LEWISTON — The Central Maine Medical Center Woman’s Hospital Association (WHA) will feature the work of two Maine artists at its Rotating Art Gallery in the main lobby at CMMC in October.

Artwork by Melanie Therrien and Paul Boucher will be displayed at CMMC and may be purchased through the WHA gift shop, located adjacent to the main lobby. A percentage of sale proceeds benefit CMMC.

Through wickedillustrations.com, her studio, Therrien began illustrating “The Cape Cod Witch Series,” a successful series of children’s books, in 2007. She is working on book three as well as a coloring book and cookbook for the series.

She currently assists in exhibits and benefits for Captive Elements Art House, where she is also a resident artist and art instructor.

Boucher is a native of Maine and has resided in the Lewiston area all his life. He has been painting for almost 30 years, and has studied under various artists, although he is essentially self-taught. His style combines a sense of realism with his own imagination.

His paintings can be seen in art exhibits across New England. His favorite subjects include black bears, loons, chickadees, cardinals, and other Maine birds.

The art will be on display until October 30.


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