“My intention as an artist is to offer a sense of peace and tranquility through the colors and light of my paintings,” said Clark, who has taught art in the Auburn School Department. “Living in Maine, I am surrounded by the natural beauty of layered mountains, expansive fields, flowing rivers, sparkling ponds and the magnificent, ever-moving ocean. The inspiration for my work is therefore boundless and extraordinary. My landscapes and seascapes express my deep love for nature and her ever-changing atmospheres.”

Angelides began her photographic work while she managed her own gift shop in Jay for more than a decade. “It’s amazing the beauty that is out there. Watching turtles sunning in spring,” she said. “I also enjoy feeding birds and watching them feed their young. Some of my best pictures are of birds and wildlife.”

The exhibits can be seen in the 60 High Street lobby through April 4.

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