Artist Jerri Finch featured at Hutchinson Center until December 3

Courtesy of: Jerri Finch

Belfast, Maine– Works of Belfast artist Jerri Finch will be featured in the University of Maine Hutchinson Center’s H. Allen and Sally Fernald Art Gallery Oct. 12 –Dec. 3. The art exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday 8:am-8:00pm.

Growing up as one of eight children in a working class family, Finch pursued three years of art studies at three colleges. Between each year of college, she worked for a year to fund her educational expenses. Finch held a variety of jobs, including telephone operator, lineman for NJ Bell, driver for L’eggs pantyhose and rip saw operator at an Oregon saw mill before returning to her calling as a professional artist.

In 1981, Finch settled in Belfast and started Finch Gallery. The Hutchinson Center exhibit is the culmination of many years of focus, discipline and observation.

For more information or to request a reasonable accommodation, contact Nancy Bergerson, 207.338.8049. Additional information about the Hutchinson Center is online.


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