Exhibit – Holding up the Sky – honors the Maine’s First Peoples

At Maine Historical Society in Portland — April 17, 2019  By Ramona du Houx Maine Historical Society’s (MHS)  new exhibition, Holding up the Sky, at their Portland gallery runs from April 12 to February 1, 2020. It honors and explores the experiences of the First People of Maine — the Wabanaki, which includes the Abenaki, Maliseet,Continue reading “Exhibit – Holding up the Sky – honors the Maine’s First Peoples”

Contest: Writers will be published and exhibited at ME Rockland gallery, Fukurou.

From Maine Insights article: The Solon Center for Research and Publishing is pleased to announce a writing contest. It’s our first writing project in conjunction with an exhibit at Gallery Fukurou of 20 Main Street, Rockland, Maine. There are scores of writers in Maine who have not been afforded an opportunity to be published, yetContinue reading “Contest: Writers will be published and exhibited at ME Rockland gallery, Fukurou.”

Minter’s ‘Malaga Island of Maine’-Atrocity and empathy

The exhibition at the University of Southern Maine Art Gallery in Gorham explores the infamous removal in 1912 of the inhabitants off the coast of Phippsburg. BY DANIEL KANY of the Portland Press Herald Atrocity is others. But not always. Sometimes art takes on subjects that are bigger than the scope of an individual artist. WeContinue reading “Minter’s ‘Malaga Island of Maine’-Atrocity and empathy”

Maine author, Trudy Overlock, expresses her love of nature in book of poetry and art

Trudy Overlock’s poetry is pleasingly simply yet is full of powerful messages. Her observations in nature can make readers want to run outside and look anew at the world around us. Her oil and acrylic paintings are inspiring, direct and beautiful. It’s great book to meditate with. “It’s such an honor to have a bookContinue reading “Maine author, Trudy Overlock, expresses her love of nature in book of poetry and art”

SugarWood exhibit in Farmington of Ramona du Houx’s work open!

New mystical watercolor like photographs at Sugarwood Gallery by Ramona du Houx From Daily Bulldog Starting on Nov. 8 the SugarWood Gallery, of Farmington, will feature new fine art photography of Ramona du Houx. The open house will be held on Sunday, Nov. 25 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Ramona du Houx creates fineContinue reading “SugarWood exhibit in Farmington of Ramona du Houx’s work open!”

Professor Pasztory launches book— Exile Space: Encountering Ancient and Modern America in Memoir, Essay, and Fiction

From Maine Insights Newsmagazine: Former Deer Isle Professor Pasztory launches book— Exile Space: Encountering Ancient and Modern America in Memoir, Essay, and Fiction Because of her groundbreaking research book now being considered for Pulitzer By Ramona du Houx Professor Esther Pasztory has written a new book, Exile Space: Encountering Ancient and Modern America in Memoir, Essay, and Fiction.Continue reading “Professor Pasztory launches book— Exile Space: Encountering Ancient and Modern America in Memoir, Essay, and Fiction”

Mystical photographs at Sugarwood Gallery by Ramona du Houx

Mystical watercolor like photographs at Sugarwood Gallery by Ramona du Houx From the Daily Bulldog in Farmington: Ramona du Houx creates fine art photography that looks like watercolor paintings evoking a sense of wonder. Many have found they relieve stress, as they are relaxing, thought proving and mystical.Her new work will include images of landscapes ofContinue reading “Mystical photographs at Sugarwood Gallery by Ramona du Houx”

Ramona du Houx’s intro exhibit to Fukurou Gallery of Rockland, Maine

Originally posted on Fukurou – Gallery/Books :
Gallery Fukurou is now open! From Wed-Sat from 12-4. To introduce the variety of art photographs of Ramona du Houx we’ve decided to display a sampling that complements one another. Please come by ask questions, and enjoy the mystical magic world Ramona du Houx creates with a technique…