Denise Remy and Dennis Pinette have another bond along with their Caldbeck shows. For the last 15 years they have been directors of the Richard Norton Scholarship Fund, which has granted scholarships of up to $1,500 a year to Waldo County high school graduates who plan to major in fine arts in college.

Last spring the directors voted to transfer the scholarship to the Kingdom Falls Arts Center in Liberty that was created by another former Artfellow, Al Crichton of Liberty.

The fund, which is invested and has a value of about $25,000, will be used to help students attend the Kingdom Center.

Norton, who was Remy’s husband, was a photographer for The Republican Journal and Waldo Independent. He died in 1988 of an infection that attached itself to a transplanted valve in his heart. He was 41.

Norton was a driving force in the cultural renaissance of Belfast in the 1970s and ’80s and a friend of many in the arts community.

Remy said the transfer should occur by the end of the year.