‘Solstice’ works on paper in Lincolnville

Jun 14, 2014
Photo by: Kathy Zvanovec Artist/lithographer Tim Higbee is pictured in his Hope Editions studio.

Lincolnville Center — The public is invited to attend the opening of a display of work on paper in the Lincolnville Community Building, 18 Searsmont Road/Route 173. A reception for “Tim Higbee/Hope Editions — A Solstice Exhibition” to be held Sunday, June 22, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Pianist Clayton Clemetson will provide music and refreshments will be served.

Tim Higbee's exhibition will feature lithographs, etchings, watercolors and drawings inspired by time spent in California, New Mexico, Northern Ontario and Maine, a decades-long journey east that began in Berkeley, Calif., and continues at Hope Corners.

Hope Editions specializes in contemporary and traditional approaches to lithography through the art of collaboration between artist and master printer. In addition to Higbee's work, a number of collaborative projects produced in the Hope Editions studio and the Tamarind Institute also will be shown. Artists include Alan Bray, Willie Cole, Dirk De Bruycker, David Kapp, George Lloyd and Kathy Zvanovec.

On Saturday, June 28, at 4 p.m., Higbee will talk about the collaborative process, the hand-pulled print and hair-raising adventures in printmaking. “A Solstice Exhibition” will remain on display through July 8 and can be viewed on Sunday mornings, by chance or by appointment; call 763-2738 or email hopeeditions@gmail.com to make arrangements. This event is sponsored by the United Christian Church.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or dernest@courierpublicationsllc.com.

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