“John’s Bird” by Elaine McMichael Submitted photo

 

“Home Work,” a show of art work conceived during Maine’s months of the “shelter in place” order, opens June 11 at Gallery 302 in Bridgton. As the gallery reopens after being shuttered for a couple of months, it is a natural choice for an exhibit by members of the Bridgton Art Guild, who have continued to create art during this crazy time. Whether as a response to the mandate or an escape from the mandate to stay home, artists have made some interesting observations about the situation. A variety of styles and mediums will be on display, along with work by the gallery’s more than 40 exhibiting artists. Gallery 302 is located at 112 Main Street in Bridgton. For more information, call 647-2787 or visit gallery302.com.


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