EAST WILTON — Jennifer Wadsworth, volunteer coordinator and curator for Western Maine Community (WMCA) art exhibits, announces an exhibit, “Comfort, Woe and Wonder.”

“A Year in Windows,” painted by Mary Beth Morrison of New Sharon, is part of the exhibit. “The piece was a part of a project using 60-year-old windows from a mill in Richmond and turning them into art,” said Wadsworth. “Seventy-five artists participated in the ‘Taking Panes’ exhibit in Richmond in 2008,” she said.

Morrison made her 44 x 48, 12-pane window into a collage of her paintings and the found materials. The work reads like a calendar and represents a year of highlights of her artistic life.

Morrison is joined by 16 artists exhibiting pieces depicting calm, contentment, anguish, despair, amazement and awe in the show titled “Comfort, Woe and Wonder.”

The public is invited to view the show, which is on exhibit at the WMCA administrative building, located at 20A Church St. The building is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

WMCA is a community action agency providing services to low and moderate income people in Androscoggin, Franklin and Oxford counties.


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