Lori Tremblay
"Signs in Time," 2015, oil on panel, 20 x 40 inches

1. freedom from representational qualities in art 
2. an invitational group show of 25 Maine artists
February 2 - 25, 2017
Artists reception, Saturday, February 4, 1 - 3pm 

Greenhut Galleries
146 Middle Street
Portland, Maine 04101

Read the review by Bob Keyes in MaineToday.com



Time Keepers, oil on panel, 12 x 12 inches was inspired by Portland City Hall's clock tower.   It will be on exhibit from April 7 -  30th at the invitational biennial Portland Show  at Greenhut Galleries in Portland, Maine.

"Prominently located and historically documented, Portland City Hall’s clock tower can be seen from nearly every high point on the peninsula as well as the downtown area.  Clocks not only tell time, they are also symbols of our awareness of and connectedness to the time/space continuum.  Various time telling devices have been created over the course of human history.  Each derives from the greater clock in which we tick, namely the cycles of the moon and the constellations as they systematically make their way along the path of our sun; cycles within cycles, seasons and tides of time shared by all and signified by a circle of wrought iron within a stone face."

The show is up from April 7th to the 30th. Artist reception will be held
Saturday, April 9 from 1 – 3pm.  Gallery hours are M - F 10:00 - 5:30 and
Sat.10:00 - 5:00.

Greenhut Galleries
146 Middle Street
Portland, Maine 04101
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