BELFAST — Liz Prescott and Marli Thibodeau are featured guest artists at Local Color Gallery, 135 High St., throughout July and August.

Prescott’s art is driven by a love of process and color. Her current work focuses on reflected images, particularly of boats and buildings forming, dissolving, reforming. She is a graduate of Maine College of Art and Vermont College of Fine Arts. Prescott’s work is included in the permanent collections at the Portland Museum of Art, Colby College, Bowdoin College, New York Public Library, and the University of New England.

Thibodeau is a contemporary artist influenced by the natural world and the lineage of abstract expressionism artists, such as Helen Frankenthaler and Franz Klien. Her direction is toward non-objective paintings as she immerses herself in the beauty of the world around her and explores self-discovery through movement and visual art. Thibodeau maintains a year-round studio in Rockland. Her work has been exhibited in the Northeast and is held in private collections in the U.S. and Europe.

Local Color Gallery is open seven days a week, for details, visit localcolorgallerymaine.org.

“What If,” an acrylic on canvas by Marli Thibodeau.