are on display at CMMC.
Lewiston resident Pat Provencher is an artist and teacher whose series of acrylic paintings, called “Gatherings,” shows that cherished items can reflect interests and experiences. Through still-life paintings, portraits and landscapes, she encourages viewers to imagine and relate.
Provencher has taught for many years in Maine schools, art workshops, adult education programs and at summer camps. She holds a bachelors degree in art education from the University of Southern Maine in Portland. She supplemented her teaching courses with studio classes in Florida, California, Massachusetts and Maine.
Marquis is a self-taught photographer and sketch artist who specializes in historical themes, Maine scenes, on-site photography and studio portraiture.
His work has been published and is also available for purchase as large autographed prints. He is presently working on a collection of photographs, sketches and short stories for publication.
His work can be viewed at www.photographybymarquis.com.
The painting and photographs will be on display through May 22.