GREENVILLE — “Doors To Adventure,” two photo collages by Wilton artist Barbara Hathaway, are on exhibit through September at Shaw’s Public Library, Lilly Bay Road.

The collage scenes show pictures of doors as seen through the eyes of a vacationer and invite the visitor to an adventure of the area.

The adventure is enhanced by learning history of the area. Several colorful doors lead visitors through Greenville, including Shaw’s Public Library where a book about Henry Thoreau, who is part of Greenville history, is available.

Three photos of Jack’s Air Service, the office door, Jack’s plane and the large hangar door, show the blue and white plane often seen flying around Moosehead Lake.

Another row of photos takes visitors to Rockwood and back to Greenville, with close-up photo of the red log store, the Katahdin and Moosehead Museum.

The last row of photos invites visitors to walk the sunken gardens and tour the historical home on Pritham Avenue. The final picture takes them back to Rockwood where antlers over two doors greet patrons at Maynard’s.

Hathaway holds a certificate of advertising design from UMA, instructs art at adult education programs and is a certified Michael Wilcox School of Painting art instructor. She is also the Maine Federation of Women’s Clubs art department chairwoman, a member of the Portland Museum of Art, board member of Upcountry Artists and organizes pleine air women’s painting workshops and retreats. The artist has vacationed in the Moosehead area for several years.

For more information, contact Hathaway at 645-3449 or [email protected] 

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