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Monson Arts

May 16, 2023

Wicked visual art summer opportunity

Monson Arts is offering Maine art educators a 25% discount on its 2023 summer workshops.  Monson Arts, established by the Libra Foundation in 2018, offers residencies for artists and writers, community based programs, and summer workshops.  This year’s workshops include offerings in audio, mixed-media, painting, weaving, and writing.  There is also 24 hour studio access. For more information:

Besides ample studio spaces and newly renovated accommodations, participants eat all their meals at The Quarry Restaurant.  It’s the only restaurant in Maine to be a finalist for a James Beard Foundation award this year.

Monson is the last town before the 100 Mile Wilderness of the Appalachian Trail.  A beautiful natural setting, great workshop leaders, studios, and food!  Questions?  Email or call 207 997 2070.


Van Gogh Out of the Woodwork

October 20, 2013

Out of site for years

Screen shot 2013-10-13 at 5.34.08 PMImagine wondering about paintings, if they are real or fake. For years a Van Gogh titled “Sunset at Montmajour” was considered a fake. Now, that it has been determined to be an original and created during Van Gogh’s prolific period it is worth a figure that isn’t really stated. You can read the article about the finding from The New York Times, Art & Design section. from September 9, written by Nina Siegal by clicking here

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