Manitou-A Mythological Journey in Time by Ramona du Houx

Manitou is all around us, within us. It’s the Land of living imagination, where five adventurous teens sail upriver and into a cosmically balanced atmosphere with the powers of nature. On the journey,  Gandalf, Polar Bear and other mythological beings make themselves known, as they entertain and show nature’s wonders. All the while, the teensContinue reading “Manitou-A Mythological Journey in Time by Ramona du Houx”

A Maine boat yard comes to life in A Winter’s Apprentice- John H Willey

By Ramona du Houx John Willey shares insights into life in a Maine boatyard, where he worked and kept a journal from 1978 to ’79 in his book, A Winter’s Apprentice. John’s perspectives are unique coming from being a scholar and private investigator. He knew he was working amoung a group of outstanding craftsmen and involved in aContinue reading “A Maine boat yard comes to life in A Winter’s Apprentice- John H Willey”

Photographer Ramona du Houx exhibits at SugarWood Gallery

 June 21, 2016 • From the SUN JOURNAL of Lewiston, Maine And the Daily Bulldog in Farmington FARMINGTON – SugarWood Gallery “Artist of the Month” Ramona du Houx of Solon, will be feted at an Open House Reception on Friday, July 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. during Farmington’s First Friday Art Walk. The publicContinue reading “Photographer Ramona du Houx exhibits at SugarWood Gallery”

Sugarwood Gallery du Houx exhibit includes mystical watercolor like images

Article in Maine Insights For the month of July the SugarWood Gallery, at 248 Broadway in Farmington, will feature the fine art photography of Ramona du Houx. The open house will be held on July 1st from 5pm-8pm, during Farmington’s First Friday Art Walk. Ramona du Houx creates fine art photography that looks like watercolorContinue reading “Sugarwood Gallery du Houx exhibit includes mystical watercolor like images”

Maine’s mystical ships by Ramona du Houx – May 2016 exhibit

  Seascapes “Our bodies consist of the same proportion of water as the earth. We are creatures of the sea. The draw of the ocean has been written about time and again. There is something more vast and more mysterious about the sea than anything else on earth. It’s something similar to the vastness andContinue reading “Maine’s mystical ships by Ramona du Houx – May 2016 exhibit”

Boat to document Mississippi being built in Maine

SEE KICKSTARTER HERE One possible iteration of the boat as it travels south The boat will be built at the Apprenticeshop in Rockland, Maine this spring.  By Morgan Rogers and Emily du Houx We’re building a boat and traveling the length of the Mississippi to create a floating, multimedia portrait of the river. About thisContinue reading “Boat to document Mississippi being built in Maine”