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Barbara Lefort
Capturing the beauty of creation through photography.

Cynthia Howland
The mission of the DSQ is to connect audiences to composers and their influences by bringing to life the human context of each score's creation. They achieve this mission through performance, research, discussion, insight, varied style ,themed programs, education, and youth access.

Mary Becker Weiss
Brunswick Maine artist/activist Mary Becker Weiss has worked for many years as an advocate for victims of domestic violence, to facilitate support groups in Hospice's Grieving Children's Program, and most recently as a TimeSlips facilitator who works with creative storytellers who have dementia and varying levels of cognitive ability. Through the years Mary's art work in mixed media and assemblage has been a powerful tool for self expression, emancipation and empowerment.

Lee Reiff
Colorful, evocative landscapes in oils invite you in and ask you to stay.

Susan Weems
Inspiring and promoting quality public art that captures the spirit, values, and visions of our diverse community

Karl Saila
I paint for realism using strong color tones to convey my world in fine art as I see It. Note cards, matted prints and my Acrylic and watercolor originals are available in home studio.

Connie Lundquist
Collage and mixed media Former lawyer Lundquist creates work that is one part representational and nine parts abstract. She concentrates on mixed media collage, with its intriguing layers and many levels of complexity and abstract design. What evolves has an architectural quality: some recognizable images, no specific reality; each piece a new perception.

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