“Arts & Recreation,” an exhibition of new art work by Jessica Ives, Margaret Rizzio and Grant Haynes, will be on display for a two-week exhibit at The Good Supply, 2106 Bristol Road. The public is invited to join the artists at a reception Saturday, July 25, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

The title of the show is a play on words meant to reflect the subject matter of Ives’ colorful oil paintings and the recycling process shared by Rizzio and Haynes to create their respective mixed media collages and acrylic on reclaimed material paintings.

Born and raised in Blue Hill and now living in Camden, Rizzio received her master of fine art degree from SUNY Purchase and returned home to pursue a life of art. Her current work uses a wide range of media — vintage ephemera, found objects, repurposed frames — that embrace the passage of time and the beauty of physical objects in a screen-obsessed era. “Arts & Recreation” will include various-size assemblage pieces and a series of postcard collages. Rizzio exhibits at Turtle Gallery in Blue Hill and at the Maine Farmland Trust Gallery in Belfast.

Haynes studied fine art at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., in part because of the university’s access to the Adirondacks. Currently based in Belfast, his love of nature continues to fuel his endeavors both personal and professional. Acrylics on reclaimed wood and metal, his work is concerned with re-creating structure on material that is fractured and cobbled together. He gives care to honor signs of reclaimed materials’ origins —identifying wear not as blemishes, but as stories worth expressing.

Ives, formerly of Camden, is a Damariscotta resident who creates oil paintings inspired by outdoor adventures local and statewide. “Arts & Recreation” features a selection of her 4-by- 4 inch “207 Paintings," as well as a selection of larger paintings. Ives exhibits regularly with Gleason Fine Art in Boothbay Harbor and offers color theory classes through the Farnsworth Art Museum. In conjunction with this exhibit, she will host two classes at The Good Supply in August.

Ives and Rizzio have collaborated on pop-up events and exhibitions before; this is their first time inviting Haynes into the fold. The Good Supply, housed in a recently restored 150-year old barn, is known for its utilitarian work from Maine artisans. This pop-up event marks the store's second 2-D art celebration.

“Arts & Recreation: Jessica Ives, Margaret Rizzio, and Grant Haynes” Thursday, July 23, through Sunday, Aug. 9. Storefront hours are Wednesdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, contact store owner and head curator Catherine Walton at 607-3121 or c.walton@thegoodsupply.org; or visit thegoodsupply.org.

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