The group paints together on Tuesday mornings at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell and sometimes out and about town, and refer to themselves as the Tuesday Group. On view from Feb. 11 through April 5, the installation is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, can be viewed from outside the building and is lit at night.

Artist bios:

Penny Markley is a painter in oils and acrylics, and is captivated by the light and landscapes of Maine, both inland and coastal. Her work can be seen at Art Space Gallery in Rockland, on and at

Elizabeth Budd has been painting for a number of years, occasionally exhibiting at the Harlow Gallery and other local places. Her favorite subjects include rural landscapes of ponds, streams, fields, forests and farmhouses; often of family property in Litchfield, a farm and orchard that has been in her family for several generations.

Kay Morris is a realist/impressionist painter of watercolors, doing a variety of subject matter, including Maine scenes and still life. Currently she is showing her work at the Kennebec River Artisan Shop in Hallowell.

Anita Morrissey has been painting locally for over twenty years and has shown in several venues in the Kennebec Valley. Her works often reflect the natural world in her impressionistic style, and can be viewed on the Harlow Gallery website.

Judith Schuppien is an oil painter working in a contemporary impressionist style. More of her work may be seen at ArtDogs in Gardiner, where she has a studio, and at Camden Falls Gallery in Camden.

Pamela Hetherly will paint anything that grabs her attention, using rich color and contrasting values. She will be showing at Slate’s in Hallowell in April, at Art Space Gallery in Rockland this summer, and her work can be viewed on her website

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